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Man burns his wallet for ’70 Mustang Boss 302 purely so he can park it next to his ’69 Camaro

It'll be friends with a Camaro
  • Someone bought a 1970 Mustang Boss 302 for a hefty price
  • It will sit in a heated garage with a ’69 Camaro
  • The Mustang is in mint condition, with all original goodies included

Published on May 4, 2024 at 1:19PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 7, 2024 at 9:11PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Nalin Rawat

A 1970 Mustang Boss 302 will make any car collection look great, but how far will you go to get one?

To be fair, the better the conditions of these classic cars, the higher the price they can be sold for.

This is why someone just bought this Mustang Boss 302 for a hefty price to park it in their garage.

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They bought the Boss 302 to give their 1969 Chevy Camaro Z28 some company.

Now, that’s a wholesome story.

The price – well – was way over compared to how much it originally sold for.

Ford released the Boss 302 to homologate this Mustang, making it road-legal to use the engine for racing.

Who would have thought a homologation muscle car would become such an icon one day?

We’re not saying these cars don’t make it — but this one is special in its own way.

The buyer shipped their newly bought Mustang Boss 302 to a heated garage in Massachusetts, where it will reside along with the Camaro.

But how long will it survive in a heated garage?

Well, this NSX parked in one for 30 years didn’t suffer much, so it’s a safe bet it might make it through.

Even if it’s not a big one, the buyer’s car collection will certainly be a stunner.

That’s because of how this Mustang looks and the mint condition the car is in.

For starters, it packs a 302 ci V8 engine that can pull off 290 horses, sending the power to the rear wheels via a four-speed manual transmission.

With a very loud Grabber Blue finish, it has all the fancy Boss 302 features.

There’s a front spoiler, rear spoiler, dual exhaust outlets, dual-side mirrors, and 15-inch wheels with full covers wrapped around Goodyear Polyglas GT tires.

Plus, there’s a slick-looking decal marking the finish of a true muscle car of the old times.

Now, it’s nowhere near modern-day all-electric muscle cars like this Daytona EV, but this Mustang Boss 302 is in a league of its own.

The buyer included the original documentation — the manuals, build sheet, dealer invoice, and so on.

That alone is an attractive offering when you’re buying a Mustang.

A huge price tag starts making sense after knowing what this Mustang really offers.

If you step in, you will see high black bucket seats, a floor-mounted center console, and a classic two-spoke steering wheel.

While the previous owner upholstered the cabin, it still looks fresh and ready to roll.

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