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1970 Mustang Boss 302

Model Year History Overview:


The Mustang Boss 302 is what comes from those Trans-Am championships.  From its 5-liter (302cid) F.I.A. sanctioned V-8 to its 16-1 steering, the Boss was designed to go quick and hang tight.  The standard specs sound like an expensive European sports car instead of a reasonably priced, reliable, American pony car.  The Boss 302 came in just one body style –the wind-splitting “SportsRoof” shape.  The engine was Ford’s high output 302 cid 4V V-8, with new cylinder heads to permit canting the valves for better gas flow and larger diameter—2.18 intake, 1.71 exhaust.  The result is big 330 horsepower from a small, lightweight 302 cid engine made even quicker with a smooth, fully synchronized 4-speed transmission with a T-handle Hurst Shifter.  The Boss 302 Mustang won the SCCA Racing Trans-Am series in 1970.

This car has undergone a complete 5-year rotisserie restoration. Body prep and paint were done by West Coast Restorations. Engine was rebuilt, balanced and blueprinted, and broken in on a dynameter before being installed in the car.  Only NSO and reconditioned original parts were used.

This car has been a SAAC and Mustang Club of America Concours Gold winner.  It won the 2004 SAAC Indiana Spring Fling meet Judges’ Choice Award.

Total 1970 Mustang Production:  190,428
Total 1970 Boss 302 Production:  6,319

MSRP:  $3,720.00

Vehicle Mileage 86,732 original miles (300 miles since restoration)

Stock Number C 163

1970 Mustang Boss 302
2-Door “SportsRoof”

VIN Number:  0F02G197851
Assembly Plant:  Dearborn, Michigan
Date of Manufacture:  N/A
Exterior Color:  Grabber Blue
Convertible Top:  N/A
Interior Trim:  Black Rhino/Corintian Vinyl HI-Back Bucket seats
Engine: 302 CID – 4V Ford Boss OHV V-8
330 Horsepower
4-Barrel Carburetor
Bore/Stroke: 4.00”X 3.00”

Transmission:  4-Speed Manual Floor Shift


  • AM Push Button Radio
  • Rear Deck Spoiler
  • Functional Front Spoiler
  • Power Quick Ratio Steering
  • Power Front Disc Barkes
  • Traction-Loc (Detroit Locker) Differential
  • Optional 3.91:1 axle Ratio 
  • Console
  • Tinted Glass – Complete
  • Competition Suspension
  • Rear Window Louver Slats
  • Dual Exhaust
  • Magnum 500 Chrome Wheels
  • F60X15 Wide Oval Belted BSW Tires w/Raised White Letters
  • Shaker Hood Scoop
  • Space Saver Spare Tire
  • Instrument Gauge

Wheelbase:  108.0-inches
Overall Length:  N/A

Height: N/A
Weight:  3,227 LBS

Mileage: 86,732 original miles (300 miles since restoration)

Stock Number: C 163

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