1970 Mustang Boss 302
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Livermore, California, United States
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1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
1970 Rotisserie Restored Grabber Orange with Black Interior Boss 302
I am selling my rotisserie restored 1970 grabber orange Boss 302. Included in this sale is a set of the steel wheels with the trim rings and center caps mounted on reproduction Polyglas tires, restored factory rear window louvers, new/old stock rev limiter, new/old stock flat hood for non-shaker and non-shaker air cleaner assembly. Parts are sold with car and will not be sold separately.
It's not cheap, but in my opinion, it's one of the nicest fully restored Boss 302's that I've seen.Since being restored, I've only driven it to "local car events". While it shows like a trailer queen, I used to drive it around town. While most restorations consist of primarily low-cost reproduction parts, mine was restored using mostly Ford new/old (nos) stock factory service replacement parts (big $$) or restored original parts.
This car was originally sold by Downtown Ford in Sacramento California and I was told by the previous owner that it remained in the Sacramento area until I purchased it in 2006 and brought it to Livermore. It still has the numbers matching motor, I believe the original transmission and the blue/yellow California license plates. The body lines, gaps and paint are absolutely stunning! This car took "best paint" in Sacramento AutoRama, and I got points deducted at the Concord Mustang Nationals for the paint being too perfect, but still took Silver. When I have registered this car for competition, I've won awards at 12 out of 14.
Why am I selling it? In the last 5+ years, I've put less than 250 miles on it (Less than 50 miles a year). I absolutely love the car and the attention it gets, but it needs to be either driven more, or placed on display. If you're a serious buyer, muscle car enthusists and looking for that near perfect 1970 Boss 302 (I'm OCD and nothing is perfect) in the popular Grabber Orange and Black color combination, this is the car for you. I do not believe you could not restore one to this condition for the price I'm selling it for.
Please, no brokers or auction companies as I am not eager to sell it. 1970 Boss 302's in similar condition have sold between $100K to $154K. I'm looking for $109K which includes the extras. Thank you