For those not familiar with Mustang history, the model was introduced at the New York World’s Fair in April 1964. Over 20,000 cars were sold in the first week of public release.
It’s interesting to note that while Ford chose the name “Mustang” to reflect the spirited image of the P-51 US World War 2 fighter plane named the Mustang, the public immediately associated the car with the untamed wild horse of the American West. Ford quickly adopted the image of a wild galloping horse as the badging symbol of this now classic car.
1970 saw a slight design change. Up front, the Mustang now had it’s headlights stuck into the grille with scoops on the outer area of the grille set up in a three-line horizontal fashion. Going into the interior, the steering wheel was changed, but the Decor Group option was available for an extra nudge of comfort and beauty. Besides that, not much changed inside or anywhere on the car.
Stunning Bright Yellow 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Clone. This car is based on the Grabber version of the Boss 302 Mustang. Restored with roughly 800 miles since the restoration. This mustang is powered by a 302 Cubic inch V8, upgrated with edelbrock performer intake, Holley 4 bbl carb. and MSD Ignition. The transmission is a floor shift automatic. Optional equipment includes Power Steering, AM Radio, Shaker hood scoop and Rear Deck Spoiler. The interior is finished in Black Vinyl and shows extremely well. Overall this classic Mustang drives and looks extremely well, a solid car throughout.