Many collectors believe that the 1969-1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 to be the prominent muscle car of the entire era, due in part to it's large 429 cubic inch NASCAR motor and its very low production. Well one of these beauties is for sale.
Only 858 were made in the two year production run. These rare cars were taken off the regular production line and sent to straight to Kar Kraft. This car is finished in Wimbledon White and was purchased new in New York and sent to Tasca Ford in Providence, Rhode Island (a famous race car preparation shop) and made into a 1/4 mile drag car. She has only 2219 original miles (albeit 1/2 mile at a time) and is all original. She primarily ran races along the eastern seaboard and had moderate success.
Featured in a drag racing magazine in 1970, she is well documented to be a 10.50 second 1/4 mile racer with a top speed of 118 MPH.