1970 Boss 302 Mustang

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Built this one back in 2009, I believe. This was my first attempt at trying to replicate a factory fresh car, using a magazine article of a concours restored Boss by Bob Perkins, as a guide. Mostly just paint detailing. Added a solenoid and rev limiter. I love these 'stangs in Grabber Blue, so that's what I went with (Testors enamel). Decals are from Keith Marks. Oh yeah, other than the air cleaner lid, this was also before I ventured into the world of BMF. Sorry, the pics are a little dark and don't show the color the best. Someday I'll probably take some better ones. Thanks for lookin'.....

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a few more pics.....

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outdoors

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Nice

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Nice job Tony, it looks very nice.

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Very nicely built!

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Very Nice Build. Tony You Got it looking Like it should For a Stock Boss 302!

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That BOSS is boss. It looks like it's ready to charge down the road.

DJ

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Very nice!

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That's purty ! Love the color and your detailing is top notch .

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Sharp Mustang Tony, great engine detail..

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Wow! You did one heck of a job there! That is beautiful!

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Nice build and the blue works very well

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Looks good from where I'm sitt'n, nice model.

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That's one rockin' 'Stang. You did it proud.

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very sharp

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Really sharp looking Mustang Tony! I have a Boss 429 that I was planning on painting "Grabber Green". But, after seeing yours, I think I'm going to go the route you took. Nice work! BTW, glad to see you posting here now!

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Very nice build and i am not a big fan of Grabber Blue either.

joe.

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Well done. I like the correct color paint daubs on the suspension components.

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Bravo, Well done

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Very nice work.

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Wow Tony, that is one very nice Boss! You've done a great job!

Roy the Ford guy

Love the Tasca Ford avaitar too.

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Thanks a lot everyone. After I win the Powerball tonight, maybe I'll finally be able to park a real one of these in my driveway. :D

Really sharp looking Mustang Tony! I have a Boss 429 that I was planning on painting "Grabber Green". But, after seeing yours, I think I'm going to go the route you took. Nice work! BTW, glad to see you posting here now!

Yeah, I'm liking is here so far. I tell ya though, with all of the amazingly great builders here, it's hard to hang with you guys! I'm finding lots of inspiration in checking out the tons of builds and wealth of knowledge, on this site. I've got the same Grabber Green plans for when I whip together a Boss '9. You couldn't go wrong going with the blue, either.

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