This Race Red Boss 302 features the Ford Racing enhanced 5.0L V8 & 6-speed manual transmission. The motor features an upgraded high flow intake system, forged rotating assembly, CNC ported heads, and a revised camshaft. Together, the drivetrain produces 444 horsepower & 380ft/lbs. of torque! Also featuring: Ford Racing Track Key option that increases performance (Ignition timing, valve timing, wide-open throttle fueling, engine braking, accelerator pedal map, idle speed, throttle response, skip-shift disable, driver adjustable launch control, and lopey idle), Laguna Gauge package, Boss interior package, Recaro Sport seat package (unique cloth seats with embroidered ‘Boss’ logo), air-conditioning, AM/FM/CD/MP3 player, multi-function steering wheel, Boss package floor mats, fold-away front license plate bracket (trick!), painted side mirrors, and reverse C side stripe. Great condition, fully inspected and services up to date, oil changed every 1000mi, 5 HPDE events used to test and tune suspension settings and for data acquisition, not racing. DRIVEN SMOOTHLY, and nowhere near her limits! I’m a NASA certified HPDE instructor and car nut, selling due to increasing family size and expenditures and inversely proportionate shrinking wallet girth. Low miles (15,920) and has been garaged when not in use. The $20k+ build on this Boss was completed this spring of 2015 at Realspeed Automotive on Long Island, and she’s barely been used since then! All of the work has been professionally performed to manufacturer specifications. Rob & Dan at Realspeed communicated directly with Filip, the owner of Cortex when installing the full suspension. And with John at CCW when I was choosing a wheel size/design to work with the Boss and the new suspension! All parties have significant experience not only with road-race set-ups, but with mustangs in particular. I hunted down the best of the best for this project car, which I was building to eventually compete in NASA time-trials, or more. This factory race-bred-car has been optimized for track duty and for dominating back road twists, to an extent that a stock vehicle can never fully achieve due to governmental regulations and/or manufacturer budgets and quotas. Only top-shelf parts were chosen; I carefully researched exactly what I wanted to do and spared no expense in over-building this Boss 302! She is not a mere collection of aftermarket add-ons, but rather a whole that is greater than the sum of the parts, since they all work in unison with each other, to specific tolerances once in motion.

New York, New York, United States