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11/12/2013 5:29 PM  #1

my new toy 70 boss 302 project

my new toy 70 boss 302 project,numbers matching shaker car

Last edited by GT350 (11/12/2013 5:30 PM)


11/13/2013 2:51 AM  #2

Re: my new toy 70 boss 302 project

Wow! That's pretty sweet. Looks solid as well.

65 mustang coupe, 351W, C6-  2800 stall, B&M blower, 9inch- trac-loc 3.70 gears

11/13/2013 10:06 AM  #3

Re: my new toy 70 boss 302 project

That will make a great car!   I used to have a Grabber Blue 70 like that.  Many, many years ago!

Money you enjoy wasting is NOT wasted money... unless your wife finds out.

11/13/2013 4:26 PM  #4

Re: my new toy 70 boss 302 project

thanks guys it was cheap to buy couldnt resist the car,my fav color and no rust issues to worry about.Its my 5th 70 boss 302 regreted selling all the other ones many yrs ago.

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11/18/2013 6:54 PM  #5

Re: my new toy 70 boss 302 project



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