For Sale Numbers Matching 1970 Boss 302

Linelock

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My wife and I are new to StangNet, and are longtime Mustang fans. We have a real G code 1970 Mustang Boss 302 for sale that was fully and rotisserie restored to original about 6 years ago. The Boss is Calypso Coral with a white interior. We bought it in Florida and have had fun with it but are looking toward another purchase. The Boss apparently was first delivered in Washington, spent some time in New York, then went to Canada where it stayed part of a new car dealer’s garage collection and was restored by a professional restoration shop. From there it went to Florida. We have pictures of the restoration and other documentation.

Being cautious, we also had a collector car appraiser review and analyze the engine stamp, transmission tag, carb tag, rear end tags and other things, and he confirmed it is a legitimate numbers matching car-no replacement block which many of these have. The only things apparently not restored to original are the manifolds (there are headers), the suspension towers/hood hinges are black (not phosphate), and the underside center is painted calypso coral (not coated with the red clay coating). Other than that, we believe this one is one of the nicest, most accurate we’ve seen, short of a concours type restoration. It even has all the factory correct line chalk/paint markings and stickers etc.

You can view many pictures of the car here, which are less than two years old and from the dealer we bought it from in Florida:

www.motorcargallery.com/vehicles/250/1970-ford-mustang-boss-302

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I also can email or message you pictures of the full restoration, which come with the car as well as the Marti Report and other documentation if you shoot me a message.

Presently, we are asking $92,000, but would welcome other reasonable cash offers (no trades) to someone who will care for the Boss as we have. The Boss is located in Sparta, Michigan.

Please let us know if you or someone you know are legitimately interested.
 
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manicmechanic007

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They are worth what you can get out of them as you know
84k is a nice round number
I think my 69 is worth about 65k with a 70 motor in it
I think if you really want to sell it you will be looking at about 60k
It may be on the market for quite some time at 84k
There is a 70 in my area for sale for quite some time at 89k
Not even any tire kickers at that price
As you know production numbers for the 70 come in around 7013 units and in 69 it was around 1628
The 69 had a cross drilled crank and bigger intake valves (and pistons with weak skirts)
That is why there are very few 69's around and most of them have Ford service blocks or 1970 blocks
Good luck selling it and hope for 90k
You never know when you will find a guy that HAS to have it
 

manicmechanic007

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BTW that 70 should have come with a hood scoop
You most likely have a 69 hood or a sports roof hood
The louvers were optional but the scoop was a Boss 302 mandatory option
In 69 there was no hood scoop option
 

Husky44

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BTW that 70 should have come with a hood scoop
You most likely have a 69 hood or a sports roof hood
The louvers were optional but the scoop was a Boss 302 mandatory option
In 69 there was no hood scoop option
The shaker hood scoop was an OPTION on 70 Boss 302s. It was not mandatory.