Modified Mustangs & Fords
1969 Boss 429 Crossing Mecum Auction in Kissimmee (Lot #S141)
One particular Mustang that graces almost every enthusiast’s wish list is the classic Boss 429. With original matching engine, transmission and rear end, this unrestored 1969 Boss 429 is crossing the Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, Florida on Saturday, January 25th at 2:50 p.m. EST.
Unrestored, though repainted Candy Apple red, this ’69 Boss 429 (#1696) features the original tail pipes, muffler, and original door and trunk jamb paint. New Goodyear Polyglas tires wrap around the original Magnum 500 wheels. This Mustang was a big hit at the famed Floyd Garrett Muscle Car Museum in Sevierville, Tennessee where it sat for about ten years.
This beautiful Boss still retains the original 429 V-8 engine, Borg Warner 4-speed close ratio manual transmission as well as the 3.91 rear end with Traction-Lok differential.
The Black Deluxe interior is also original including the ComfortWeave bucket seats, console, in-dash clock, woodgrain accents, special gauges, Rim Blow steering wheel, and Visibility Group. Standard to the Boss 429 is the Competition suspension, manually-controlled hood scoop, unique front spoiler, power steering, front disc brakes, and trunk-mounted battery.
With a freshly-detailed engine bay, this baby is ready to go home with a new owner. Documentation for this Boss 429 is impressive and includes an Elite Marti Report.
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