This 1970 Boss 302, equipped with rare Shelby dual-quad induction, is a fully documented, magazine-featured award winner that’s considered the ultimate small block Mustang. If you’re a prospecting enthusiast who’s looking for long-term gains via a pristine example of one of the finest pony cars ever produced, this world class Ford is the classic you’ve been craving! Not too long ago, the car’s solid body was the beneficiary of a thorough restoration that primed bare, mostly original metal for a correct and glossy coat of Bright Gold Metallic two-stage. Once that even pigment was buffed to an excellent shine, a full array of factory war paint tapped into an aggressive demeanor that’s both classic and fitting. And today, the car sits as a revered collection of well-aligned panels and ridged character lines that presents a stunning, show worthy appearance. Never disassembled, and still churning to factory specifications, this Ford’s 302 cubic inch Windsor small block utilizes Cleveland-style heads, a race prepped crank, a solid lifter cam, heavy duty rods and forged pistons to create over 290 horsepower. Behind that motor, a wide-ratio 4-speed spins a correct Traction Lok differential around competent, road-ready gears. At the ends of that drivetrain, standard manual steering combines with power front disc and rear drum brakes to provide competent track capability. In the middle of the floors, a fresh true-dual exhaust system pipes roasted dinosaurs through an H-shaped crossover and thin, glasspack-style mufflers. And at the sides of that exhaust, mirrored Magnum 500s twist meaty 245/60R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As around galloping horse center caps. This professionally restored Boss is a documented, fully-sorted gem that drives and sounds every bit as good as it looks. If you’re a dedicated purist who desires only the best, call, click or visit for your chance to own the ultimate muscle car!