1970 Ford Mustang Shaker Ram Air for sale in Ionia, Michigan, United States

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 - Medium Red Show Car

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Shaker Ram Air
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Boss 302
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 74,678
  • VIN: 0T02G124122
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 302-4V Boss
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Clock
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 4 Speed close Ratio
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: See marti Report, Spoiler, Chin Spoiler, Power Steering, Sport Slats, Fold Down Rear Seat, Am Radio, Tachometer, Space Saver Spare, Original Jack, Medium Red 2008-A, 3.50 Standard Axel, Sports Roof
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Description

  • 1 of Less than 500 Medium Red
  • Professional Refresh. Wing Auto Art
  • Fresh Engine Rebuild
  • All as New Interior
  • New Carpet
  • Original Parts Reconditioned Professionally
  • Meutchen Car features the red oxide bottom finish
  • Paint: Ford Med Red #2008-A
  • Black / Corinthian Vinyl Bucket Seats
  • 3.5 Axel Ratio
  • Four Speed Close Ratio Transmission
  • Rear Deck Spoiler
  • Sport Slats
  • Sport Deck Folding Seat
  • Shaker Hood Added to Factory Spec
  • No Smog System
  • AM Radio
  • Boss Registry
  • Deluxe Marti Report
The Boss 302 Mustang was designed by Larry Shinoda, a former GM employee. The car featured a reflective "c-stripe". The fake air scoops in the rear quarter panel fenders of the regular production 1969 Mustangs were eliminated on the Boss 302 models. A black horizontal rear window shade and a blackout hood were both options. It was one of the first production models with a front spoiler and rear deck wing. The name "Boss" came about when Shinoda was asked what project he was working on, he answered "the boss's car" because the project was a secret.[3] Also Shinoda had called it the "Boss" as an homage to the new President of Ford Semon "Bunkie" Knudson who had brought Shinoda over from GM's Chevrolet Division after Knudson had left.
Changes for the 1970 model year included side "hockey stick" stripes which started along the top of the hood, along with the 1970 grille which replaced the four headlights with two vents in the outside position while retaining dual headlights within the grille opening. The dual exhaust system was redesigned, along with the competition suspension and a standard Hurst shifter. The intake valves were slightly smaller, and cast aluminum valve covers replaced the chrome.[4] With a suggested price of $3,720, a total of 7,013 were sold.
Standard were disc brakes on the front, larger sway bars, a lower ride height, heavier duty spindles, reinforced shock towers, a four speed manual transmission, and the solid-lifter Boss 302 V8 engine with its free-breathing Cleveland style heads, which had valves larger than most motors over a third larger in displacement.[1] This "G Code" engine was rated at 290 hp (216 kW).
The 1970 car could accelerate from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) in 6.9 seconds. The quarter mile (~400 m) took 14.6 seconds at 98 mph (158 km/h).[4]
Although Ford's Drag Pack option with a special oil cooler was never formally offered on the Boss 302, it was often included with the 4.30:1 rear axle ratio. This coveted option is recognizable when the hood is opened to reveal Ford's vertically mounted oil cooler in front of the radiator. Ford also had an option for Boss 302's and 429's for deluxe interior rather than standard interior [5]