Documented Numbers Matching Rotisserie Restored Mustang Boss 429 4 Speed

1969 Ford Mustang

Technical specifications of Ford Mustang 1969

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Local pick-up only
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: Boss 429
Type: Other
Doors: 2
Year: 1969
Mileage: 1
Color: White
Engine size: 429 V8
Transmission: Manual
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description


The beneficiary of a 13-year concours-style restoration that utilized mostly original and NOS components
Original 429 cubic inch Cobra Jet V8
Original Toploader 4-speed manual transmission
Correct Wimbledon White single-stage paint
Correct Black Clarion Knit vinyl interior
Sale includes: An Eminger Document / Restoration photos / Restoration receipts
Sale includes: Ford Customer Relationship Center paperwork / A Deluxe Marti Auto Works Report
Correct Competition Suspension / Original 15-inch Magnum 500 wheels
Correct power steering / Correct power front disc and rear drum brakes
Correct Ford 9-inch rear axle

Here at RK Motors Charlotte we've made a tradition out of showcasing some of the finest muscle cars in the world. But some of those classics are so rare that they're almost impossible to find. Take Ford's legendary Mustang Boss 429, for example. The last world-class, real-deal Boss 429 we came across was a 1969 Candyapple Red car which rolled out of our showroom almost FIVE years ago. So, it's only natural that, when we found this fully documented, numbers-matching Wimbledon White stunner, we simply couldn't wait to share it with you! Fresh out of a nut-and-bolt concours restoration, and packing an original 429/4-speed drivetrain, this fully documented Boss, KK 429 NASCAR 1746, provides one serious investor the best of both worlds: ownership and enjoyment of one of Detroit's ultimate muscle cars, and solid equity in a highly exclusive collector car!


If nothing else, this impressive pony is rolling proof that you should never judge a book by its cover. Or, for our more logic-minded readers: everything happens for a reason. The simple pigment you see in our high resolution photography reflects a correct shade of Wimbledon White. And that correct shade of Wimbledon White comes courtesy of old school single-stage paint. Why, you ask, is a $350K classic finished in such elementary digs? Because the owner of this killer coupe spent the better part of 13 years returning the car to exactly the state it was originally sold in. Actually, come to think of it, "13 years" is a bit misleading, as the car's nut-and-bolt concours restoration really began in the 1990s under the stewardship of a previous owner. When the present owner purchased the project, circa 2003, he inherited a car that was 95% original and decided to focus much of his time on finding missing NOS and date-correct parts. That translates to a numbers-matching Boss 429 that, in addition to featuring many rebuilt and original components, strives to be 100% authentic in both appearance and feel.

That said, we are talking about a restored car, and many steps have been taken to ensure its integrity. For starters, it was completely disassembled, chemically dipped, fully stripped and professionally e-coated. A full suite of date-correct ECS Automotive Concepts glass was ordered to complement a correct spoiler and official FoMoCo lighting. All of the car's chrome and stainless has been professionally restored and professionally polished. And everything is held together by high quality AMK Products hardware.


Lift the sculpted hood and you'll find an original, 429 cubic inch Cobra Jet V8 that's restored and ready to rock and roll thanks to Marion Performance Racing Engines of Marion, Arkansas! While Dearborn brass rated these lethal powerplants at 375 horses for the sake of appeasing whiny insurance agents, the fact that the mills actually made over 500 horsepower was one of Detroit's worst kept secrets. That's because Ford unapologetically developed their exclusive 'nine' to be a homologation piece for MoPar-hunting NASCAR blocks of the same ilk. At full throttle, the flapper valve opens, drawing cool oxygen through a correctly painted ram air induction system in to an original Holley carburetor, restored by Pony Carburetors. Below that juice box, correct 'crescent' heads seat a correct aluminum intake between massive aluminum valve covers. At the front of that intake, an original points distributor sequences spark between a marked coil and pliable Autolite Radio Resistance cables. A correct hydraulic cam breathes through cast iron exhaust manifolds, which conduct an octane-fueled symphony through factory-spec Scott Fuller pipes. In front of those tubes, traditional V-belts spin correct power steering and a correctly marked alternator beneath factory smog equipment and a Ford Blue water pump. Speaking of water, a marked, original radiator cycles coolant through reproduction Autolite hoses and old school screw clamps. As you can see from our photos, the Ford Blue beast is homed in a solid engine bay that's finished in a smooth coat of Satin Black paint. And details are concours-level, from the car's original starter and vivid Autolite voltage regulator to its correct fuel pump and fresh ECS decals.


Take a peek under this Ford and you'll find an exceptionally clean chassis that's framed in correctly oversprayed floors. At the center of those floors, an original Toploader 4-speed spins a tagged Dead Nuts On driveshaft, which is threaded to a DSD-restored Ford 9-inch. That awesome drivetrain is held off the ground by a marked and rebuilt Competition Suspension that, thanks to DSD Restorations, is correct all the way down to its original KKX spindles and reproduction KKX shocks. At the ends of that suspension, correct power steering combines with correct power front disc and rear drum brakes to provide competent track capability. The aforementioned Scott Fuller pipes funnel roasted dinosaurs through an H-shaped crossover, small resonators and a transverse muffler. And at the sides of those anodized tubes, original Magnum 500s twist reproduction F60-15 Goodyear Polyglas GTs around galloping horse center caps.


Take a look inside this Boss and you'll find a correct Clarion Knit vinyl interior that shows little to no weathering. Correct bench and hi-back bucket seats are in excellent shape, no doubt receiving some professional upholstery work. In front of those seats, a dual-cowl dash hangs factory telemetry, professionally restored by The Tachman, above a correct Philco radio. Below the dash, a correct console founds a chrome shifter on fresh carpet and fresh sound deadening material. Sound deadening material also serves as the foundation for a tight headliner that's accented by tagged sun visors. At the sides of the car, sculpted door panels center bright wood applique behind Python seatbelts. In front of the driver, a professionally restored Rim Blow Steering Wheel laps stainless-trimmed foot pedals. And behind the cockpit, a small trunk anchors a correct Space Saver tire opposite a correct reproduction battery.


According to Kevin Marti of Marti Auto Works, this clean coupe was bolted together in Dearborn, Michigan on May 1st, 1969. Here's a thorough breakdown of the car's Eminger Document and Deluxe Marti Auto Works Report:



9 1969 model year
F Built in Dearborn, Michigan
02 Mustang Sportsroof
Z 429 cubic inch, 4V Boss engine
192872nd Ford vehicle scheduled for production at Dearborn
63B Mustang Sportsroof
M Ford #1619-A Wimbledon White paint
DAA Black Clarion Knit vinyl interior with hi-back bucket seats
02E Scheduled to be built on May 2, 1969
892001 Transportation Services Ordering District under special order #2001
V 3.91 Traction-Lok axle
6 4-speed, close-ratio manual transmission


4-speed, close-ratio manual transmission
Traction-Lok differential
Visibility Group
F60x15 raised white letter tires
Power front disc brakes
Power steering
Deluxe Interior Dcor Group
AM radio
Deluxe belts complete with warning light
Color-keyed racing mirrors
Competition Suspension
Functional front air spoiler
Trunk-mounted battery



- Floor-mounted shifter
- Vinyl bucket seats
- Adjustable quarter windows
- Tinted rear window
- Pushbutton seatbelts
Wimbledon White ($00)
429 cubic inch 4V Cobra Jet high output V8 with ram air induction ($1,208.35)
Functional front air spoiler ($13.05)
85-amp trunk-mounted battery ($32.44)
High-back bucket seats ($84.25)
4-speed manual transmission ($253.92)
Traction-Lok differential ($63.51)
Visibility Group ($11.16)
F60x15 wide oval belted black sidewall tires with raised white letters ($00)
Console ($53.82)
Power steering ($94.95)
Power front disc brakes ($64.77)
Deluxe Interior Dcor Group ($120.48)
AM radio ($61.40)
Deluxe belts complete with warning light ($15.59)
Color-keyed racing mirrors ($19.48)
Competition Suspension ($30.64)

TOTAL OPTIONS: $2,127.81
CAR DELIVERED TO: Whitson Ford Inc. of Pensacola, Florida


The aforementioned Eminger Document
A Boss 429 Supplement to 1969 Mustang Owner's Manual
Restoration photos
A stack of restoration receipts
The aforementioned Deluxe Marti Auto Works Report
Official Ford Customer Relationship Center paperwork
A reproduction Window Sticker
A Mustang Boss 429 tag

If your definition of collector car involves the terms "highly accurate", "beautifully presented", and "meticulously crafted", it's your lucky day! This investment grade Ford is a fast, rare and extremely impressive example of America's coolest pony car. Don't miss your chance to take home a world class Boss 429!

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