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Galpin Auto Sports building 700 Horsepower Boss 429 inspired Mustang

August 10, 2011 Mustang News No Comments

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The 2012 Barrett Jackson Collector Car Show in Scottsdale, Arizona is a long way off but we have got word they will be auctioning off a custom one-off widebody Mustang built by Galpin Auto Sports that is inspired by the 1969 Mustang Boss 429.  The custom Mustang will feature a 700 horsepower 5.0-liter motor outfitted with a Ford Racing supercharger and a flashy Candy Apple Red Pearl exterior. Other goodies found on this one-off Mustang include Wilwood brakes, Forgiato wheels, handcrafted metal widebody panels, Roush grille, Bassani exhaust and a laundry list of other features.

The auction proceeds will be donated to the St. Jude Hospital for cancer research.

Check out the option list below.

Exterior Features:
Candy Apple Red  Pearl PPG Paint
Handcrafted metal widebody kit
Roush billet aluminum grille
Original 1969 Boss 429 hood scoop
Boss 302 Laguna Seca rear spoiler
Performance Features:
Ford Racing Supercharger
Bassani exhaust system
Comp Cams camshafts
Electronically-controlled exhaust cutout system
Wilwood 14-inch cross-drilled brakes, 6-piston front and 4-piston rear
Eibach lowering springs
Hurst short-throw shifter
Forgiato three-piece wheels
Pirelli P-Zero Rosso tires, 295/25R21 front and 335/25R22 rear

Exterior Features:

  • Candy Apple Red  Pearl PPG Paint
  • Handcrafted metal widebody kit
  • Roush billet aluminum grille
  • Original 1969 Boss 429 hood scoop
  • Boss 302 Laguna Seca rear spoiler

Performance Features:

  • Ford Racing Supercharger
  • Bassani exhaust system
  • Comp Cams camshafts
  • Electronically-controlled exhaust cutout system
  • Wilwood 14-inch cross-drilled brakes, 6-piston front and 4-piston rear
  • Eibach lowering springs
  • Hurst short-throw shifter
  • Forgiato three-piece wheels
  • Pirelli P-Zero Rosso tires, 295/25R21 front and 335/25R22 rear

Source: MustangsDaily.com




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