1970 Ford Mustang boss terminator 4.6 supercharged Fastback Manual


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1970 Ford Mustang boss terminator 4.6 supercharged is a restomod with updates Exterior Hey guys. This car was built with no expense spared. so if your wondering if it’s been done, yes it’s been done and top notch work. Although most stuff has been changed this car started life as a v8 car. This car is just an awesome driver, in example, before these pictures were taken the car sat over the winter in the great upstate in my pole barn(with my other hot rods) got in it, fired right up and took it for a drive of about 50 miles(sorry it’s a little dirty in the pictures) The best way to explain the car is an amazing driver withall the power you can handle, you can easily drive along in overdrive and it will drive nice and quiet then downshift too 3rd and its very loud and quick to pass a car and play. The engine is a 2004 terminator engine 30k when placed in the car, 4,800 miles ago, manual shift of course, has a smaller supercharger pulley, so it makes a little more boost, exhaust is loud but nice has an excellent rumble and blower whine9 inch rear, posibig front and rear disc brakessuspension is all tubular 08 Shelby stuff, brakes as well, it was hard to get a picture of it but it is an awesome set up. power rack for the steering.the project started with an awesome rust free body, you can tell the craftsman ship and condition of everything because it’s painted and not hidden and covered like most cars.the steering wheel is removable to help get in it around the bars but it’s not hard to get into.it’s easier to get in then my 2013 scj and in both of them I can leave the wheel on it and get in and out. The car is an awesome driver, very fast. and this comes from a mustang guy, i currently have 5 and several boss 429s, some with boost:) so i get around the performance ford community.
1970 Ford Mustang boss terminator 4.6 supercharged Fastback Manual
$ 18,000.00
Used
Sell
1970 Ford Mustang boss terminator 4.6 supercharged is a restomod with updates Exterior Hey guys. This car was built with no expense spared. so if your wondering if it’s been done, yes it’s been done and top notch work. Although most stuff has been changed this car started life as a v8 car. This car is just an awesome driver, in example, before these pictures were taken the car sat over the winter in the great upstate in my pole barn(with my other hot rods) got in it, fired right up and took it for a drive of about 50 miles(sorry it’s a little dirty in the pictures) The best way to explain the car is an amazing driver withall the power you can handle, you can easily drive along in overdrive and it will drive nice and quiet then downshift too 3rd and its very loud and quick to pass a car and play. The engine is a 2004 terminator engine 30k when placed in the car, 4,800 miles ago, manual shift of course, has a smaller supercharger pulley, so it makes a little more boost, exhaust is loud but nice has an excellent rumble and blower whine9 inch rear, posibig front and rear disc brakessuspension is all tubular 08 Shelby stuff, brakes as well, it was hard to get a picture of it but it is an awesome set up. power rack for the steering.the project started with an awesome rust free body, you can tell the craftsman ship and condition of everything because it’s painted and not hidden and covered like most cars.the steering wheel is removable to help get in it around the bars but it’s not hard to get into.it’s easier to get in then my 2013 scj and in both of them I can leave the wheel on it and get in and out. The car is an awesome driver, very fast. and this comes from a mustang guy, i currently have 5 and several boss 429s, some with boost:) so i get around the performance ford community.

Additional information

Make: Ford
Model: MUSTANG
Type: Hatchback
Year: 1970
Doors: 2
Mileage: 4810
Engine size (cc): 4.6 supercharged
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Exterior Color: Orange
Vehicle Identification Number: 0F02F200003
United States, Arkansas, Portland
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