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1970 Boss 429 Hemi Cougar Convertible project 2 Video's!
« on: November 20, 2015, 10:59:05 am »
 Up for sale from The Mustang Ranch in Golden, Colorado. 1970 Boss 429 Cougar convertible project vin #0F94M515975. This car from what I am told has an interesting short story. It came from Ford with a 351 Cleveland motor with an Fmx automatic transmission. The car had an un known number of owners over the years. A guy, that had clamed to work at Kar Kraft back in the day had purchased this car and was in the process of making his own Boss Hemi Cougar. The engine bay spring tower modification is of good quality and resembles the Boss Mustang engine bay. He passed away and his wife sold the car. I purchased it from a guy who bought it from the wife back in 1999. The block is of coarse a C9AE 6015-A with an assembly date of  9 M 22 and vin #0F144332. It is at a fresh boar of under .030 and will need to be finished when you buy the pistons. The crankshaft is std and will need to be turned. There are no signs of damage or repairs, good useable block. The cylinder heads have new guides, seats and valves. You will need to buy the other components to finish them. Here are the  other items that  go with the motor. Intake manifold, rocker assemblies,valve covers, timing assembly, oil pump, flywheel, rebuilt clutch, O ring head gasket sets, reconditioned rods, Arp bolts, custom headers and other miscellaneous parts. The Big in put/ out put 4 speed top loader is out of a 1970-71 Torino RUG AU1. It spins free but should be gone through. The car itself shows no signs of heavy collision and rust is at a minimal. It has power disc brakes an a 9 inch rear end. It looks to me that most of the car is there with duplicate parts in the trunk.   
         This would be a cool car to finish and have a Boss Hemi Cougar Convertible. It has a clear open Colorado title. There is no warrantee or guarantee on this project car so please call and ask as many questions as you like. Best regards, Rich at The Mustang Ranch 303-931-5412
        Accepting offers over $35 K
  Make sure you watch both video's!!!
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