This `69 Boss 429 was restored altogether for your full pleasure at a reasonable price. After safely crusading the roads for almost 35 years, having no crashes on its list and extraordinary maintenance, this muscle pet had found his new owner. The car was restored to bits, having all its original panels stripped to bare metal. The result was a perfectly smooth surface with laser straight lines. When the restoration was brought to the final stage, it came the time for dressing up. The finish was, of course, the painting. A Candyapple Red was perfectly applied, giving this Mustang a totally new look. The whole process was finished in 2011 and since then it passed only 19 miles.
Under the red coat, there is a 429 cubic inch warranty replacement V8, fully restored and able to produce up to 500 horsepower. The exact Holley C9AZ-9510-S 4-barrel carburetor feeds from a blue air cleaner which lies under the engine bay. Original heads support the brand new valves, which set off the glistening Boss 429 valve covers and the chromed breather caps. These very heads cover the billet Crower rods and the Ross Racing stock compression pistons. The strong lifters are pushed by a 580 lift cam. The car has its own original cooling system as well as radiator and the fire is provided by an exact Autolite coil that fires up the Accel points distributor and the Moroso Ultra Race wires.
The Top Loader 4-speed is still attached to the bell housing and the original flywheel. The original driveshaft spins the original Ford 9 inch Traction-Lok rear end which finishes with 3.90 gears and a metal tag. The restored power steering system is supported by a completely rebuilt A-arm suspension with coil spring. The SSBC vented rotors and SSBC calipers hang on to the aftermarket spindles. The drum brakes at the end of the rear sway bar and the newly made fuel tank are supported by a restored leaf spring suspension. On the other hand, the subframe connectors are placed parallel to the factory replacement exhaust system, completed with a H-pipe, a transversely mounted muffler and resonators. The wheels are 15 inch chrome Magnum and layered with 255/60 rear BF Goodrich Radial T/As and 215/60 front.
When it comes to the interior, you can notice the hi-black bucket seats, completely restored and in perfect shape, re-chromed knobs, restored gauges, a fully functional clock on the passenger`s side, a traditional chrome Hurst shifter as well as a Philco AM radio. The door panels are wood trimmed and re-chromed knobs are added. The deluxe steering wheel is restored to match the wood trim on the console and the dash.