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Mustang Boss 302: From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car
     

Mustang Boss 302: From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car

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by Donald Farr, Parnelli Jones (Foreword by)
 

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Mustang Boss 302

From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car

Boss 302: The name invokes visions of stripes, spoilers, and Parnelli Jones screaming to a Trans-Am championship in a School Bus Yellow Mustang. When Ford needed a muscular Mustang to homologate a special engine for Trans-Am racing and to compete against the Camaro Z/28 on the street, the Boss 302 met

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Mustang Boss 302

From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car

Boss 302: The name invokes visions of stripes, spoilers, and Parnelli Jones screaming to a Trans-Am championship in a School Bus Yellow Mustang. When Ford needed a muscular Mustang to homologate a special engine for Trans-Am racing and to compete against the Camaro Z/28 on the street, the Boss 302 met the challenge—and became a legend in muscle car and racing history.

For over 40 years, Ford waited for the right Mustang and the right 5.0-liter engine to bring back the Boss 302 name for a modern reincarnation of the original. Like its 1969–1970 predecessor, the 2012 Boss 302 Mustang was bred for racing, by racing.

Donald Farr’s Boss Mustang: From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car is the complete story of the Boss 302 Mustang, from trans-am victor to modern muscle. 

Donald Farr has been on staff at Mustang Monthly Magazine for 30 years. In addition to his magazine work, Donald authored Mustang Boss 302: Ford’s Trans-Am Ponycar and co-wrote How to Restore Your Mustangwith Mustang Monthly founder Larry Dobbs. He currently owns the 1966 Mustang GT that his grandfather purchased new.

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"Words blur like dotted white lines on a dark empty highway, and life is just cool as can be in the new book: Mustang Boss 302: From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car. This isn’t a book merely for Mustang enthusiasts; it is a given they have to own it. That is just one of the rules. For others, get it because this is a book that will re-energize your character. A reader regains that carefree whimsical do-it-all energy you used to hold so dear like the times before you became such a politically correct stiff." - Go2Geiger.com / Radioactive Drag Racing News

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760345344
Publisher:
Motorbooks
Publication date:
09/16/2013
Edition description:
Second, Revised & Updated
Pages:
160
Sales rank:
588,281
Product dimensions:
9.10(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.90(d)

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From the Publisher
"Words blur like dotted white lines on a dark empty highway, and life is just cool as can be in the new book: Mustang Boss 302: From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car. This isn’t a book merely for Mustang enthusiasts; it is a given they have to own it. That is just one of the rules. For others, get it because this is a book that will re-energize your character. A reader regains that carefree whimsical do-it-all energy you used to hold so dear like the times before you became such a politically correct stiff." - Go2Geiger.com / Radioactive Drag Racing News

Meet the Author

As editor of Mustang Monthly magazine, Donald Farr has been researching and writing about Mustangs for over 30 years. In addition to his magazine work, Farr authored Mustang Boss 302: Ford's Trans-Am Pony Car and co-wrote How to Restore Your Mustang and the Mustang Recognition Guide with Mustang Monthly founder Larry Dobbs. Farr was inducted into the Mustang Hall of Fame in 2012.

Donald Farr has been on staff at Mustang Monthly Magazine for 30 years. In addition to his magazine work, Donald authored Mustang Boss 302: FordÆs Trans-Am Ponycar and co-wrote How to Restore Your Mustang with Mustang Monthly founder Larry Dobbs. He currently owns the 1966 Mustang GT that his grandfather purchased new. Rufus Parnell "Parnelli" Jones is an American racing legend. As a driver, he has won races and championships in a wide variety of machinery, including sprint cars, midget cars, stock cars, off-road vehicles, sports cars, Trans-Am cars, and Indy cars. A winner of three Indy 500s (one as a driver, two as a car owner), among his many other career highlights was winning the 1970 Trans-Am Championship in a Mustang Boss 302.

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Mustang Boss 302: From Racing Legend to Modern Muscle Car 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anyone up for some AMERICAN MUSCLE? This is alot of sweet rides •• U
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It's ok. It had a very long intro that just told about hs accomplishments.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is great because I love The Ford Mustangs but in the first part it gives so much out theres nothing else to talk about
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For anyone who loved the original Boss 302, this book tells the story of how the all-new Boss 302 was created.