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Custom BOSS 429 NASCAR block stroked to 520 CI ... 4-speed with Hurst shifter ... Full rotisserie restoration ... Amazing attention to detail ... 55 miles since completion ...
The Ford Mustang will always hold a special place in the annals of automotive history. There was perhaps no other car of the time with quite the same broad appeal; whether you wanted a thrifty run-about-town six or a fire breathing NASCAR-ready big block, the Mustang was your car. The 1969 Mustang BOSS 429 was of the latter variety. With only 859 BOSS 429s produced in 1969, it is one of the rarest and most valued muscle cars ever produced.
Finished in Raven Black, this BOSS 429 replica was created with the utmost attention to detail in a no-expense spared rotisserie restoration completed in 2011. Now having just 55 miles since being completed, its custom BOSS 429 NASCAR block has been stroked to 520 CI and features a new David Kee 4-speed Toploader transmission with Hurst shifter. Other performance features include a Scat forged steel crank and rods, a 608 lift cam, TMI heads, and a 2.5" Magnaflow dual exhaust with headers. It also features the following BOSS 429-correct items:
It also features a new suspension, new stainless steel brake and fuel lines, a new gas tank, and new correct tires.
Cosmetics did not go ignored during this Mustang’s restoration. The car benefits from new exterior panels to which a laser straight application of Raven Black DuPont base coat/clear coat was applied. The finish has a mirror-like luster, as does the exterior chrome and bright-work. Similarly, the new interior is free of wear.
A CD containing over 300 pictures documenting this Mustang’s meticulous restoration will be provided to the next owner of this car, as will all related receipts.
If a show-stopping, rare, and highly desirable Mustang is what you desire, this BOSS 429 replica is for you.