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    I would prefer the 69 Boss 429 ..Henry . I did own a 70 Mach 1 not really fast but a nice ride .

    My 70 Mach cost me a hair over $3,000 brand new .

    I ruined that nice car in less than a year .

    Mooch
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    Quote Originally Posted by Henry View Post
    Henry,
    I like the red one. ( 69 Boss 429 ) That's a real nice looking Mustang and a very rare car.
    LS6

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    Default Used to own a 1969 BOSS 302 I restored

    1969 BOSS 302, early April build, Acapulco Blue, front & rear spoiler, standard interior, 4 speed close ration, 3.91 Traction Loc. Original BOSS 302 "G" code with 12 to 1 pistons, headers and Accel dual point. I was just missing the rev limiter and the smog stuff. I did all the work on it except head work and front seat upholstery repair. Rebuilt the motor, did all the body work and painted the car in lacquer with clear coat! Sold to a couple in Fairbanks Alaska and it is still being shown around Palmer, Alaska.

    Nothing like the pull and sound of a high compression, solid lifter motor!! LOL! I miss this one every day


    OLE442

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