Wednesday, September 30, 2015

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback

- KK no. 2218
- Same owner since 1982
- Original Grabber Blue paint
- Well preserved original build sheet
- Two original shipping invoices
- 429/375 HP engine
- 4-speed transmission
- Hurst T-Handle shifter
- Drag Pack 3.91 Traction-Lok rear end
- Competition suspension
- Trunk mounted battery
- Power steering and front disc brakes
- Day One air conditioning, cruise control, fog lights and auxiliary gauges added
- Black interior with console and deluxe door panels
- AM radio and electric dash clock
- Magnum 500 wheels with Goodyear Eagle ST tires
- Sold new at River Oaks Ford in Calumet City, Illinois
- Believed to be 32,837 actual miles
- Believed to be a three owner car

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  1. I figured it for more horsepower. Pretty hard to beat mopar.
    Brock, whats the most power you ever had?
    I road in a '70 cuda 440 magnum once. 400 hp? My ford diesel has 445. But that is an altogether different kind of juice.

    1. Well, they underrated the HP for insurance purposes. The fastest I ever rode in was a '65 Cobra 289. The 289 was 0 to 60 in 4.2 and the 427 was 4.0, not much difference, I could have bought a brand new 289 Cobra for under $8,000 then, but couldn't afford it, so bought a 5K mile Hi-Po 289 for $2,800. Sure wish I had that now.