1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback 429 CI 820-T engine


Description


Original sheet metal
Correct daubs, markings, Red oxide primer and overspray
Matching numbers 429 CI 820-T engine
Original carburetor, heads, valve covers, snorkel assembly, smog equipment and exhaust manifolds
Original flat-back starter solenoid
Toploader 4-speed manual transmission
3.91 Traction-Lok differential
Competition suspension
Power steering
Power brakes with front discs
Original fiberglass hood scoop, choke knob, hood scoop cables and export brace
Black Jade with Black vinyl interior
Bucket seats and center console
Reproduction Autolite battery
Original trunk mat, battery tray and cables and space-saver spare
Elite Marti Report
The Black Jade Boss 429 retains many original parts, including the Holley 4-barrel carburetor, hemispherical cylinder heads and their valve covers, air-cleaner snorkel, smog equipment and exhaust manifolds. Many other hard-to-find, Boss 429-specific parts remain intact, including the fiberglass hood scoop, manual choke knob, scoop cable, export brace, flat-black starter solenoid, trunk mat, trunk-mount battery tray and cables, and space-saver spare tire. During the restoration, the undercarriage was sprayed in the correct red-oxide primer with factory-correct overspray. Color-coded paint daubs, decals and other markings are also correct for a Boss 429 Mustang. For 1969, Ford developed the Boss 429 engine with hemispherical cylinder heads as NASCAR competition for Chrysler’s 426 Hemi. To legalize the special big-block for racing while also creating an ultra high-performance Mustang, the wide 375 HP hemi street engine was installed by Ford’s contracted performance company, Kar Kraft, where special-ordered 428 Cobra Jet Mustangs arrived. Although tame on the outside with only a functional hood scoop, front spoiler, 15-inch Magnum 500 wheels and small fender decals for identification, the Boss 429 SportsRoofs were loaded with Ford’s best heavy-duty and performance equipment, including the Toploader 4-speed transmission, a 9-inch rear end with 3.91 gearing in a Traction-Lok differential, and Competition Suspension with a unique rear sway bar.
1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback 429 CI 820-T engine
$ 22,300.00
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Original sheet metal
Correct daubs, markings, Red oxide primer and overspray
Matching numbers 429 CI 820-T engine
Original carburetor, heads, valve covers, snorkel assembly, smog equipment and exhaust manifolds
Original flat-back starter solenoid
Toploader 4-speed manual transmission
3.91 Traction-Lok differential
Competition suspension
Power steering
Power brakes with front discs
Original fiberglass hood scoop, choke knob, hood scoop cables and export brace
Black Jade with Black vinyl interior
Bucket seats and center console
Reproduction Autolite battery
Original trunk mat, battery tray and cables and space-saver spare
Elite Marti Report
The Black Jade Boss 429 retains many original parts, including the Holley 4-barrel carburetor, hemispherical cylinder heads and their valve covers, air-cleaner snorkel, smog equipment and exhaust manifolds. Many other hard-to-find, Boss 429-specific parts remain intact, including the fiberglass hood scoop, manual choke knob, scoop cable, export brace, flat-black starter solenoid, trunk mat, trunk-mount battery tray and cables, and space-saver spare tire. During the restoration, the undercarriage was sprayed in the correct red-oxide primer with factory-correct overspray. Color-coded paint daubs, decals and other markings are also correct for a Boss 429 Mustang. For 1969, Ford developed the Boss 429 engine with hemispherical cylinder heads as NASCAR competition for Chrysler’s 426 Hemi. To legalize the special big-block for racing while also creating an ultra high-performance Mustang, the wide 375 HP hemi street engine was installed by Ford’s contracted performance company, Kar Kraft, where special-ordered 428 Cobra Jet Mustangs arrived. Although tame on the outside with only a functional hood scoop, front spoiler, 15-inch Magnum 500 wheels and small fender decals for identification, the Boss 429 SportsRoofs were loaded with Ford’s best heavy-duty and performance equipment, including the Toploader 4-speed transmission, a 9-inch rear end with 3.91 gearing in a Traction-Lok differential, and Competition Suspension with a unique rear sway bar.

Additional information

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang Boss 429 Fastback
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 12,500
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Black Jade
Vehicle Identification Number: 9F02Z172927
United States, Illinois, Chicago
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