By Dave Ashton
Mileage: 29, 301
Engine: Employer 302
Present bid: $28, 277. 00
It’ s not often you find someone who just left an unusual pony car in a barn, forgot about it for 3 decades and then decided to sell it. Nevertheless , this is the case with this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302. The owner says they bought in 1986, used it for some time, then replaced it having a Buick Grand National within 1988. It has been in storage space until now.
Intended for what is considered a barn find, this Mustang is within relatively great shape as well as the images don’ t display any sign of any kind of major rust. If the usage is correct at twenty nine, 301, the powertrain ought to be in good shape for a strip lower and restore. The brake systems are apparently stuck upon, but that’ s a small consideration. The interior images, display everything intact with an obvious Shelby center console. The particular ad. also says the vehicle has a ‘ Shaker Engine, Sport Slats, Koni Shock absorbers, Magnum 500 Rims. ’
For what exactly is considered a barn discover this Mustang if offered near its current bet price, would be a worthy automobile and although it’ s i9000 not a complete time tablet, it’ s definitely really worth consideration. The car does display signs of deterioration here and there, however the car looks solid sufficient to almost be a purchase and drive if it wasn’ t for the brakes becoming stuck on.
Keep an eye on this one.
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