Fresh out of a nut-and-bolt concours restoration, and packing an original 429/4-speed drivetrain, this fully documented Boss, KK 429 NASCAR 1746, provides one serious investor the best of both worlds: ownership and enjoyment of one of Detroit’s ultimate muscle cars, and solid equity in a highly exclusive collector car! The simple pigment you see in our high resolution photography reflects a correct shade of Wimbledon White, and that correct shade of Wimbledon White comes courtesy of old school single-stage paint. Why, you ask, is a $350K classic finished in such elementary digs? Because the owner of this killer coupe spent the better part of 13 years returning the car to exactly the state it was originally sold in. Actually, come to think of it, “13 years” is a bit misleading, as the car’s nut-and-bolt concours restoration really began in the 1990s under the stewardship of a previous owner. Lift the hood and you’ll find an original, 429 cubic inch Cobra Jet V8 that’s restored and ready to rock and roll thanks to Marion Performance Racing Engines of Marion, Arkansas! Behind that mill, an original Toploader 4-speed spins a tagged Dead Nuts On driveshaft, which is threaded to a DSD-restored Ford 9-inch. That awesome drivetrain is held off the ground by a DSD-restored Competition Suspension. Correct power steering combines with correct power front disc and rear drum brakes to provide competent track capability. Factory-spec Scott Fuller pipes funnel roasted dinosaurs through an H-shaped crossover, small resonators and a transverse muffler. And original Magnum 500s twist reproduction F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs. This investment grade Ford is a fast, rare and extremely impressive example of America’s coolest pony car. Call, click or visit for your chance to take home a world class Boss 429!