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Boss on eBay not much of it
This is about as little of a Boss as you can buy. Serial number and some parts, lol.
That would be a chore to find all the stuff to fix.

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When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
All i can see coming of this is a "faked" boss
Looks to me like all you are buying is the VIN and some glass.
There was another on there I think $55,000 another one of those shine it up and sell it to someone that does not know the cars. Looks like they missed all the details on it. He says in ad and video that it has 9 miles on it after restore but also says the speedometer does not work and they won't fix it you have to, lol. You can keep a car low miles a long time like that.
Wish I could sell cars like that.

When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
It could already be a rebody. Without the front fender aprons there's no telling what that chassis serial # is.
That is in very ruff shape. Floorpans gone, part of the roll cage cut away and on and on...
I really hate to see one of "Our" cars in this shape. I know you can't save them all. To David's credit he is trying to save all he can! LOL I can remember these cars new on the dealer lot and how revered and respected the Boss 351 was. Now relegated to a pile of scrap good for the Vin and a handful of parts. I Agree with garrett7. With no more car than what you see there, and 18 bids already up to $1,925.00, I see a fake Boss in the future. Guess they figure with the money the Boss and 429 Mustangs are bringing, the Vin is worth bidding on.


No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
Good thing we all know that vin now and know what it was.....

Rick, not Rich or Dick or Richard
SOLD!! 28 bids and $2,500.00 later. Just goes to show what a desirable vin is worth. Like Gold Rush said, stay tuned and watch for this vin: 1F02R162859!!


No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
The seller bought is for $700, I googled the vin and this is what I found lol


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Since the car was last a drag car - I could appreciate it being restored to that configuration. It could be a real Boss 351 drag car. I have seen many former race cars being restored from less than that. I remember a real Shelby turned into a alcohol- motored drag car. But to restore that car to a drivable street car - probably no. But if someone wanted to make a Boss restomod.... Hmmmmm. This would be the car to do it with!


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