1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 70062 Miles Blue Fastback 302 V8 4 Speed Manual
The interior is mostly original and an excellent shape including the original lock-out rod from the steering column to the transmission. Documentation includes a Deluxe Marti Report, Reprinted Window Sticker, Original Warranty Card, Original Owner Manual, and the Original Temporary Owner Card/Plate. Also included is a hand-written log book from the original owner that dates from November 1969 to October 1991 detailing every service and repair and logging miles.
The Camaro was the largest threat to the lead Ford had in the “pony car” field, a market segment largely created by Ford with the introduction of the Mustang in mid-year 1964. The performance of the Mustang with 289 and 390 engines was not up to the Camaro, with its small block and big block V8. In an effort to improve the Mustang’s image Ford made a 428 Cobra Jet V8 and a Ford Boss 302 engine optional for the 1968 mid-year and 1969 models, respectively.
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