K.K. 1255 is one of the first 50 priority built by hand with extra care BOSS 429's for important performance corner dealers. It has rare 820-S NASCAR engine with special Ford C9AE-A heavy-duty one half inch bolt rods, forged pistons, and steel crank, high nickel HP-429 standard four bolt block with screw in freeze plugs, undamaged C9AE-A original aluminum o ringed hemi heads, forged rockers, staggered valve train, aluminum high rise ram air holly carburetor intake, unique magnesium valve covers, dual points, power steering and engine oil coolers, KKX unique beefed up lowered and widened competition suspension, staggered rear shocks front and rear under axle unique sway bar, close ratio 4-speed, 3:91 trac-lok nodular rear. All BOSS 429's were built the same except for the very early cars because they are more collectible with more history, as they were unique in having two different drivetrains in them. Invoiced through Shelby Automotive D.S.O 89-2000 and went to Kar Kraft with 428 SCJ drag-pack drivetrains and suspensions. Then they were changed to Blue Crescent forward mounted 429 CJ HO drivetrains and suspension. These early 820-S engined cars had 20 things done differently with some KKX and XE only parts. This is the earliest known red car to exist and has its original Special Performance Vehicle ID Tag, K.K. sticker, buck tag, all body stamped V.I.N. numbers, glove box warranty papers, buildsheet, both invoices, Marti report, and all letters from Ford. The body has no damage with Ford correct original sheetmetal, chrome, trim, deluxe interior, suspension, exhaust, Carlite glass, TS lights, and correct Autolite, Goodyear, and Magnum 500 components. It has rolled fenders, quarters, and front valence from the factory. Along with factory tachometer, unique vented trunk-mounted battery, front spoiler, power steering, and brakes. This concours restoration was done with all correct date codes, color codes, chalk and grease pencil marks, decals, tags, and stickers. this matching numbers advanced state of the art restoration is fresh and never been shown before. There are over 300 unique individual parts and hardware totaling over 800 pieces to complete a 69 BOSS 429. These cars were very expensive to build by hand, to satisfy NASCAR rules to build 500 street cars so they could race in competition. Professional Concours restoration is by Meyers Cars under Ed Meyer, the SAAC head judge with 25 years experience.