It’s one of only 2,172 built with this paint and trim.
Duffy’s Classic Cars is pleased to announce this outstanding 1970 Boss 302 Mustang for your consideration. This vehicle arrived at them from a “real Ford guy” that spent far more on this great Mach 1 than it is selling for today. It’s finished in highly desirable Diamond Calypso Coral paint with a blackout hood (code 1). This one is one of only 2,172 models built with this paint and trim configuration. This stunning Boss 302 has had some incredible upgrades done to it and will steal the spotlight no matter where you go. It’s bound to impress at your local car show or cruise night, and turn heads on the road.
This ’70 Mustang Boss 302 is one of the finer rotisserie-restored examples you’ll find in the country today. The quality of the work and materials is superb and you can tell that great attention to detail was paid. This bad boy is powered by a numbers-matching Boss 302 4V small-block engine mated to a four-speed manual transmission. Pop the hood at your next event and stun the crowd with its detailed engine bay with a VIN stamped Boss 302 V8 engine and drag pack oil cooler. It’s also equipped with a traction lok differential, correct Holley carb, a 3.50 ratio standard axle, smooth wide ratio shifter, and pedal ease power disc brakes. This Boss 302 still has the smog control and rev limiter in place as well. All of the power makes a tantalizing sound via the performance-tuned dual-exhaust system.
The whole ride sits on Magnum 500 wheels with center caps wrapped in an excellent set of matched BFGoodrich RWL radial P225/60R15 tires. The interior features black Clarion-knit hi-back bucket seats (code BA) with the correct steering wheel. It also includes the Safety Guard Package with seat belts, a padded dashboard, and sun visors. This example also falls within the Visibility Group with dual-color keyed outside sport mirrors. The cabin includes an AM push-button radio and a 120-mph speedometer. This stunning Coral beauty boasts an optional fiberglass rear deck spoiler and window slats to add to its aggressive look. Even the trunk is impressive and clean, complete with a space-saver spare tire, jack, and mat.
The current asking price is set at $74,950, and you can make an offer on the car right here.
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