1970 Mustang Photo Collection
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1970 Shelby R-code 428ci V8 Cobra Jet Ram Air V8 Engine The Shelby Mustang, R-code, 428 cubic inch, 4 barrel, Ram Air, Cobra Jet, V8 engine originally rated at 335hp (at 5200rpm).
70 Shelby R-code 428ci V8 Cobra Jet Ram Air V8 Engine Close-up of the Shelby Mustang, R-code, 428 cubic inch, 4 barrel, Ram Air, Cobra Jet, V8 engine originally rated at 335hp (at 5200rpm).

1970 Boss 302 Trans Am Replica Check this one out! It's a 1970 Boss 302 Trans Am replica owned by Raynald Belanger from Boucherville, Qu├ębec, Canada. Under the hood is a 302-4V engine. It also has an automatic transmission. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April, 23, 2018. Raynald tells us, "This Mustang was originally a 1970 Mach 1.II have restored to a Boss 302 Trans Am replica driven by George Follmer during the 1970 season. This mustang is a street driven car, not a real race car."
1970 Boss 302 Trans Am Replica Another shot of Raynald's School Bus Yellow 1970 Boss 302 Trans Am race car replica.
1970 Boss 302 Trans Am Replica This 1970 Mustang Boss 302 Trans Am replica is ready for the trailer.
1970 Boss 302 Trans Am Replica School Bus Yellow 1970 Mustang Boss 302 Trans Am replica, right rear view.

Silver 1970 Mustang Convertible Ford didn't make a GT in 1970, but if they did... Check out this Silver modified 1970 Mustang convertible. It has color-keyed sport mirrors.
Silver 1970 Mustang Convertible Silver 1970 Mustang convertible GT recreation, left side view.
Silver 1970 Mustang Convertible Left front view of a Silver 1970 Mustang convertible GT recreation with the top up.
Silver 1970 Mustang Convertible Rear view of a Silver 1970 Mustang convertible. It needs a GT gas cap.
Silver 1970 Mustang Convertible Front view of a Silver 1970 Mustang convertible. The long horizontal lines of the grille-work mark this as a 1970.
Mustang 1970 F-code V8 Engine. The 1970 Mustang F-code 210hp (at 4600rpm), 5.0 liter (302ci), 2 barrel V8 engine.

Grabber Orange 1970 Grabber Mustang Check this one out! It's a Grabber Orange 1970 Mustang fastback with the Grabber Package. Paul, the owner, shares, "I ordered it in December of 69 and picked it up May 1st of 70 for my last month of senior high. I saved my paper route money for 8 years and payed $2700 cash. It listed for $3200. That 1 picture is the only picture I have of when it was new. I have drag raced it, ran it at Bonneville twice and road raced it which is it's current form. It's a streetable road race car so it's not full road race." This Mustang was optioned with the "Grabber Special Value Package" which included; the special "C" stripe which is similar to the 1969 Boss side stripe but without the lettering, the F-code 302ci 2bbl engine, body colored side mirrors, blacked out rear taillight panel, and 14-inch wheels with dog dish plain hub caps.
Grabber Orange 1970 Grabber Mustang Check out the modifications Paul made. Paul says, "Here's another picture from 1979 when I was a corner worker at the road races up at Brainerd International Raceway in central Minnesota."
Grabber Orange 1970 Grabber Mustang Another shot of Paul's 1970 Mustang ready to race.
Black 1970 Grabber Mustang Paul went with black paint later on.
Grabber Orange 1970 Grabber Mustang Paul's Mustang was featured in the March 1989 edition of "Fabulous Mustangs and Exotic Fords". The text states, "Even though car enthusiasts can be as different as the vehicles they build and drive, most of them fall into two groups. The build 'em and sell'em group who are always trading cars and working on a new project, and the "I'll keep it forever" crowd who have had the same car for as long as you've known them. Paul belongs to the later category. When Paul was 17 years old, he took the savings from his paper route ($2750) down to the local Ford dealer and ordered a brand new 1970 Mustang Fastback. Eventually the time came to increase performance and Paul knew exactly what he wanted to do. Six years as a corner worker at Brainerd International Raceway had him hooked on road racing, and now he wanted to play too. Wanting a 7000-rpm redline, Paul had a truck block bored 0.010-over, and filled the holes with 10.5:1 TRW pistons. Topping the bores are ported, polished and cc'd 302 heads with 1.94 and 1.60-inch swirl polished valves that are controlled by an Isky cam with a 0.476-inch lift and 290 degrees duration. An Edlebrock F4B dual plane intake distributes fuel from a 780-cfm Holley carb, while a Jacobs electronic ignition, wires and coil fire the plugs. Headman headers clear the leftovers into a pair of Califorina Turbo mufflers. An oil cooler helps the bearings survive long races..."
Black 1970 Grabber Mustang This picture is from center spread of a 1993 Japanese car magazine that took Paul and his friends' picture holding their sticker with the 1970 Mustang in the back ground. That's Paul on the right.
Black 1970 Grabber Mustang Another shot of Paul's 1970 Mustang.
Grabber Orange 1970 Grabber Mustang Black 1970 Mustang fastback, left rear view.
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