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For sale in our Tampa showroom is an original, numbers matching,1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302. With only 30,561 actual miles on the odometer, she sure is a sight for sore eyes! But, before we get into details on this prestigious pony, how about a little history lesson first? In 1969, the 302 was a composite engine using the "tunnel port" Windsor block and large Cleveland heads. This optional engine was available for the express purpose of meeting the homologation guidelines to compete in the Trans-Am series. The Boss 302 Mustang was designed by Larry Shinoda. The name "Boss" came about when Shinoda was asked what project he was working on, he answered "the boss's car" because the project was a secret. Changes for the 1970 model year included side "hockey" stripes which started along the top of the hood, along with the 1970 grille which replaced the 4 headlights with two vents in the outside position while retaining dual headlights within the grille opening. The dual exhaust system was redesigned, along with the competition suspension and a standard Hurst shiftier. With a suggested price of offered for $3,720, a total of 7,013 were sold. Now that you understand the history behind this Mustang, letís read about the Boss we have for sale, today. This pretty pony is one you're not likely to see again. Actually, you won't. According to its Marti report, this 70' Boss 302 is a true one of a kind car. Not too many people can brag about their car being a one of one. This 1970 Ford Mustang for sale was built in November of 1969 at the Metuchen facility. It left the facility as a 1970 Mustang Sportsroof, the Boss 302 package, painted a gorgeous and rare shade of Pastel Blue paint. Don't let the pictures fool you, she's no white stallion; She's a gorgeous hue of light blue. The black Boss 302 linear stripes adorn the Pastel Blue paint and really make this pony pop. It has add-on options outside of the standard Boss 302s as well. Options include: a rear deck spoiler, front spoiler, sport slats, AM radio, decor group, vinyl interior, seat belts, power steering, power brakes, bias ply tires, and Magnum 500 chrome wheels. In 1970, when all was said and done, this vehicle retailed for $4,162.95. If you didn't catch this from the name, under the hood lies the numbers matching BOSS 302-4V CID V8 engine which pumps out an impressive 290 horsepower. Backed up to this potent small block, lies a 4-speed close ratio manual transmission, which makes for one exciting ride. It's all finally thrown to the pavement via a 3.50 geared rear axle. The interior is sporty and consist of high back buckets in the front and a bench seat in the back. Per the Marti Report, this is 1 0f 51 made in this color, and one of only 7 in this color with a black interior! The seats are made of both vinyl and fabric. This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 for sale is located in our Tampa Showroom and can be seen at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call (813)-645-6200 for additional information.