True Z-Code 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Is A Rare Find

Michelle Marus
True Z-Code 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Is A Rare Find

One of only 132 built with this paint and trim code.

If owning a super rare, one-of-a-kind Mustang is on your bucket list, look no further. Today is the day you can take charge of your dreams and make it a reality. Ideal Classic Cars of Venice, Florida is more than happy to offer up this stunning 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 for sale. It definitely won’t be available for long, as this model is a hot commodity and valuable one at that. It is a collectible that will see its worth continue to rise throughout the years.

The vehicle you see here is a true “Z” code Boss 429 and just one of 132 built with this paint and trim configuration. The exterior correct Royal Maroon finish is in immaculate condition and accentuates the muscular body lines of this classic. This is arguably one of the most desirable and collectible Mustangs ever made. The black interior is also in excellent condition and shows that the previous owner really gave it the TLC it deserves, and then some. No major blemishes, dents, or wear and tear can be seen. This beauty shines from every angle, from the inside out and from the undercarriage to the engine bay. It’s a powerhouse, car show stunner, and treasured piece of American muscle car history.

True Z-Code 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Is A Rare Find

This 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is powered by a beastly 429 cubic-inch V8 engine that has been built and balanced for optimal performance. It also includes an Eagle 521 stroker crank, which brings the motor to a 521ci. The impressive power plant is mated to a close-ratio four-speed toploader manual transmission and a 9-inch 3.91 Traction-Loc rear end. Other goodies include Eagle H-beam rods, custom JE pistons with Mahle rings, COMP 586 lift hydraulic cams and lifters, and dual Weber 750cfm carburetors. It is also equipped with a Mallory distributor with Hi-Fire system, Blue Thunder dual-quad aluminum intake, high-volume oil and water pump, March reduction pulleys, and a Northern aluminum crossflow radiator.

What’s more, this bad boy has weld-in subframe connectors, a strengthened Panhard bar, four-point roll bar, and Traction Master traction bars to complement the other heavy-duty suspension parts it currently sports. The whole build sits aggressively on Magnum 500 wheels wrapped in Goodyear Eagle GT II tires.

The fact that this 1969 Mustang Boss 429 has been modified leads us to the conclusion that it likely has a rich racing history. This car has likely spent a good portion of its life on the drag strip, leaving the competition in the dust and jaws on the ground. It has been upgraded time and time again to keep it performing at its best and like it should. It is one of 857 1969 Boss 429 Mustangs ever built and just one of 132 built with this paint and trim code combination. Call today or stop by and visit Ideal Classic Cars’ 27,000 square-foot showroom in Venice, Florida.

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