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1969 FORD MUSTANG BOSS 429









1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429
ID# 9F02Z164743
Boss 429 Mustang production figures Kar Kraft build sequence number sticker located on driver's inside door, reads "KK 429 Nascar 1509". A total of 1,359 Boss 429's were built during calendar year 1969 (Jan-to-Dec). 859 were 1969's, 499 were 1970's. The Boss 429 Mustang was a limited production Mustang designed to homologate the Boss 429 engine for Nascar racing. All were built at the Kar Kraft facility in Brighton, Michigan. Partially completed sports roof Mustangs that originally were to receive the 428 SCJ engine were modified to accept the large 429 engine. The suspension was lowered and moved further outwards one inch, using spindles and control arms unique to the Boss 429. Other features included Boss 429 fender decals, functional hood scoop, a front spoiler that was shallower than the boss 302 spoiler, color-keyed dual racing mirrors, engine oil cooler, trunk-mounted battery, power steering, power front disc brakes, close ratio four-speed manual transmission, 3.91:1 rear axle with traction-lok, ¾-inch rear sway bar, the deluxe decor appearance group, 8000 rpm tachometer and Am radio. This particular car has 72,000 original miles and comes with full documentation plus Marti report and complete ownership history. This car was originally owned by Steve Strange, author of Boss 429 complete story and owner’s guide. Other owners include: Gerald McNamara of Bridgeport, WA., Bud Williams of Idaho, David Wall of Idaho, Tony Copeland of Idaho, Kirk Everitt of San Jose, CA., Jared Wortman of MO. and Ray Claridge of North Hollywood, CA.