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Offline bossnoc

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1969 CC B2
« on: September 24, 2019, 05:51:56 pm »
For Sale – 1969 Mustang Boss 302 - Calypso Corral (1 of 410)

The Boss story:
This is a nice driver example of the rare and desirable Calypso Corral limited addition pony with 1628 cars produced. The color of this car is, arguably the most desired of the 4 available and my personal favorite, having owned 2. The color combination really pops.
Code   1969 Colors                           Quantity
9   Bright Yellow                         649
3   Calypso Coral (Vermillion)      410
6   Acapulco Blue                        375
M   Wimbledon White                        194
                                      Total   1628

The 1969 Boss 302 (Hi-Po) engine was created in 1968 for the SCCA's 1969 Trans-Am road racing series and to homologate the engine for the series. The unique Ford small-block engine featuring a thin-wall, high nickel content block casting. It differed substantially from regular 302s, with 4-bolt mains, screw in freeze plugs, and heads using a canted valve design being developed for the planned 351 Cleveland (basically a Windsor block with Cleveland heads) and much more.
The Car:
As stated previously, this is a nice driver version of a rust-free Legendary Boss 302. The car was first sold in Los Angeles California, the previous owner, bought the car out of Texas, which would lead me to believe that the car spent its life out West, it is currently in Kentucky. Unfortunately, with limited knowledge of what transpired in those 50 years, it is conjecture, except for the clean undercarriage. 
Over those 50 years, someone change the standard interior buckets for Mach 1 style comfort weave high back buckets. Also added were the following non- stock items, tach and other gauges, MSD ignition, modern carb, air cleaner and updated hotter cam. Adding these items, made the car a very nice, easy to start, easy to cruise, Boss 302.
The engine wasn’t the only thing tweaked to make a Boss 302, “a Boss 302”.
Below is a list of those standard feature and what the car has installed or off the car. I may have missed something, but I will try my best to capture them. I feel, “that honesty is the best policy!”

Engine –  1971 Service Boss Block D1ZE
Aluminum Intake – Correct
Free Flow Exhaust Manifolds – Headers
Smog – Long Gone
Carb – Correct but off car, car has newer Holley installed
Distributor / Ignition System – MSD
Transmission – RUG AG Correct, but is close range not wide range
Rear – N-case / 31 splines not sure what gear is installed
Staggered Shocks – Correct
Air Cleaner / Base / Snorkel – Lid is correct, base looks wrong, no snorkel
Fan – Correct
Fuel Pump – Wrong
Rev Limiter – Long Gone
69 Shifter – Hurst installed
Rolled Lip Fenders – Correct
Unique Boss Paint and Striping – Correct
$58,500 OBO
Thanks for your interest
Text me any questions. 410-845-9135
PS I took the liberty of using some the data from this Great Forum, think of it as a compliment…
Photos below
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Offline gt350bp

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Re: 1969 CC B2
« Reply #1 on: October 02, 2019, 07:52:50 am »
Anybody in the Cincinnati, OH / Covington, KY area familiar with this car? Looks like it is missing all or most of the original "expensive" parts, but I'm looking for a "Day 2" driver, so the headers and MSD ignition is OK. More concerned with the cars history and current condition with regards to original sheet metal / rust or damage repairs.

Thank you.


Offline JohnKammer

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Re: 1969 CC B2
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2019, 05:33:47 pm »
I am about 30 miles from Cincinnati.

What do you need ?

John Kammer
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