1971 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 351 for sale $110,000

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Title 1971 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 351
Make FORD
Price AUD $110,000
Listing Type Used
Refcode DIY1022535
Body Type Fastback
No. of Doors 2
No. of Cylinders 8cyl
Capacity - cc 5,800
Transmission Manual
No. of Gears 4
Drive Type RWD
Odometer 9600
Roadworthy No RWC
Colour Grabber Yellow

Multi award winning BOSS on two continents. Purpose built documented full up ground restoration. Built to original manufacturers specs and built to be a show winner. Three Gold MCA wins including last show in America 689 out of possible 700 points.

Brought to Australia in 2012 by a Ford and American muscle car engineer and enthusiast collector had further work and money spent on it with very little driving through this ownership. Since our purchase we have done even more fine detailing and enhancements on this BOSS where it has won Seven trophies in just Six shows against major competition and multiple vehicles both Ford and American Muscle.

Ford of the Show (Australian, American, English)
Best Ford (All Fords)
Best American
Best Mustang (All Ford Show)
Best Performance Ford (Australian, American, English)
Best Paint & Panel (combined all show cars)
This car is so well put together and a pleasure to dive being a real American Muscle Car. The sound from the engine and exhaust coupled with sheer exhilaration is the total package that you just dont get in modern muscle cars. Raw power coupled to a Top loader with a Hurst shifter in the American Muscle car blueprint.
The Grabber Yellow means you stand out from all the Silver, Black and Grey cars on the road. An absolute head turner with nonstop photos being taken of it. It is easy to see where the Aussie coupes got their inspiration from especially the XB Coupe.
We have had a number of show winning muscle cars over the years because we pay attention to detail and make sure they are the presented to impress.

There is a rebuild history in both photos and receipts across two folders plus Marti Reports, MCA scoring sheets and a whole host of other information.

This car is an award winning motor vehicle and deserves to only go to someone who can appreciate both the Cars place in Legendary Performance Mustangs as well as the quality restoration and ongoing care.

1971 Boss 351 The Best Of Everything (HOTROD Network review July 8 2014)
1806 thats only how many of these purpose built Trans-Am racers left the Ford factories between late 1970 and Mid 1971. Now there may be less than 600 in the world and possibly half a dozen in Australia.

The Boss 351 was probably the only 1971 performance car with a genuine competition-grade engine and suspension developed and tuned for racing.
The consensus of opinion is the Boss 351 was superior to all other first-generation Mustangs in the quarter-mile. What made a Boss 351 so powerful compared to bigger cube V8s in the Ford arsenal:
The torque of a big-block with the revving ability of a Boss 302.

Boss 351's very special engine was an exclusive High-Output (HO) 351 Cleveland with four-barrel (4V) carb, soaring 11.0:1 compression and 330 horsepower (real figures between 365 and 400HP).
Car and Driver at the time said the BOSS 351 made the "Z/28 look like a gas mileage motor."
The comparison of the BOSS 351 and XY Phase 3 Falcon of the time
Boss 351 - 0-60 mph, 5.8 seconds, Standing 1/4 mile, 13.8 seconds (1971 Motor Trend Review)
Phase 3 Falcon 0-60 mph - 6.4 seconds, Standing 1/4 mile 14.2 seconds

What made the BOSS 351 motor special, rods were shotpeened and Magnafluxed, heads drawn from the Boss 302, staggered valves and huge ports, radical solid-lifter cam, 11.0:1 compression, a 750-cfm Autolite four-barrel (over $5,000 for a second hand one now) producing minimum 330 bhp in reality edging up to 400HP.

Other BOSS 351 features included, Ram-air induction, wide-ratio four-speed gearbox with Hurst linkage, 3.91:1 Traction-Lock axle, functional Ram Air hood scoops, dual exhausts, heavy-duty battery and cooling system, rear spoiler, electronic rev limiter, gauge package and staggered rear shocks.

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