Barrett-Jackson | 15-Oct-2016 | Las Vegas 2016 | Venue : Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino, 3950 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Category : Classic Cars
Lot No. : 670
Year : 1970
Engine Size : 302CI
Transmission : Manual
Interior : BLACK
Chassis No. : 0T02G130697
No longer available - Sold or withdrawn from sale


Lot #670 - The top-shelf restoration was just completed on this amazingly original Boss 302 Mustang. This is a solid, well-cared-for, and highly documented car that was restored back to its original glory. It retains all of the originally ordered options including the Medium Acapulco Blue color, Shaker hood scoop, and V-code 3.91 Traction-Lok. It is highly documented by the Window Sticker invoice, Marti Report, warranty card, and even a service log kept by the long-time owner. This Boss 302 still has the original engine, with the VIN serial number stamped on the block, the original transmission, and the original V-code rear end. All of these have been freshly rebuilt. The original radiator, distributor, carburetor, fuel pump, alternator, starter, rev limiter, smog equipment, and even the lift hooks on the engine remain. The original parts were rebuilt and restored or replaced to as close to correct original as possible. This is original-sheet-metal car has not been damaged by accident or otherwise. There were no rust issues, not even in the floors. It still has the original fenders, doors, quarters, deck lid, tail light panel, and even the tie down hook. The interior of the car is almost completely original. The carpet, seats, dash pad, headliner and gauges are all original. The package tray behind the seat has never been cut for a speaker. The lock-out rod from the steering column to transmission is in place. Everything in the trunk is original including the mat, compact spare, jack and even the inflator bottle. The Boss is sold mileage exempt due to age, but the condition of the car, along with the long-time owner's mileage log, support the current odometer reading of about 69,959 original miles (the title reads mileage exempt). All of the history and documentation will go with the car along with a photo journal of the Boss before, during, and after the restoration.