1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429 (KK#1803) Original 19,500 Mile Car! One of only 859 built in 1969 and fully documented by Marti Auto Works as a Fully and Correctly Restored original BOSS 429. Royal Maroon, Matching numbers original car, 4- Speed close ratio transmission, original Window sticker ($4,964.51), Broadcast sheet, owner's card, Original owners manual, Warranty book, Restoration pictures, Functional front spoiler, Trunk mounted battery 85Amp, Raised white letter tires. Single ownership since 1976. The car was in storage for 33 years prior to ground up restoration. Purchased later by MCA President Jeff Mayes. No rust in car, original sheetmetal, mostly original interior and original like new dash and door panels. New carpet and seat covers using OEM material. All suspension is original with exception of shocks and tires. Matching #s Boss 429 and Matching #s Transmission. Matching # rear end housing with tag. Original carburetor and fuel pump. Original seat belts. The car still retains its original 1 year front disc only rotors. Front spoiler is new and never installed. VIN #- 9F02Z1954031969, Dearborn Michigan, Mustang Sportruof, 429-4V Boss, 95,403rd built Ford Door tag: 63B Mustang SportsroofB Royal Maroon Paint Ford 3059-ADAA Black Clarion Knit Vinyl Hi Back Buckets16E Scheduled for build May 16, 1969892001 Transportion services ordering V 3.91 Traction Lok axle ratio6 4 speed close ratio manual transmission shipped to Shelby c/o Kar Kraft in May 1969produced on May 14, 1969- two days ahead of schedulesold to Whitson Ford Pensacola Fl. Then sold first 10/6/69 Royal Maroon429 CID 4V Cobra Jet HO375 HP Ram Air EngineHigh back bucket seatsTraction Lock DifferentialF60x15 Wide Oval Belted BSW Tires with white lettersConsolePower SteeringPower Front Disc BrakesInterior Decor Group DeluxeAM RadioDeluxe Belts/ Warning LightColor Keyed Racing MirrorsCompetition Suspension To compete with the Mopar HEMI engine in NASCAR, Ford launched the BOSS 429 V8 in 1969. It was built as a limited production Mustang Fastback to meet the required homologation of 500 units. Ford prepared the 429 for inclusion into NASCAR's Grand National Division. They modified a version Ford's big block V8 design known as the 'Ford 385 engine' and changed the stroke from 3.85 inches to 3.59. Built as a full-on race engine the exhaust ports were so large, it was nicknamed the 'Shotgun engine'. Power was legally rated to 375 horsepower (280 kW) although 500 horsepower (370 kW) was possible. To meet emissions regulations, a mild cam was fitted along with a smog pump and small carburetor. With a few modifications up to 600 bhp was common. Since the new engine was too large to fit in standard Mustang body, KarKraft was hired to modify the front-end of the car into a standard Sportsroof SCJ body. They took a 428 Mach 1 and changed the inner fenders, widening the shock towers, to made additional space. A smaller brake booster was fitted and air conditioning wasn't offered. Also included in Boss Package was the fender decals, manually-controlled hood scoop, a front spoiler, dual racing mirrors, engine oil cooler, trunk mounted battery, power steering, power front disc brakes, a close-ratio 4-speed manual, 3.91:1 Traction-Lok differential, 3/4-inch rear swaybar, F60x15 Goodyear tires and the Deluxe decor interior with 8000 rpm and AM/FM radio.
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