9 cars (33 pictures) found: model of "Boss", exterior color of "white", grouped by car
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(6 photos of a 1969 Wimbledon White Boss 429 Mustang Fastback) 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.
(1 photo of a 1994 Crystal White Boss Shinoda Mustang Coupe) Crystal White 1994 Mustang Boss Shinoda GT coupe with custom body panels (front/rear fascia, hood, body side panels, rear spoiler), Shinoda Boss stripes and graphics, and custom wheels. This was the first year Larry Shinoda set up a company to modify the Mustang GT and Cobra into the Boss and Cobra 429 Boss. Larry Shinoda was the designer of the original Mustang Boss in 1969. The engine is a 302 high output V8 with MAC 1 and 5/8 inch chrome headers, underdrive pulleys, BBK 70mm throttle body, K&N filter, CDC/Dynomax side exhaust. Other modifications are CDC side scoops, 17 inch factory chromed wheels, 245/45ZR17 Ultra Z tires, Accel ignition, Taylor Spiro Pro 8mm wires, door jams and dash by MustangWorld, Steeda lower springs allowing for a 1.5 inch drop, JCWhitney rear window louvers, GTS blackouts, and CDC billet grille and front spoiler.
(2 photos of a 1995 Crystal White Boss Shinoda Mustang Coupe) Crystal White 1995 Mustang Shinoda Boss coupe with Shinoda Boss body panels (hood, front and rear fascia, body side panels), custom wheels, and black Shinoda Boss stripes and graphics. This was the second year that Shinoda created its own Boss modifications.
(8 photos of a 2003 Oxford Wite Boss Shinoda Mustang Convertible) Oxford White 2003 Mustang Shinoda Boss convertible owned by Thomas Spengler from Frewsburg, New York. It has a 4.6L V8 and a manual transmission. Thomas adds, "I purchased this Boss convertible in the summer of 2010 from a dealership in Buffalo, New York. Sweet looking and sounding car. It is a legacy level #003 with approximately 55,300 miles on it. It still looks and runs beautiful. I added a cold air intake and angel eyes headlights. The originals also available."
(3 photos of a 2007 Performance White Boss Shinoda Mustang Convertible) Performance White 2007 Mustang Shinoda Level II Supercharged Boss convertible with a 527hp Shinoda modified V8 engine. Shinoda modifications include a Hurst competition close ratio 5 speed manual transmission; 3:55 ratio posi rear end gears; crimson red leather sport seats with lumbar and embroidered headrests; light bar / roll bar; Shaker 500 satellite audio system; Shinoda front chin spoiler; 20 inc Boss Motorsport Chrome wheels; precision braking with a cross drilled vented brakes; fully adjustable Tokico suspension; Shinoda performance springs, shocks, sway bars, and lower control arms; high flow JBA exhaust, and Shinoda performance gauge pod.
(4 photos of a 2012 Performance White Boss 302 Mustang Coupe) Performance White 2012 Boss 302 Mustang coupe at the 2011 Mustang Round-Up car show in Bellevue, Washington. Later on the last day of the show, four 2012 Boss 302 Mustangs were all parked together. This is the white one, two of the others were Competition Orange and one was Red Candy.
(1 photo of a 2012 Red Orange And White Boss 302 Mustang Coupe) Here they all are in a row, all 2012 Boss 302 Mustangs. From front to back is Race Red, Competition Orange, Performance White, and then Competition Orange.
(2 photos of a 2012 Performance White Boss 302 Mustang Coupe) Ford promotional photo of a Performance White 2012 Mustang Boss 302 coupe with black painted wheels, black Boss 302 side stripe, black hood stripe, black rear spoiler, and glass roof.
(6 photos of a 2012 Performance White Boss 302R Mustang Coupe) Check this one out! It's a Performance White 2012 Mustang Boss 302R factory race car. This is not a street legal car - it was built for one thing - racing. 50 of these where built for the Continental Tire Challenge races. The base Boss 302R is equipped with a 5.0-liter, four-valve, V8 engine, a six-speed manual transmission, racing dampers and springs, a Brembo brake package, plus a roll cage, racing seat, safety harness, and data acquisition system. Another version has even higher performance, homologated for the Grand-Am Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge series, featuring a sealed, high-output engine with an upgraded cooling system, a close-ratio six-speed transmission with integral shifter, a high-speed-balanced, one-piece driveshaft, and a seam-welded body.