Parnelli Jones' Boss 302 Mustang race car at Fabulous Fords Forever 2011
While at the Fabulous Fords Forever show in Buena Park, California on April 11, 2011, I was witness to an incredible orchestra emanating from the exhibition area after the show ended and most everybody and their cars had left the grounds, so I rushed over to the grassy area and lo and behold, what did I see? The owners of this fabulous Boss Mustang had arrived from Canada and backed the race car out of the trailer. After a slumber of 9 months, the Mustang was started and unleashed into the parking lot and then returned to the trailer. What an experience!! Super nice owners, very willing to talk about the car - you are a tribute to the hobby. Thank you, gentlemen!
1969 Boss 302 Trans Am Dan Gurney Race Prototype
Beautifully restored 1969 Shelby Trans Am Mustang Boss 302 that belonged to Dan
Gurney. There were only three cars built for the 1969 season and this car
chassis 9F02R-112073 was the prototype, test car, and Ford media car.
The car was driven by Dan Gurney at Kent and he then practiced with it at
Sears Point. Peter Revson drove it at Laguna Seca finishing 4th overall for
the car's best result of the 1969 season.
The car was then used as a test car at Bud Moore's shop, raced by John
Gimbel of Dark Horse Racing, went back to Bud Moore, and was then sold to
Daher Racing from Guadalajara Mexico. Believe it or not, the car found its
way back to Bud Moore who then sold it to Danny Moore. Danny Moore used
this vehicle to win the SCCA National Championship. It was in 2003 that the
1969 Shelby Trans Am Mustang Boss 302 was restored by Phil
The Shelby Racing Team Boss 302 was restored to "a very high concours
standard with as many of the original parts retained as possible". Tony
Oddo of T.O.E Performance Products rebuilt the 8 cylinder engine to produce
527hp with 420 ft lbs of torque.
Last known asking price was $1,100,000.
Muscle Cars Doing Burnout
Muscle cars doing burnouts on Brejedurp Rally.
Thanks to the owners!
The black car with the airbrushed green flames on it was totally awesome!
The street was covered in lot's of burned rubber! Somehow the bricks on the
street were a little melted!
1966 Ford Mustang, Vintage Racecar, 600HP, Most Wins, FOR SALE!
1966 Ford Mustang, Vintage
Racecar, 600HP, Most Wins, FOR SALE!
This was the most heavily awarded vintage race car in Mexico. It won
everything there was to win... It is now for sale by the builder/driver in
San Diego and it is ready to dominate what the US has to offer. This Mustang has over 600 HP to the
rear wheels and was built as a no-expense spared vintage racer. We are
very pleased to offer this very special consignment from Pedro, it's San
This was built in 2000 from a very nice and solid car that normally would
have been restored for show. Instead Pedro commenced a no-expense spared
build of the perfect vintage race car. He started the restoration by
placing the shell into acid for 24 hours to lighten the metal, giving it
aluminum-like lightness. The car has all the necessary performance and
safety upgrades necessary. He was sponsored by Ford Motor Company through
their racing program so whatever he needed or wanted he received.
During its development this Mustang spent about 50 hours on the
Dyno. With a 406 cu
in stroker motor, Richmond transmission, Tordsen differential, Wilwood
brakes, this is ready to dominate the vintage racing tracks again.
Pedro was an affluent owner of one of Mexico's top restoration facilities-
he had over 50 employees restoring cars in a top notch facility. So
between the Ford sponsorship and his personal restoration facility this car
was built and maintained without regard to cost.
More details will be coming and the Mustang is available for viewing in
San Diego. For more information please contact Harry at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 951.901.5088.
Ford Mustang Boss 302 vs Chevrolet Camaro
One runway, two American muscle cars and a score to settle. Which is faster? The 6.2-litre Chevrolet Camaro SS or the all-new
5.0-litre Ford Mustang Boss
302? Vicky Parrott finds out and tells us exactly why the winning car has
such an advantage. Place your bets...
1970 boss 302 mustang FOR SALE
my dads 70 boss 302 Mustang
grabber orange 4.30:1 detroit locker 4 speed hurst 70,600 miles it is a
beast...comment leave prices if you are seriously interested...highest rev
was about to 2500 lol