1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Fastback

For 1970, the Boss 302 received new tape stripe treatment which began on the hood, came down the front fender and then across the sides of the rear of the car. The standard wheel size was still 15 x 7, but a trim ring/hubcap arrangement was standard, instead of the Magnum 500s. Chrome Magnum 500s were still an option, but only for the Boss 302, as was the shaker hood scoop.

New for the Boss 302 was a redesigned dual exhaust system, Competition suspension, and the standard Hurst shifter. Smaller intake valves could also be found, along with aluminum valve covers which replaced the chrome ones from the previous year.

This 1970 Boss 302 Mustang is equipped with a G-Code 302ci Small Block V8 engine, which boasts a unique thin-wall block casting, 4-bolt mains, screw-in freeze plugs, and Cleveland-style heads that feature a canted valve design. The engine was factory rated to generate up to 290 horsepower.

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