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1969 Ford Mustang "BOSS 302.0"

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We are have started another cool project in the V8 Speed & Resto Shop (AKA V8TV) - The BOSS 302.0!

This 1969 Mustang was literally a barn find and will be going through a complete transformation in our shop with some high-tech parts designed to make this a comfortable street cruiser that will also perform on an autocross or road course.

The body shell will remain stock appearing, except for the addition of some carbon fiber body pieces from Anvil Auto. The Steinhauser Design rendering illustrates the clean appearance with the Anvil carbon fiber hood, bumpers, rear deck, quarter extensions, and dash face. Also visible are the Forgeline wheels and big brakes.   The car will feature many restoration parts from CJ Pony Parts

Under the hood is a Ford Racing 5.0 Coyote engine and a manual transmission. The suspension is all from Detroit Speed, utilizing their new Mustang Aluma-Frame and Mustang QUADRALink in the rear.

We will be posting pictures and videos of the build of this car on our site and on several others, so stay tuned!



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1969 Mustang "BOSS 302.0 "CJ Pony Parts Quarter Panel Install Video Pt. 2 V8TV
Click For More! This is the second part of the quarter panel installation on our 1969 Mustang project called the "BOSS 302.0".  In this video, we replace that panel and the inner wheel tubs using a new reproduction quarter panel from CJ Pony Parts and a Detroit Speed and Engineering deep inner wheel tub.
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1969 Mustang "BOSS 302.0 "CJ Pony Parts Quarter Panel Install Video Pt. 1 V8TV
Click For More! Our 1969 Mustang project called the "BOSS 302.0" had some crash damage and rust in the bottom of the driver side quarter panel. In this video, we replace that panel and the inner wheel tubs using a new reproduction quarter panel from CJ Pony Parts and a Detroit Speed and Engineering deep inner wheel tub.
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1969 Mustang BOSS 302.0 Detroit Speed QUADRALink Install Video V8TV
Click For More! Now that the Detroit Speed Aluma Frame front suspension had been installed on our 1969 Mustang BOSS 302.0, it was time to start the DSE Deep Tub tub and QUADRALink installation. First, V8TV Fabricator John Moss started out by removing the old section of frame rail so he could weld in the new piece, which will allow for a bigger tire. Once the new metal was in, he welded on the DSE supplied reinforcement plates to insure these new frame pieces would go anywhere. Next was the wheel tub itself. Which if it didn't provide room for a bigger tire, you could hardly tell it wasn't a factory piece when it was fully welded. Now John could start installing the channel piece for the DSE QUADRALink, which we'll finish at a later date. Next time, we'll be replacing the driver's quarter panel with a new piece from CJ Pony Parts
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1969 Ford Mustang "Boss 302.0" Project Intro Video
Click For More! This is the first video in the series covering the build of the 1969 Mustang BOSS 302.0. This pro touring style Mustang relies on late-model power and performance, while keeping the classic 1969 Mustang's appearance. To achieve this, the V8TV crew called upon Steinhauser Design to create the rendering to highlight the specific pieces and overall design. Components include a carbon fiber dash, hood, bumpers, rear deck, and quarter extensions from Anvil Auto. A complete Detroit Speed & Engineering Aluma-Frame front suspension system and rear QUADRALink , Forgeline wheels, and Toyo tires will make the car stick to the road.  The BOSS  302.0 is powered by a new Ford Coyote 5.0 V-8 engine and a five speed manual transmission, and a Currie 9-inch rear end. Restoration pieces from CJ Pony Parts will make the car look fresh and crisp.  In this chapter, the V8 Speed & Resto crew extracts the car from a barn and begins the transformation.

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1969 Mustang BOSS 302.0 Detroit Speed Aluma-Frame Install Video V8TV
Click For More!It's important to determine the intended usage of a car before you choose the parts.  In the case of the 1969 Ford Mustang called the BOSS 302.0, the owner wanted a comfortable driving car on the street, but also a competent performer on a road course or autocross track.  To accomplish this, we chose the new Detroit Speed and Engineering Aluma-Frame front suspension and QUADRALink rear suspension systems. The Aluma-Frame is a rigid aluminum subframe that mounts a tubular suspension system that incorporates revised suspension geometry, strong tubular control arms, Corvette spindles, tunable shock absorbers, and a splined swaybar.   The combination of these pieces and the revised geometry deliver excellent driving manners on both city streets and high-speed twisty conditions. This video shows the installation of the entire front suspension system.  Be sure to check out the entire BOSS 302.0 build photo gallery at http://www.v8tvshow.com/boss .
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1969 Ford Mustang "Boss 302.0" Links & Resources

Click For More! Here's the list of manufacturers whose products are found on the 1969 Ford Mustang "Boss 302.0"   Be sure to tell them V8TV sent you when you contact these companies for your Mustang parts!

 

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Detroit Speed & Engineering

Aluma-Frame Front Suspension, QUADRALink Rear Suspension


CJ Pony Parts

Restoration Parts, Sheetmetal, Interior, Trim


Anvil Auto

Carbon Fiber Hood, Decklid, Bumpers, Trim

Ford Racing Performance Parts

5.0 Coyote Crate Engine & Harness

MagnaFlow

Exhaust 

Royal Purple

Synthetic Fluids

 

Evercoat

Body Fillers and Spray Polyester Filler

 

Vintage Air

Air Conditioning, Front Runner Accessory Drive

 

HTP America, Inc.

Welders & Equipment 



Forgeline Wheels

Custom Racing Wheels


Steinhauser Design

Design And Renderings

 

SK Tools

Hand Tools & Storage 



Hydratech Braking

Hydroboost Power Assist



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