1970 Boss 302 39k orig miles paint Az survivor Tucson car matching #s loaded

Price: - Item location: Tucson, Arizona, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: Sportsroof Fastback Boss 302
  • Type: Fastback
  • Trim: Boss 302
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 39995
  • VIN: 0F02G113442
  • Color: Grabber Green
  • Engine size: Boss 302
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 4 speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: White
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Options: Shaker, Rear spoiler, Front spoiler, Rear window louvers
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

1970 Boss 302
Matching #s
Az desert Survivor
well optioned

This has been my personal car since 1996
Its been in my garage since 1996 only coming out once or twice a
yr to cruise around in or take it to a local cruise nite. Before that it did
sit in the Az sun and got the cool patina.
I pulled it out of the garage and worked on it a few hours today.
Put fresh gas in, 2 of the small rubber fuel lines under the car finally
split, changed those, and after about 5 times cranking it, it came to
life, first time in like 2 yrs. The carb on there prob should be rebuilt
or just put the OE style back on. I had it running for about 10 minutes
today, and the motor sounds nice, solid lifters and all. It has trouble idling
and prob could use a fresh set of plugs. Cap, rotor and Belden plug wires
are not that old at all. Im going to drive it around the block this week for
fun. Keep in mind its hard to start hot or cold at the moment. Im sure
its carb related, because once it starts, the throttle responds well for the
carb not being touched.
It was originally sold here in Tucson and has never left
Over its lifetime its only been driven 39k original miles, also documented
on the AZ title. Ive driven it maybe a few hundred miles since I bought it.
Probably one of the coolest, nicest UNRESTORED Boss car out there today.
I have a 2 videos on Youtube too of it, email me for links.
Put this car in a line-up of other Boss cars and watch people gravitate
to it. I cant take it anywhere without people wanting to talk about it.
Not just because its a Boss, but because of its condition.
Included are: Eminger Ford Invoice - Marti report - and Ford Quaility
Control Report - which is really rare as Ford only pulled 1 car off the
line to do this report ever so often, not on every car. We found it under
the carpet with 2 Build sheets - See Pix

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I call it a survivor because its not been heavily modded etc.

Still wearing whats left of its original Grabber Green paint from 70
with areas of primer showing in many areas on top. Whats left you
see today, is after 50 yrs of being in the Az sunshine, a patina that
everyone who sees it, has to know the story behind it.

Its also been driven and enjoyed but not driven much.

When I got it the it the original carb was missing and still is and
it had some headers on it too. I put a full exhaust on it back in the day
with some Hooker I think mufflers and 2.5" piping, that resembles oe
and isnt too loud but sounds good. Im pretty sure the carb will be okay
to move it around and load, not sure about daily yet.

Youll find alot of dust on our vehicles from the AZ climate, but you wont
find lots of rust or rot. Surface rust at best. LOTS MORE INFO BELOW:

Ive been all under and over this car and saw no rot on the rockers or floors.

But kinda to be expected seeing as its been in Az since day 1.
The pass side lower door got a small small amount from my guess some dirt build
up over the yrs inside. It would be a very easy fix and would be easy to blend into
the 50 yrs patina.

Being an AZ truck the floors and rockers are in great shape of course.

SEE PICS below ! We have nothing to hide and plenty of pics
to prove how clean it is under this Boss...
WHY buy an eastcoast rust bucket



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DRIVETRAIN: factory original Matching #s Boss 302 that runs
and drives. Ive been using only 100 octane leaded
race gas for the most part because it would sit alot and not get driven
all that much. Shifts, brakes all work fine like stock Factory Hurst shifter
and T-handle, also still has the reverse lock-out hooked up. After sitting a few
weeks, it does blow some bluish smoke when I first start it and it
will for about 5 minutes. My guess the valve seals are toasty. Not
too hard of a fix really. Ive been running Kendall 10-40 in it for the
last 20+ yrs. To my knowledge the Toploader and 9" are all original
too. Some stuff was restored under the hood, like the Shaker assembly
and Dual Point distributer about 15 yrs ago.
Out of 7013 Boss's built 50 yrs ago, probably a handful still have their
original motors. The Deluxe report does show it to be 1 of 1 :)

INTERIOR:take a look at the pics. Its about 80% original still here
too. I did redo the driver side upholstery, and dashpad about 15 yrs ago.
Also added a modern radio around the same time. Headliner is coming
loose too. Fold down back seat option too. The white interior is one of the
most sought after colors for a Boss, as is the whole color combo. Rest of
the interior is pretty much original but shows decent for being 50 yrs old.
It never wanted to over restore it, but keep its aged look on purpose.
Meanwhile, rest of the country is over restoring every Boss they can find
trying to cash in on it all. Marti report shows factory tinted windows too.
Rubber and seals actually not in bad shape for its age.
TRUNK has the original components, correct spare, air tank etc.
Those parts did get some surface rust, but it matches rest of the car.
Under the thick trunk insulator, very clean nice and rot free.

EXTERIOR: the sheetmetal is all original and the body is very straight
for its age. Think the car has a few small dimples in the roof which could
possibly be removed easily once the headliner is out. Whats left of the
original Grabber Green paint shows okay, same for the original Boss stripes
etc. Factory front and rear spoilers, slats and Shaker scoop. Its not a perfect
car by any means, but its still probably one of the nicest un-restored cars.
The factory satin black paint faded in a few areas of course. The car really
speaks for itself, check out the pics. Nothing ever touched on the outside
or restored or needed fixing. About as raw as you can get.
I did have the original Magnum 500 wheels re-chromed by a really decent
local chrome shop (and Tucson has a few) and they still look really nice.
The Firestone RWL tires cant more then 500 miles on them. A nice set of
Goodyear Polyglass on this car would look nice.

SUSPENSION: the suspension is mostly all stock and original. Because
I wanted to drive it and never really planned on selling it, I did install a
set of Koni shocks in 2001. I also replaced the upper and lower control
arms with oe style. The originals werent really that bad, but I wanted it
to drive like OE when I took it out. It drives and handles nice for its age
and alot of stock components still on it. But its a Boss, of course it handles
well. Ill be honest, Ive pushed it around a few corners a couple times
really trying to test out its ability (with radial tires) and it never let me down.
Factory rear staggered shocks and swaybars still intact. I have not seen
nor would I expect to, any rot on the floors etc.

Check out ALL the pics below ----->

it may take a full minute for them all to load if you have a

slow connection, so be patient AND looks for the extra scroll

bar on the right side. check em out !

Az gets maybe 12" a yr of rain and Az very dry climate.

more info AFTER the pics etc. There are 100 large pics to follow.

Mostly just surface rust under the car, making working on it
a breeze if the need arises.

Check out ALL the pics below ----->

it may take a full minute for them all to load ifyou have a
slow connection, so be patient AND looks for the extra scroll
bar on the right side. check em out !
Az gets maybe 12" a yr of rain and Az very dry climate.
more infoAFTER the pics etc. There are 100 large pics.

There you go, probably The BEST represented 80s
Broncos on Ebay.

Shows you all the good as well as any bad.
We put a lot of time and effort in marketing our cars.
People wait months for a car this solid to come up for sale
and even if you have to pay shipping to your area, it still beats
paying a body shop to hopefully fix a rusty car for weeks on end.
Having as much as the original steel on a non restored car these
speaks volumes. Survivors are getting harder to find !
Also, if you buy a car thats been "restored", who knows what surprises are hidden under new paint or thick undercoating.
People are flipping cars all the time when most of the jobs are
fast, for a quick buck and quality suffers.

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because they always seem to take longer then expected.
I bank with B of A which makes things easy for many out of
state for payment. direct depositor Cashier checks
If you wire the funds we must add a $50 fee that our bank charges us.
must clear before car can move. Its a sign of the times, sorry.
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