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This one takes the cake A T code with a chevy engine
This is one of those fabled T codes that does not exist. They trashed it. Could have been a very expensive car. I know of three this would have been four. Should have been a 427 car if I recall correct. https://www.ebay.com/itm/1970-Ford-Musta...Dt86u_Q_zU
Some people are just stupid.

When a man is in the woods and talks and no women are there is he still wrong??
At least the bow tie is blue.
G code is a Boss 302, but....

I thought the 5th digit in that year being a G code represents a Boss 302.  Not time to look up the T right now.

It was originally a Metuchen built 1970 Boss 302 now with a 69 front end, a camaro like tail panel and a Chevy small block! What a shame to have done that to a real Boss 302.

1973 H Code Convertible - Medium Copper Metallic - June 8, 1973, Built Ford Marketing Sales Vehicle
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[Image: satellite.png] Proud Space Junk Award Winner!

1970 Mustang VIN and Data Plate Decoder Sheet
VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 0T02G111988

Assembly Plant
Code  Plant
F        Dearborn, MI
R        San Jose, CA
T          Metuchen, NJ

Body Style
Body Style
01     Hardtop
02     Sports Roof/Fastback
03     Convertible
04     Grandé
Mach 1

Code Engine
F      302-2v
G      302-4v Boss
L      250-1v
M     351-4v
Q     428-4v
R     428-4v Ram Air
T     200-1v
Z     429-4v Boss
H     351-2v
Ya what the hell were they thinking? Jeez

run_horse Run Horse Run!
John 72 Q Code
In their defence, it may have been butchered before they bought it, BUT whomever did this in the first place should be SHOT AND PISSED ON!!
Makes me sick. It's bad enough when ever some idiot puts a Chevy engine in a Ford, any Ford, but this!

I learn something new every day!
Looks like the B2 site says all of them were assembled in Dearborn (F) and so a Metuchen B2 shouldn't exist.

There actually are (T) Metuchen built 70 Boss 302's. Just not in the numbers as great as the Dearborn cars. There are subtle differences between the Dearborn and Metuchen built cars. The 69 Boss 302, 69/70 Boss 429 and 71 Boss were built exclusively in Dearborn.
But at this point it wouldn't make any difference if this Boss David found on E Bay was built in Egypt. There is so little left of the original car,it barely qualifies to even be labeled a Boss. With a Chevrolet frame, suspension, powertrain, 69 front clip and those Firebird tail lights, this car is nothing more than  something with a desirable VIN. I really hate to see something as iconic as these Boss cars end up like this one.  :o(
And...for $10.000.00 CASH ONLY, this pup can be yours!    Big Grin


No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
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