Fans of Mustang are all around the globe and majority of them would like to own one such muscle car. Classic Recreations has been given green light by Ford and Shelby to build a pony car from start. They showcased at 2018 SEMA Show and the car in question is Mustang Boss 429. Boss 429 has been revived from 1969 and packs a punch just like the original. It has not been built from the scratch and continuation carmaker started with the original. Mustang Boss 429 was restored to factory condition.
Boss 429 was fitted with upgraded engine which comprises of massive 9.0 liter V8 (546 cubic-inch) engine that offers a whopping 815 horsepower. The engine is mated with Tremec manual transmission and includes Kaase Boss 9 cylinder heads, a MagnaFlow stainless steel exhaust, and Worx long-tube headers. Mustang Boss 429 is painted in Vengeance Black and rides on a set of 18-inch American Racing VJ529 modular alloys wearing Michelin Pilot Sport rubber which has steam-roller 315 cross sections at the back (225 at the front). Rotors are slotted, cross-drilled, and zinc-washed with Wilwood six-piston front and four-piston rear brakes.
Interior of Mustang Boss 429 has TMI seats, a Lecerra aluminum steering wheel, a completely custom center console, Old Air a/c, and a Kicker Audio system. If any buyer is interested in it, Classic Recreation will build it for them. Nonetheless, other offering includes Boss 302, Mach 1, wide variety of Shelby GT350 and GT500 versions and sole CR-1 Camaro. As you have predicted, the tuned muscle car won’t be cheap. These types of continuation Mustang vehicles have asking price of $150 to $250k. We expect that Mustang Boss 429 could be around $150k.