Ford Mustang Boss 302

Ford Mustang Boss 302

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The automotive industry today can bore a guy with it’s newfound eco-friendliness. “Look at the new Prius!” Toyota says, “It farts white doves.”  “Check out our new Civic!” declares Honda, “it is made entirely from dirt.” Look, we think going green is commendable, but it doesn’t exactly stir a man’s blood. Back in 1969, a group of engineers at Ford shared a case of tequila, punched a mirror, set a dumpster alight and set to work creating the Boss 302 Mustang, a brawny coupe that was as fast as it was loud.  40 years later, they’re doing it again. The new one comes packing a 5.0-liter V8, pushing 440 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. Throw in an beefed up clutch, adjustable suspension for those track days, and the iconic paintjob of the original, you have yourself a hell of a car.

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