About Ford Boss 302
In the late 1960s, Ford stole Larry Shinoda from GM and put him on a secret project, and when the press asked what he was working on, he replied, "the boss's car." The boss's car turned out to be the 1969 Ford Boss 302, a high-performance version of the Mustang. The first Boss was only available for the 1969 and 1970 model years and Ford revived it again in 2012 for another two-year spell. In its second incarnation, the car got an even higher trim in the Boss 302 Laguna Seca Edition. Besides the sportier styling and its high-performance suspension, shocks, wheels, exhaust, and transmission, the Boss 302 differs from the standard Mustang by its engine. That small-block V8 engine is also called Ford Boss 302. The Ford Boss 302 block is really a hybrid of similar high-performance V8 engines produced by the automaker. For those who want more oomph from their Boss 302, Ford Racing offers big-bore versions of this engine block. You can find the both incarnations of the car and its iconic engine block among the wide selection of Ford Boss 302 offered by trusted sellers on eBay.