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1971 Ford Mustang BOSS 351 Tribute Car
« on: August 23, 2019, 07:02:26 pm »
This beautiful 1971 Ford Mustang Boss 351 Tribute offers tons of vintage appeal and a strong running condition. Enjoy and meant to be fully appreciated.


It Tribute harbors one of Ford's most coveted, era-appropriate power plants underneath its hood and is a head turning, authentic representation of the Ford Mustang decked out in one of its most beloved, classic option packages.

From the black, scooped hood with its functional ram air system, to the elaborate stripes running the lengths of its sides, this '71 has been resto-mod-configured to appear as a Boss 351s of its year - one of the most excitement-inducing model variations Ford ever conjured up. it's a sharp looking, road ready "driver" in its current state. Its sport roof body style was a big hit when introduced and combines with the uniquely contoured lower window line and long hood to give the car a very distinctive look when viewed from the side. The front and back bumpers are in good condition, all exterior fittings sit well aligned and securely in place and clear glass surrounds the cabin. The Boss 351 emblems on the front fenders look nice and crisp and the pair of hood pins sitting at the front of that elaborate, dual scooped hood are in good working order.

Climb inside and you'll see that the interior is in good shape and still sports a proper factory configuration. The high-backed bucket seats show only minor wear and sit astride a nicely proportioned center console that provides some welcome interior storage space, as well as a convenient place to rest an elbow. The Mustangs of the early '70s rode on a longer wheelbase than their predecessors and a nice dividend comes in the form of increased rear seat legroom - you'll have no shortage of eager passengers when you bring this classic home and they'll be comfortable in back. The white accents on the seats look to be in good shape and the custom installed gauge package is a really head-turner!. A supple looking, uncracked dash pad runs the width of the cabin - always a welcome find with UV sensitive black upholstery - AM/FM/CD stereo still stands by to provide your audio soundtrack while out on the road. In back, the trunk area sports a fresh-looking rubber mat to keep the elements out & the comfort in.

This is one nice driving classic Mustang. The 351 Cleveland under its hood is one of the most respected powerplants Ford ever offered. A 4-barrel carb, as well as an Edelbrock intake manifold, have been added to maximize its output. A Ford C-6 automatic transmission sits just behind it, so this classic offers a great "hands on" driving experience that puts maximum control of performance in your hands. Power steering makes for easy navigation, while power brakes that feature discs up front bring this vintage set of 14" wheels outfitted with RoadMaster G/Ts to dependable stops.

This car recently had a complete bumper-to-bumper service done by Stephen Becker Automotive group including:

High-Crank Battery Group 27
R&R fuel tank, send to radiator shop to be hot-tanked and cleaned
R&R radiator, send to radiator shop to be hot-tanked and cleaned 
Thermostat & gasket
Master Cylinder
Heater corer
Wiper system with motor
Coolant Flush Treatment + Full Service
Oil Flush Treatment + Full Service
Brake Fluid System Flush + Full DOT Silicone Fluid Service
Transmission Fluid System Flush + Full Service Pan Screen, Gasket Kit, Etc
 Carburator re-build
Rear Axel Dope Drop flush + Full Service
Wiper Blades FoMoCo: $ 30.00
Clean, wash, wax, clay-bar full detail Inside/Outside/Under hood, Trunk & Under-Bod
Full Tank of 93 Octane Union-76 Gasoline
Car is ready to go - Fall is just around the corner and this BOSS 351 Tribute is waiting for its new owner & next roadway adventure!

$ 22,500.00

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