LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429
The 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is an iconic American muscle car that exudes power and performance. Fords desire to win at NASCAR and homologation rules allowed them to utilize their new BOSS 429 motor into a production car. They were built in limited numbers at Kar Kraft, who had to make several modifications in order to allow the massive 429ci to fit between the shock towers. The potent BOSS 429 cubic-inch V8 engine was extremely underrated at the advertised 375 horsepower and 450 lb-ft of torque. With only a 2-year production run of in ’69 and even less for 1970, they are among the rarest, most sought after Mustangs on the planet. Some early cars were known as "S" code cars and as such had a slightly different engine. These cars had magnesium valve covers, NASCAR style forged internals, nearly no smog or emissions equipment and are said to be more powerful than the later "T" and "A" code engines which had the emissions related equipment to satisfy government regulations. All
This incredible Black Jade Boss 429 was built on March 7th, 1969 and sold new on April 4th through Phil Fitts Ford in New Castle, PA for the final price of $5,229.58 as reflected on the original bill of sale. The original purchaser nicely equipped his new Boss with 3.91 ratio traction lok rear axle, console, power front disc brakes, am radio, deluxe belts, power steering, competition suspension, functional front air spoiler, color keyed mirrors and trunk mounted battery.
This Boss 429 is one of very few that remain in original and unrestored condition as it was purchased from its original owner in 2013 by LMC. Incredibly preserved by its original owner, it has always been meticulously maintained with only 11,372 original miles from new and still retains its numbers matching Boss S code 429ci/375hp engine. The interior is all original and looks exceptional with very little wear for its age. Underneath the car, you can still see evidence of factory batch primer with body color over spray, assembly markings, paint drips and chalk marks just as it left the assembly line.
Documenting the exceptional original Boss 429 is the original bill of sale, registration paperwork, Marti report, owner’s manuals, dealer brochure and more. Today the car remains in unrestored condition and is an outstanding survivor example perfect for the Ford enthusiast who appreciates originality. A stunning example of a very desirable car with proven provenance - for the astute collector this is the ultimate combination.