(from page 34 of the 1969 Collection)
Right side view of a 1969 Mustang Boss 302 sportsroof in Bright Yellow exterior paint. |
(from page 4 of the 1970 Collection)
Red 1970 Mustang Boss 302 fastback, right side view.
(from page 8 of the 1970 Collection)
1970 Grabber Green 1970 Boss right side view. The black side stripes are so highly reflective they appear almost white at this angle.
(from page 22 of the 1970 Collection)
Right side view of a Grabber Orange 1970 Mustang Boss 302 fastback.
(from page 6 of the 1971 Collection)
1971 Grabber Lime Mustang Boss 351 fastback, right side view.
(from page 3 of the 1996 Collection)
In 1996 Shinoda offered two levels of upgrades. This car has a level 2 upgrade which pushes the power up to an advertised 500hp.
(from page 12 of the 2003 Collection)
Oxford White 2003 Mustang Shinoda Boss convertible with the top down. It has the tan top and tan interior.
(from page 2 of the 2012 Collection)
This Kona Blue 2012 Boss 302 Mustang is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April 21, 2013. The owner tells us, "The Boss 302 is indeed a very special edition car for Ford. The comeback Boss 302 was produced only in 2012 and 2013 model years - mirroring the 1969, and 1970 Boss 302s and their signature 'C and Hockey stick' stripes. Ford's focus for the current car was to provide a track-worthy car and they delivered with a road gripping, BMW M3 eater producing 444 hp and 380 ft-lb torque. Ford treated their enthusiasts for the Boss 302 with unique fanfare. The exhaust system includes side-pipes, which are factory hindered with a 'block-off' plate easily removable by the owners at home if they enjoy a louder exhaust note. Also, Ford took advantage of their MyKey technology and included a 'red key,' which, when coupled with Ford Racing's aftermarket tune (ironically $302). It unlocks the Boss 302R calibration, waking up throttle response, engine braking and a very cool lopey idle. Ford topped it off by sending original owners a package including Donald Farr's hardcover history of the Boss 302, an engraved and serialized keychain, the Ford Remakes A Legend DVD, a certificate of authenticity, a letter from the Marketing Manager and Mustang Chief Engineer, a poster, an invitation to a free track day at Miller Motorsports with race driving instruction, and some other brochures. Two options for the base Boss 302 were Recaro seats with Torsen differential and floor mats with car cover.
I found this Boss 302 on eBay in May of 2012 - contacted the seller and flew from Michigan to Florida to see it in person before finalizing a deal. It turns out the original owner is a friend of Donald Farr, the Boss 302 guru, and asked Donald to sign the book which he then addressed to me and my family. I have 2 and 3 year old kids who don't have much room in the back, but they LOVE the Boss Mustang! Good thing it comes with child seat anchors. My mods include an MGW shifter and a Dynomax Race Bullet over-the-axle exhaust system, which was provided courtesy of DynoMax, but retains the stock side pipes."
(from page 8 of the 2012 Collection)
This Black 2012 Boss 302 Laguna Seca Mustang coupe is our Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April 14th, 2013. I photographed this amazing car at the Mustang Roundup car show in the Seattle area last year. Its amazing with all the standard and optional red accents, blocked out front fog lamps, and racing front splitter. Also take a look at the interior detail.
(from page 10 of the 2012 Collection)
Side view of a Race Red 2012 Mustang Boss 302 coupe. There is a Competition Orange one in the background. My photo shows the red exterior paint a little orange, but it is definitely not, its a deep red.
(from page 12 of the 2012 Collection)
A Competition Orange 2012 Mustang Boss 302 in motion.
(from page 12 of the 2012 Collection)
Nice right side view of a Competition Orange 2012 Mustang Boss 302 coupe. ||