1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 - Future Mod Boss
Phin Stubbs Takes Restomod To A New Level With His '69 Boss 302
CreditsB&M Muffler Center: Exhaust system.
Cartoys: Optima battery; installation of remote keyless access, alarm system, and Pioneer stereo with amp and subwoofer.
Classic Mustang Parts of Oklahoma: Floor pans, torque boxes, reproductions of the outer wheelhouses and taillight panel, and hinges.
Ford Racing: 5.0-liter crate engine.
Haneline Products: Power windows and keyless entry.
Jerry Chambers Mustang: Frame-off restoration, with all parts dismantled and stripped to bare metal before painting. Work completed turnkey to Stubbs' specifications.
John Eagle Aston Martin: Digitally painted stripes.
Melvin Little: Magnum 500 wheels, dashpad, carpet, bumpers, and other small parts.
Mustangs Plus: Springs, sway bar, sound-proofing insulation, carpet, and miscellaneous.
Park Cities Ford (Dallas): Installation of Moser 4.11 rearend.
Ron Morris Performance: EFI fuel system and miscellaneous parts.
Semo Mustang: Black leather seats from a 2000 Mustang, ATM gauges, dual electric fans, cold-air kit, headers, fuel injection, EFI computer, engine and wiring harnesses, clutch cable, bellhousing, disc-brake conversion, and miscellaneous parts.
Scott Drake Mustang Parts: Halogen headlamps, armrests, parking-light lenses, and other small parts.
Total Control Products: Coilover front suspension, rack-and-pinion steering.