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Auburn Fall | Lot 5099

2013 Ford Mustang

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$78,100 USD | Sold

United States | Auburn, Indiana

5 September 2015


Identification No.
42
  • Special 5.0-liter TiVCT engine
  • Tremec six-speed manual transmission
  • Brembo four-piston four wheel disc brakes with Ford Racing ABS system
  • One of 50 produced for the 2013 model year
  • #42 of the 50 unit production allocation
  • Limited edition model in homage to the original by Ford Motor Co. and Watson Engineering
Please note that this lot is sold on a Bill of Sale.
Addendum: Please note this vehicle is being sold on Bill of Sale only.

Built to compete with Chevrolet’s Camaro Z/28 in the SCCA Trans-Am racing series, the Boss 302 was built for the 1969-1970 model years.

Ford’s Boss 302S is special limited edition model built by Ford Racing in conjunction with Watson Engineering as a ready-to-run road racing car and an homage to the original. Basic specs are aimed at Pirelli World Challenge GTS class racing, but also suitable for SCCA and NASA club events. In the world of factory racecars, the Boss 302S was relatively affordable though production was limited to just 50 units annually. Orders were placed through Ford dealers parts departments in time for the individual dealer to receive an allocation of the car prior to the annual winter build by Ford Motor Company.

Power is supplied by a 5.0-liter TiVCT engine modified for better cooling along with various ECU settings for 91 and 98-octane fuel. A Tremec T-6060 six-speed manual transmission with integrated cooling pump, 3.73:1 rear end and a Torsen T2R differential help put the power to the road. Brembo four-piston brakes provide stopping power with 14-inch front and 12-inch rear rotors, PFC pads, Ford Racing brake ducts, stainless lines and Ford Racing ABS system. A Recaro HANS ProRacer seat is outfitted in the cockpit along with a Hand window net, Sabelt six-point harness, cockpit rollcage, and onboard fire extinguisher system. Finished in School Bus Yellow, this 302S is #42 and of the 50-unit run and ready to race.

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