Ford Mustang Boss 302

Ford Mustang Boss 302

During Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Ford will present the Mustang "Boss 302", inspired version to ' homonymous predecessor of 1969 and equipped with the 5.0 V8 from 445 hp and 515 Nm of torque. "'Boss' is a term consecrated," gloated in Ford. "We could not use it for any car." And in fact the "Boss 302" stands for technical equipment from race-ready car: reinforced clutch, shortened gear ratios, adjustable suspension and a braking system with discs increased to compensate for greater heat of the V8 (also enhanced). Suffice it to say that the Blue Oval engineers have chosen as their target audience the BMW M3 . Maybe, but the new Mustang is revealed on average more than 2 seconds faster on track than the version " GT ".

Also quite substantial changes in the interior, enhanced by the addition of Recaro seats, steering wheel covered in Alcantara and burnished metal inserts. The Ford Mustang Boss 302 will be available in the colors Competition Orange, Performance White, Kona Blue Metallic, Yellow Blaze Tri-Coat Metallic Red and Race, plus the most sports "Laguna Seca" recognizable by the car body black / red and package aesthetic accented with appendices.

Ford Mustang Boss 302



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  • 1970 Mustangs were mildly restyled. Headlight configuration reverted to a single seven-inch lamp on each side, this time inside the grille opening, Simulated scoops took the place of the outside headlights. The rear taillight panel was flat rather than concave and the taillights are recessed.

  • Models:
    Coupe, Convertible, and Sports-Roof Mustang E, Grande, Mach I

    Engine Types:
    I6/250CID ???HP, V8/302-2v ???HP, V8/351C 2v-4v - Boss 351 330HP, 429 - Ram Air 429 370HP

    Transmission:
    3 Speed/4 Speed or Automatic

    Produced:
    149,678 Mustangs

    Of Note:
    Boss 302 and the Boss 429 were dropped from this years offerings. The Boss 351 4v was introduced as well as the 429 and Ram Air 429's. Mustangs once again underwent major restyling for this model year.

  • Based on the Ford Mustang GT, the 2010 Shinoda Boss retains the GTs 4 valve 4.6L V8 engine.

  • Models:
    Coupe, Convertible, and Sports-Roof Mustang E, Grande, Mach I

    Engine Types:
    I6/200CID 120HP,I6/250CID ???HP, V8/302-2v ???HP, V8/351 2v-4v, V8/390 4v 320HP, Boss 302 290HP, Boss 429

    Transmission:
    3 Speed/4 Speed or Automatic

    Produced:

    299,824 Mustangs

    Of Note:
    1969 Saw a marked change in the Mustang, many of the most popular Mustangs of all time were introduced during this year. 1969 Shelby Introduced.

  • FRONT SPOILER:
    Here's a performance feature that's standard on the BOSS yet not even available on some Trans-AM competitors. a functional front spoiler. This unit helps to keep air out from under the car, make it more stable, cut drag and even increase gas mileage. It's effective at speeds in excess of 40 miles per hour and a real plus when operating on the track

    4-SPEED TRANSMISSION:

  • While maintaining a basic resemblance to previous Mustangs, the 1971 Mustangs were the largest and heaviest yet. Every dimension increased; Wheelbase was stretched to 109 inches.

    Engine choice still remained high; a total of ten different engines were available on the 1971 Mastang.

    Base engine was the 250 ci six-cylinder on all models except the Mach 1 which came with the 210 hp 302 and the Boss 351 which got a 330 hp version of the 351.