302ci V-8. 4-speed manual transmission. Traction-Lok rear. 3.91 rear gear. That says it all, doesn’t it?
Add some muscle-car excitement to your life when you bring home a one-of-one, survivor Ford Boss 302 Mustang in our newest Mustang Dream Giveaway.
Ordered new by a Ford dealership employee to be the centerpiece of his massive Mustang collection, this time-capsule 1970 Boss 302 is the most original example we have ever given away. It is a true survivor with 59,000 original miles and a binder of documentation, which its original (and only) owner kept safe for over 50 years. Plus, it has special-ordered factory paint that you can’t find in the 1970 Ford Mustang dealer brochure or order guide.
This ground-shaking Boss 302 Mustang belongs in one place — your garage! So, enter now.
The “Boss” in the Boss 302 Mustang’s name came from original designer Larry Shinoda's reference to Bunkie Knudsen, Ford’s CEO and an outspoken proponent of the car's development, who told his designers, “I want to design a car that's the coolest Mustang out there. I don't want somebody else's name on it, like a Shelby.”
Whether you like populating your backseat with first-place trophies at car shows, want a special ride for a Saturday night one-on-one or just like the bragging rights of classic iron in your garage, this surviving example of classic Mustang performance will keep you smiling day in and day out.
Enter with your donation to help veterans and kids’ charities and you’ll be well on your way to putting this 1970 Boss 302 Mustang in your garage.
In 1970, Ford produced 7,014 Boss 302 Mustangs but only one of them came with special-ordered Burnt Orange Poly paint (a 1969 Lincoln production color). Ford refused to build the car but the original owner, a Ford dealership employee, kept resubmitting it, until Ford finally agreed. That makes this “survivor” 1970 Boss 302 Mustang with one owner and 59,000 original miles a true one of one.
This 1970 Ford Boss 302 Mustang was born on November 14, 1969, and delivered new to that original owner, a salesman at Costello Kunze Ford in Jennings, Missouri. It retailed for $4,124.05.
This survivor Boss 302 Mustang comes with a treasure trove of documentation, including window sticker, temporary owner card, warranty plate, broadcast sheet, assembly inspection card, dealer new-car thank you letter, vanity license plates, owner’s manual, dealer brochure and service records.
When you enter to win with your donation to help veterans and kids, we’ll set aside $25,000 in cash to pay the IRS on your behalf if you’re the winner.
This one-of-one survivor 1970 Ford Boss 302 Mustang includes these “born-with” options:
• Special paint (a $94.60 extra cost)
• Traction-Lok (a $43.00 extra cost)
• Optional axle ratio (a $13.00 extra cost)
• Console (a $54.00 extra cost)
• AM radio (a $61.00 extra cost)
• Décor group (a $78.00 extra cost)
• AM Radio (a $61.09 extra cost)
• Racing mirrors (a $10.00 extra cost)
Don’t miss your chance to win this survivor 1970 Boss 302 Mustang, plus we pay $25,000 for the taxes. Enter now.
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