Publish date: 2016-09-09 09:40:08
The Grabber Green finish goes really well with the beauty of the Mustang Boss 302s especially when you see them speed through the streets or the race tracks. This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is one great example that has the Grabber Green paint and it is currently for being sold by a private dealer from Farmington, Michigan.
Although this Mustang Boss is not a race ready muscle, it is in its original factory specifications after a complete restoration. It features its original 302 V8 engine with matching numbers which has been fitted with period-correct parts such as the headers, intake manifold, exhaust, carburetor, exhaust manifold, and air filter. The engine is matched with its 4-speed manual transmission with matching numbers. It also features a number of period-correct Boss 302 spec parts which include the spark-plug wires, fresh battery and battery cables, and hoses. It’s not surprising that the engine bay looks really clean.
According to the seller, this Mustang Boss originally came with the Grabber Green finish and was only repainted once. To make this ride better, it still features its original antenna and bumpers, as well as the original radio. Although the original wheels have been replaced by fresh Magnum wheels, the original hubcaps are still included. The seller also ensured that the body is in great condition and has no rust. The door opens smoothly and the trunk is in great shape as well.
This mostly original ride features flawless black bucket seats, clear and functional gauges, responsive Hurst floor shifter, and a solid headliner. The seller added that the “steering wheel is in great shape and the interior lights work.”
This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is a very original example which has become very rare in past years and it would be a waste to turn it into a racing car. This Boss 302 would be a great show car instead as its rarity and beauty will surely be a crowd grabber. Its potential has already been tested when it made an appearance at the 9th annual Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance last year. This Boss 302 will also come with the framed Marti Report, the display board used in the Boca Raton Concours d’Elegance, and some documents to prove its originality. According to some Mustang experts, it is estimated that about 30% of the Mustang Boss 302 built from 1969 to 1970. The seller has asked for $88,900 which is probably reasonable for a mostly original 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 that looks stunning with its Grabber Green paint.
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