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BOSS 302 Forums => BOSS 302 Cars For Sale => Topic started by: BrentBoss302 on December 08, 2019, 12:42:00 pm

Title: 1970 Boss 302 Drag Pack Car for sale Calypso Coral 48,000 miles California Car
Post by: BrentBoss302 on December 08, 2019, 12:42:00 pm
Motivated to sell my 70 B2 Drag Pack car after 42 years of sitting in my garage. 48,000 miles. Deluxe Marti report, and appraisal from Aldridge Motorsports. 0 rust, not a show car, but nice original car. Engine rebuilt by Denny Aldridge less than 500 miles ago. Vin: OF02G127518 Dearborn built; sold at Beattie Motors in Monterey Ca. Not the original engine, but numbers do match. Engine oil cooler, 4.30 traction lock. Original paint, except right front fender and under hood. Original interior & AM/eight track player. Please call or text Brent @ 503 858-8755 & will send photos, Marti report and appraisal. Appraised @ $68,000. Asking $68,000 Ready to sell for best cash offer. Please be respectful with offers. Thanks for looking.
Sorry folks, cannot get photos to upload. Photos are on my computer, but cant figure out how load them on ad ??? (http://)Can email or text them upon request. Car is located south of Portland Oregon.

Title: Re: 1970 Boss 302 Drag Pack Car for sale Calypso Coral 48,000 miles California Car
Post by: mgreene on December 09, 2019, 09:27:32 am
What do you mean by " Not the original engine, but numbers do match" ?
Title: Re: 1970 Boss 302 Drag Pack Car for sale Calypso Coral 48,000 miles California Car
Post by: BrentBoss302 on December 09, 2019, 07:49:00 pm
Not the original engine, but block was decked and stamped with vin number. I'm not the type to tell people its the original engine when its really not. Some folks would do that, but not me! Hope that clears it up.
Thank you for looking
Title: Re: 1970 Boss 302 Drag Pack Car for sale Calypso Coral 48,000 miles California Car
Post by: JohnSlack on December 11, 2019, 06:04:38 am
Not the original engine, but block was decked and stamped with vin number. I'm not the type to tell people its the original engine when its really not. Some folks would do that, but not me! Hope that clears it up.
Thank you for looking

Thank you for your honesty.
John