Like 1969, the 1970 Boss 429 was offered in only five exterior paint choices. However, the colors were updated for the Boss 429’s second year to highlight Ford’s new eye-grabbing “Grabber” paints—Blue, Orange and Green. The bright, orangey Calypso Coral was also available. And then there was Pastel Blue, a color more associated with passive art deco than road-ripping performance. Only 18 of the 500 Boss 429s built for 1970 were delivered in Pastel Blue, a shade designed to replicate a Diamond hue blue, so pale that it could easily be mistaken for Ford’s more common Wimbledon White. The majority of Pastel Blue 1970 Boss 429s came with the black interior; only two of the 18 were equipped with the white interior. According to Boss 429 expert Ed Meyer, that makes it the lowest production of all Boss 429 exterior/interior color combinations.
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