1969 Boss Mustang Brings Muscle Cars Back

The late ‘60s and early ‘70s were undisputedly the era of muscle cars. Although today’s high-powered supercars are certainly impressive, they just can’t stack up to the badass nature of the classics. Of those, Ford’s 1969 Mustang is one of the best.

Car enthusiasts all over can instantly recognize the powerful lines and blocky ends of the iconic car. Now, thanks to Classic Recreations, modern drivers have a chance to get behind the wheel of their very own muscle car. With genuine reproduction parts from Ford and the incredible craftsmanship of the team at Classic Recreations, the Boss 429 Mustang is one you don’t want to miss.

A Car To Envy

Getting to drive a 1969 Mustang at all is a great experience. Getting to drive one that has been updated to modern supercar specs is even better. That’s exactly what the Boss 429 Mustang is.

Also known as the “Boss 9” in collector circles, it comes from an original 1969 body. Then, it gets a custom-built Boss 429 engine that spits out a whopping 815 horsepower. The fuel-injected 8.4-liter V8 is no joke.

Classic Recreations’ owner, Jason Engel, says that putting out new Boss 429s will give people the opportunity to drive the rare car. He also says, “With modern chassis and engine tech these cars will actually be faster and easier to drive than the original.”

Looking Good

Of course, a huge part of muscle cars is that they need to look just as good as they drive. The Boss 429 won’t have any problem with that.

Classic Recreations is offering it in a wide array of custom paint colors. Meanwhile, the inside features Scat Elite Seats, a Lecarra Aluminum steering wheel, and Boss 429 200mph gauges.

 

With these eye-catching features, you’ll be looking and sounding good wherever you go. Not that anyone will be able to see you for long when you race past. Learn More

 

 

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