1969 Mustang Boss 429 is Beautifully Restored
If you heard this model just rolled out of a crate, you'd believe it. This is the result of a two-year restoration.
Photos courtesy of Mecum
This Mustang's engine is powerful even by today's standards. The Boss 429 820 T unit pumps out a thunderous 375 horsepower and is guaranteed to plant a smile across your face.
Muscle cars from this era aren't renowned for their cornering ability. Thankfully, this model has been fitted with competition suspension, which should help to keep everything level.
Things like power front discs and power steering are taken for granted these days, but this wasn't the norm in 1969. The fact that this model was fitted with these extras makes it a much easier car to use by today's standards.
Stunning Paint Job
This model has been refinished in the original Candy Apple Red paint job which undoubtedly gets onlooker's hearts pumping.
Just like the exterior, this Mustang's interior is also in immaculate condition. The black deluxe upholstery and Rim Blow steering wheel scream classic muscle car.
This unit sits on four 15-inch chrome Magnum 500 wheels which are wrapped in Goodyear Polyglas F-60 tires. Again, these are quintessential 1960's muscle car components.
As you'd hope for with a 69' Mustang Boss 429 in such pristine condition, this car comes with all the essential paperwork. It has a deluxe Marti Report, original build sheet, and two shipping invoices.
Unfortunately for prospective buyers, this Mustang has already found a new home. The lucky new owner took this beauty home for the price of $275,000.
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