- An impressive, unrestored example
- Single-family ownership until 2015
- Extensively documented; includes Marti and Eminger reports
- Used in the film Trading Paint
This 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is an impressive, unrestored example. The car is fully documented, highlighted by single-family ownership until 2015. Finished in Wimbledon White, the interior is completed in the rare Vermillion vinyl interior. The car remains unrestored, retaining much of its original paint, interior, glass, stainless trim, and spare. In 1975, the original engine was removed and replaced with a new short-block assembly while retaining the original intake and exhaust manifolds, rev limiter, emission-control equipment, and rebuilt original heads. It comes with extensive documentation, including the original sales and financing contracts, the salesman's business card, the car's warranty card, buck tag, and owner's manual. It is also accompanied by Marti and Eminger Reports, numerous receipts from throughout the car's history, and a four-page handwritten letter from the original owner dated 2010. The car also has a Hollywood credit on its resume, having been used in the film Trading Paint, starring John Travolta and Shania Twain.