For sale in our forthcoming auction in Paris, on 8 february 2019.
- One of the 1,806 copies of this latest Boss version
- Very good condition and functioning
- Interesting file with original invoice
- No reserve
Launched in 1969, the Boss special series was initially used to certify the Mustang for competition, Trans-Am for the Boss 302 and Nascar for the Boss 429. It was only after the competition was stopped by Ford in 1970 that the Boss 351 was introduced in November, to continue to ride the wave of exclusivity and power brought to its ultimate by the restyled Mustang of the 1971 vintage. The mechanics of the Boss 351 is an original Cleveland V8 that has been completely reworked to develop 330 hp. It is combined with a 4-speed mechanical transmission and a limited slip differential to ensure correct power transmission. This series also has a specific equipment that is quite complete for a Mustang.
This rare Mustang Boss 351 was internally delivered by Ford on November 13, 1970 as per the original invoice on file. According to the "Marti Report" also on file, its current metallic light grey presentation with black vinyl interior corresponds to its factory configuration. In addition to the Hurst lever, Naca air inlets on the hood and its complete set of Boss 351 stickers, the car corresponds to the special livery of this special series. Imported into France in February 2005, this Mustang has been restored aesthetically and mechanically, with invoices for parts in support. Recently the car has also been overhauled, the shock absorbers changed and the four tires replaced. All of which makes it a thunderbolt ready to take the road!
Auction estimate: €70 000 / 90 000 - No reserve
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