“As part of the restoration process, the body was refinished in the original color of Bright Yellow (code 9), as verified by the Marti Report, and given a new Boss stripe kit,” the listing states. “Features include chrome bumpers, a front chin spoiler, hood pins, color-keyed sport mirror housings, and black-out accents.”
It rides on 15-inch chrome Magnum 500 wheels with 235/60 BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires.
The front bucket seats, rear seat and door panels are finished in black vinyl. It features an AM/FM stereo, a three-spoke steering wheel, manual steering, and manual windows. The odometer reads 58,544 miles, which the selling dealer believes to be accurate.
Under the hood of this Mustang is a 302ci V8 with an aluminum high-rise intake, and a Holley 750-cfm four-barrel carburetor. The engine is paired with the reportedly original close-ratio four-speed manual transmission, and a nine-inch solid rear drive axle with 3.50:1 gears. According to the seller the engine was rebuilt 2,000 miles ago.
Power front discs and rear drum brakes slow this Boss 302 down, and this Mustang rides on an independent front suspension.
The sale includes a clear title, a window sticker, removed original air cleaner, a Marti Report, and restoration receipts. The dealer charges a $600 documentation fee in addition to the price of the vehicle.
This 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302’s auction ends on January 24, 2023, at 4:40 p.m. (MST)