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BOSS 302 General Discussion / Re: Clutch Pedal hole to rod Fix?
« Last post by Bossgold on Today at 09:45:15 am »

you can buy completed pedal support assembly as well I think west coast cougar sells them.......thats so you can keep your original intact because its another unique part.

BTW you still in Springs or did you leave the treasured state?
BOSS 351 Cars For Sale / boss 351
« Last post by bobs351 on Today at 09:37:21 am »
have a 71 boss  for sale with tons of parts asking 48,000 needs restored not a rust bucket calif car with all the right part nos. ask for info. thanks Ray
BOSS 302 General Discussion / Re: Google Pictures of Restoration
« Last post by jrboss on Today at 09:31:45 am »
The pictures look great Steve and thanks for the detail I love the low profile stance of the car.

 Good luck with the Ranchero,we can all relate to how much time,detail and money is required on these restorations.

Off Topic Posts / Re: More Fun 4! Nugent or Slash?
« Last post by ex2409pilot on Today at 09:22:02 am »
Nugent.  Went to a concert in the early 70's where the little known Amboy Dukes backed up another band, I can't remember who... and Nugent and The Dukes blew the headliner off the stage. :o
Hi, Mike
Sorry not really interested in trading parts sorry. I,m try to sell all the parts I have that been on my shelf for years. I restored a original 1970 Boss that only had 3,500 miles on it. I'm in the process of listing all the parts that I had leftover, but didn't want to put on them EBay.
PM me your address I will reply with cost and my PayPal

If you wanted to do some horse trading & maybe cash I would be interested ??? ::)
BOSS 302 Cars/Parts Wanted / Re: Hood radio ground strap
« Last post by 69MustangMike on Today at 08:48:48 am »
I have several bead blasted and cad plated ready for install
BOSS 302 Cars For Sale / Re: Vintage race car for sale
« Last post by Clifford on Today at 08:01:44 am »
Car is sold.

Was it sold to anyone here on the BOSS 302 Registry?
Off Topic Posts / Re: Credit freeze
« Last post by crossboss on Today at 07:59:50 am »
The bottom line here is to check your banking/debit info at least twice a week. IF any suspicious activity comes up, immediately notify your bank/card and file a fraudulent purchase. Btw, I always use my debit card over checks because you have better protection, and immediate reversal of any non charges/disputes. Also, a good practice I recommend is to change your debit card out every 6 months for a new one. Don't forget to change passwords every 3 months or so. This is good insurance. My worthless two cents...
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