In a garage in Elk Grove Village, Illinois, they came across this white Ford Mustang Boss 429 that hadn’t been moved in 40 years. Its first owner used the car until 1981 and did less than 21,000 miles with it. The 51-year-old car is in pretty good condition accordingly. It’s a bit red and in some places it seems that the past few years have not been spent on continuous cleaning, but at least it has remained in its original form.
Even the tires are original on the Magnum 500 rims, so it would definitely not be smart to take them on a lap. The interior is a bit dirty and the upholstery hasn’t survived the four decades spent with the job as well as the Wimbledon white-painted bodywork.
The engine is 7 liters, V8 and has about 375 horsepower. Equipped with a four-speed manual transmission. This engine was specifically designed by Ford to be a good base for NASCAR cars, so then the Boss 429 was one of the most sporty Mustangs of the era. For example, no air conditioning was available in 1969.
In 1969, 857 pieces were made of it, the 320th of them. It is estimated that it will cost about 60 million forints eBay-I.