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post #1 of 4 Old 09-12-2011, 12:04 PM Thread Starter
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1970 Boss 302

Body: the car was painted in 1980 (has nicks in the paint which is expected for when it was painted) both quarter panels were replaced with Ford parts, the rear valance is an aftermarket pc. Doors are original (bushings replaced), front valance, hood, front fenders, fender extensions are all Ford pcs. The textured black was repainted (hood, decklid, rear taillight panel, spoiler). The car didn't originally come with louvers, they were added by the first owner because in PA you couldn't have them from factory and they are repainted. Bumpers are Ford. Drivers side torque box, under seat frame rail, full drivers side floor pan was replaced.

Drivetrain: the original motor was destroyed and replaced with a D1ZE Boss 302 block. It has DOZE heads, crane 1.72 roller rockers (I have the original rockers comes with car), original intake, orig. carb, orig. valve covers (yes, they are 70's chrome), orig. complete shaker, orig. rev limiter, orig. distributer & vacuum advance, orig. altenator, orig. smog pump and hoses, aftermarket heat shield with paper hot air tube, carter aftermarket fuel pump (I have the original, comes with the car). New Luk diaphram clutch, new flywheel, trans is a close ratio and totally rebuilt with new 2nd and 3rd gears. Shifter was good (just cleaned), just put bushings on the rods. Rebuilt rear end w/3.89 gears (I have original 3.50, comes with car) 'N' case with traction lok. The wheels are original, just repainted the black. Jet Hot coated exhaust manifolds with new exhaust system. New bushings on the Z-bar. The driveshaft has new u-joints.

Suspension: front end was totally rebuilt with upper ball joints, upper control arm shaft, new lower control arms, new strut arm bushings, new idler arm bushings only, tie rod boots, calipers were rebuilt and new brake pads and hoses, new front shocks, new end links and Ford stabilizer bar bushings, leaf springs rebuilt w/new bushings, new rear shocks, new rear brake hose, new front emergency brake cable, original rear brake cables, new wheel cylinders and brake shoes, turned the drums, new axle seals, new gas tank with new sending unit and 2pc. 3/8" fuel line to engine. Rear stabilizer bar (powder coated) with new bushings and new end links.

Interior: Black original seats, door panels, dash pad, am radio, speedometer trip reset, tachometer, new shifter boot, new rubber floor mats.

I have the original invoice and the Marti report.

Price= $47,500 OBO

78,000 miles

Phone# 717-933-4747



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A wise man once said "It's better to remain silent and appear ignorant, rather than speak and remove doubt!

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