MCA Concours Gold!!
1 of 499 Built for 1970!!
Exceptional Grabber Blue Exterior
Pristine White & Black Interior w/Hurst Shifter
Numbers Matching Engine 429 V8 Engine
4-Speed Close Ratio Manual & 3.91 Trac Lok
Original Invoice/Gate Sheet/Marti Report
Built out of necessity to meet NASCAR homologation rules, the Boss 429 was the king of the hill and last of its kind for Ford. Under the hood youll find the numbers matching 429 dressed with aluminum crescent or hemi style heads, aluminum intake and massive Holley carburetor. The 70 also received a mechanical lifter camshaft and upgraded dual exhaust too. The Boss was conservatively rated at 375 horsepower while actual output was believed to be well above 500 horsepower.
Built in early November 1969 and delivered the following spring to the first owner, this car spent most of its early life racing at local drag strips in Michigan. Over the course of the next few years the car was tuned by Jack Rousch and lightly raced till it was eventually retired to barn duty. The car was eventually resurected in 2016 and has just been through a complete nut and bolt restoration by noted expert Kevin Manley, and scored a 994 out of 1,000 by the Mustang Club of America!!
Presented in its original livery of Grabber Blue with a white interior, this car is done to concours standards inside and out. Interior features include tachometer, deluxe belts w/warning light, console, deluxe wheel, AM radio and electric clock. Under the hood youll find an immaculate engine bay that is fully detailed with production chalk marks and decals. The undercarriage also reflects the attention to detail with factory correct overspray and NOS components. This Boss 9 will be the cherry on top of any collection, so give us a call today for more information.