Archive for the 'boss 429' Category

Calypso Coral is one of the rarest and more desirable colors for the classic Boss 302 and 429 Mustangs, so when a pristine example goes up for sale it gets our attention. That’s the case …

We’re never short of amazed at what unique and truly special Mustangs we see cross the auction block. Every year […]

Mark your calendars, Mustang Enthusiasts. Next week’s episodes of Legendary Motorcar feature a 1968 Bullitt replica and 1970 Boss 429. Ontario-based Legendary Motorcar Company has been restoring, selling, and racing some of the world’s rarest, …

Unlike the original and unrestored 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 that went up for auction at Barrett-Jackson the day before, the example you see here, which sold earlier today, is one of the more typical …

We’ve seen quite a few fully restored Boss 429 Mustangs go up for auction the last few years, but as the saying goes, a car can only be original once. That’s why this 1969 Ford …

Earlier this month we told you about an incredible 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 that would be going up for auction. A completely original and unrestored example, this amazing Boss 429 is a muscle car …

A few months ago we told you about the lowest mileage Mustang Boss 429 on the planet going up for auction. It was an incredible example of the ultimate Mustang muscle car, extensively restored with …

Browsing through the list of cars scheduled to go across the block at RM’s upcoming auction of the Don Davis Collection, a 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 caught our eye. The estimated sale price specifically stood out – $300,000 to $350,000. That range is significantly higher than the other Boss 429s sold earlier this year, which varied from the low $200,000s up to $275,000. So what makes this Boss 429 so special as to command a premium of nearly six figures? Well, it has 97 miles on the odometer, and …

After seeing this stunning 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 cross the block at Barrett-Jackson, we’ve come to the conclusion that the king of Ford’s muscle cars looks best in black – Raven Black to be specific. Just 93 examples were painted in this color, making it even more rare than the usual bright colors the Boss 429 came in, and the car looks downright menacing when cloaked in inky darkness. Apparently at least a couple bidders agreed with us, as the $275,000 final selling price for the car is the …

One of three Boss 429 Mustangs for sale this year at Barrett-Jackson, this particular example set itself apart by having just 13,000 miles on the odometer. For the most part the car is original including the paint and drivetrain, and it comes with extras like a Deluxe Marti Report, a copy of the window sticker, the original dealer card and the owner’s manual. Another cool fact about the car – the original owner was just 17 years old and needed his mother to sign for the title since he was …

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