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1970 Ford Mustang BOSS 302

  •  Factory “G” Code Boss 302
  •  Bright Yellow With Black Interior
  •  392 Ford Racing Crate Engine 480Hp
  •  FAST Fuel Injection
  •  Tremec TKO Road Race 5 Speed
  •  Rack And Pinion Steering
  •  Phase Z Watts Link
  •  Fully Documented

LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1970 Ford Mustang BOSS 302 Resto-Mod

Ford’s performance machine, the Boss 302, was a direct competitor to Chevrolet’s Camaro Z/28, as it offered more performance on a reduced-weight chassis. It proved its worth on the track, winning the SCCA’s 1970 Trans-Am racing series, and it was quite popular in the showroom as it offered customers a vehicle that was just as comfortable on the road as it was on the track. For 1970, the Boss 302 was fitted with hockey-stick side stripes, and the base model 1970 grille that replaced outer headlights with horizontal vents. Along with the exterior modifications came changes to the chassis and suspension including standard disc front brakes, heavier sway bars, spindles, and shock towers. The solid-lifter 302 cubic inch engine was rated at 290 horsepower and backed by the standard Four Speed transmission which was the perfect package to compete in SCCA Trans-Am racing.

This factory “G” code BOSS 302 was delivered to Wray Bros Ford in Van Nuys, California on October 31st,1969. It received a documented rotisserie restoration and was finish in factory Bright Yellow with black livery. The interior was updated with Autometer gauge cluster and Black Leather racing seats while the rest of the interior is factory.

It has been modified from its original configuration to bring its handling and power up to modern standards. Under the hood is a Ford 392 cubic inch small block that puts out a healthy 480hp and is topped with FAST fuel injection which allows the engine to have better drivability characteristics. This stout engine combo is backed by a Road Race Spec Tremec TKO 5 Speed transmission with a 5th gear overdrive for better highway cruising.

The suspension has been upgraded with a Total Control front suspension and Phase Z Watts Link rear setup. The factory 9-inch differential has been beefed up with Moser axles to handle the added horsepower. Rack and Pinion steering has been added to increase road feel and steering response. It was fitted with 17inch MiniLite wheels which pay homage to the Trans Am racers and are wrapped in BF Goodrich tires.

This factory built 1970 BOSS 302 is the perfect balance of classic looks with modern performance. It handles better than it left the assembly line in 1970, while retaining the looks that made us fall in love with the original BOSS 302. This BOSS 302 would be the perfect car for any Ford Motorsports enthusiast that loves to drive their cars. Don’t miss the opportunity to add this beautiful 1970 BOSS 302 to your garage.  



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