Ford Mustang Boss 429 revived with a 9.0-liter engineNovember 1, 2018
The first copy of the “restarted” muscle car Ford Mustang Boss 429 presented In Las Vegas
American Studio Classic Recreations presented the first copy of the “restarted” Ford Mustang Boss 429. Muscle car, licensed by Ford, received a 9.0-liter V8 engine, perforated brake discs with zinc coating, as well as 18-inch wheels with wide tires (225 front and 315 from behind).
Painted in the shade of black Vengeance Black, the maslkar is built on the basis of the original car body of the sample of 1969 and fully restored to factory condition. The nine-liter eight on the new Boss 429 produces 827 horsepower. The engine is equipped with a Kaase Boss Nine cylinder head, MagnaFlow stainless steel exhaust, an electronic injection system and a new control unit. Box – six-speed manual transmission Tremec.
In addition, the “restarted” Maskar received a rear four-link suspension, adjustable in height and stiffness strut, stabilizers of increased size. The cabin has a new console, a Kicker Audio audio system, an aluminum steering wheel and original factory instruments.
The classic Ford Mustang Boss 429 is considered one of the rarest versions of the Mustang. The total circulation of the model, produced from 1969 to 1970, was 1328 copies. Manufacture of muscle car adjusted for the homologation of a new racing engine. The 7.0-liter V8 on a civilian car produced more than 500 hp, although the declared power was 380 hp and 610 Nm of torque.