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1969 Mustang Boss


Mustang Boss

The 1969 Mustang Boss was first introduced in 1969 by the newly hired GM designer Larry Shinoda. The Boss came in two forms for the fastback body line: the Boss 302 used a 4 barrel version of the 302 cubic inch, V8 to increase the horsepower by 80 to 290hp; and the Boss 429 had the largest Mustang engine of 1969, a 429 cubic inch, 4 barrel, ram air, V8 with 375 horsepower. The Boss came with special "Hotchkiss" type rear suspension and many other performance options and body options to handle the larger power and seven inch Magnum 500 rims. The first 50 Boss Mustangs were hand built.

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Other years of the Mustang Boss: [1969] 1970 1971 1996 2011 2012 2013

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Examples of a 1969 Mustang Boss
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Bright Yellow Mustang Boss
This beautiful Bright Yellow 1969 Boss 302 Mustang fastback is owned by Armond D'Agostini. The black side reflective stripe looks white in this photo but is actually black. This Boss 302 also has a blacked out hood, black front air dam and color matched mirrors.

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Candy Apple Red Mustang Boss
Candy Apple Red 1969 Mustang Boss 302 fastback owned by Emmanuel Theux from Monte-Carlo, Monaco. Check out the Monte-Carlo background. Emmanuel owned many Mustangs. Check them out by clicking here.

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Wimbledon White Mustang Boss
Wimbledon White 1969 Mustang Boss 429 fastback with an incredible 375hp (at 5200rpm), 429ci, 4 barrel, Boss V8 engine. This car has been restored although it has only 30,000 original miles on it.

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Calypso Coral Orange Red Mustang Boss
Calypso Coral Boss 302 Mustang fastback with a black interior. This is #1012 out of 1628 units produced in 1969. Calypso Coral paint is a deep shade of orange. The "302" stands for the 302 cubic inch V8 engine under the hood. This was one of eight V8 engine offered on the 1969 Mustang.

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Acapulco Blue Mustang Boss
Acapulco Blue 1969 Mustang Boss 302 fastback with Magnum 500 wheels, a blacked out hood, and a 290hp (at 5800rpm), 302 cubic inch, 4 barrel, V8 engine. The door data tag for this car reads 63A 6 2A 30F 41 V 6. Let's decode it: 63A indicates a fastback body style with standard bucket seats, 6 for the Acapulco Blue Ford #3077-A exterior paint which is also shared with code D for 1969, 2A black bucket seats 30F assembled on the 30th of June, 41 ordered in the Chicago area, V 3.91 ratio limit slip rear axle, and 6 4 speed manual transmission.

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Bright Yellow Mustang Boss
Check out the photos of this Bright Yellow (Grabber Yellow) 1969 Mustang Boss 302 fastback at the 2010, Mustang car show in Port Angeles, Washington. It has a flat black hood, Magnum 500 wheels, front air dam, color matched sport mirrors, rear spoiler, boss side stripes, and a 302ci V8 under the hood. Bright Yellow is also Grabber Yellow which was also on the 1969 Mustang Shelby, see our special Yellow Mustang page for more color information.

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Bright Yellow Mustang Boss
Ford promotional photo of a Bright Yellow 1969 Mustang Boss 302. This one has an awesome red interior.

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Bright Yellow Mustang Boss
This Bright Yellow Mustang Boss 302 fastback was at the 2011 Port Angeles Mustang car show and is owned by Pete and Cheri Dahlgren who also owns the Yellow Blaze 2012 Boss next to it.

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Bright Yellow Mustang Boss
This bright Yellow 1969 Mustang Boss 302 sportsroof has custom wheels and a blacked out rear decklid to match the blacked out hood. I photographed this Boss 302 at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington.

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Black Jade Mustang Boss
This Black Jade Boss 429 was at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals car show held in Bellevue, Washington. This Mustang was originally ordered in Black Jade and has a Z-code, 429ci 4V V8 under the hood. The largest engine offered on a Mustang in 1969.

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