1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 FASTBACK - 60821 Sold* at Scottsdale 2008 - Lot #1319 1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 FASTBACK https://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/60821/60821_Front_3-4_Web.jpg
Lot #1319   1970 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 FASTBACK
Auction Scottsdale 2008
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 1319
Year 1970
Make FORD
Model MUSTANG BOSS 429
Style FASTBACK
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN 0F02Z134623
Exterior Color GRABBER GREEN
Interior Color BLACK
Cylinders V8
Engine Size 429
Transmission 4-SPEED MANUAL
Description
Lot #1319 - Boss 429 KK #2378 built November 17, 1969. This is considered a late built BOSS 429 and has the "A" block. This car has the original engine with the original VIN stamped on the back of the block and the original transmission with VIN stamped on the top of the front edge. This car had all of the original parts on it when we purchased it, except the snorkel. This had all of the hard to find parts such as the carburetor, exhaust manifolds, radiator, air cleaner, fan blade, valve covers, front suspension upper and lower control arms, spare tire and jack, dated glass, original wheels with reproduction bias ply tires, oil cooler and many more parts. We had the car judged this Summer at the MCA meet in Illinois and we received a Concours Trailered Gold. They only give these out if the quality of the car is very good and has the correct parts on it. This is a very prestigious award. We have the owner history on this car plus we have the Build Sheet, owner's booklets that came in the glovebox, the Kevin Marti Report and other documentation. This car was meticulously restored by Kevin's Klassic Cars and Bob Wilson who oversees the shop is a judge with the MCA. We have top people with a large modern facility that restore these cars to top condition. Bob Perkins, who is the authenticity judge for the MCA, helped us finish out the details so that this is the best cars out there. All the items have the correct date codes, color codes, chalk marks, decals, tags and stickers. These final details are what make this stand apart from the rest of the cars. This car came out with 375hp which is underrated because of many items they put on the cars to de-tune them. We changed the cam to a hotter cam and at around 6400rpm the engine on the dyno had 510hp and that is with all other items being original equipment. This is a Grabber Green car and according to Marti Report, they only made 95 in this color and they only made a total of 499 cars in 1970, of which only about half have been accounted for. This is one of the rarest cars for Ford. It is the only car they ever made with the semi-HEMI and a good portion of it was built at Kar Kraft. Ford put way more money in these cars so they would be able to race. In order to qualify a car to race they had to build 500 of that car and they spent more money on these cars than they were able to sell them for. This car has a place in history with Ford; more than any other Ford product it is rare and desirable. Just open the hood and you will see the massive engine barely fitting into the engine compartment. The interior, exterior and the under side of the car are just beautiful. This car is done right and you won't be disappointed.
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