1970 Boss 302 Engine - Rebuilt and ready to go - $9000 Dallas, Texas - Vintage Mustang Forums
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Thumbs Up 1970 Boss 302 Engine - Rebuilt and ready to go - $9000 Dallas, Texas

1970 Boss 302 engine.
Located in Denison, Texas (North of Dallas)
Price: First $9000 Takes it home.
Condition: New - Rebuilt Professionally

I bought this engine with intentions of installing it in my new 67 T5 Fastback but the engine in my car is running perfect and I'm not going to touch it. Too much work to mess with something working great. It needs to go to a real Boss Mustang.

It has been Professionally machined, balanced and assembled with quality components by specialty engine / machine shop in North Texas who do professional work and take their time to do it right. This machine shop and engine builder typically builds 2-3 engines for us each year and we have "never" had mechanical issues, rework or returns. All work from this shop has been perfect and that's why we continue to use them.

The engine is complete, top to bottom but needs the front brackets and pulleys.
--> It does still have the original Crank Pulley.

.040 over aluminum pistons. (I have the original "OE" Ford Pistons that originally came with this engine and they will go to the buyer)

Block D0ZE-6015A 9f20

Heads D0ZE-6090A 9K6. (Heads professionally reworked with new valves)

Intake C9FE9424 E (Aluminum - Original to the Engine)

Crankshaft (Forged Steel - Original to the Engine)

Water Pump C60E - 4. (The original BOSS water pump comes with the car and it is in great shape - rebuildable)

NOS (original) Boss 302 valve covers.

Original harmonic balancer (Balanced to the Flywheel and rotating Assy)

New 11 flywheel (balanced with engine)

Oil pan has the real Boss 302 baffles. It appears to be a high capacity pan.

All new internal engine components.

Ready to install and run

No broken studs or stripped holes... this rebuild was done correct.

==> If you need to see more photos, please let me know.

What you see in the photos is what comes with the engine.

Local Pickup in Denison, Texas (North of Dallas) - I have no way of crating this engine but will assist with a shipping company in any way.

Thank You
Mike - 9x0x3x 8x1x6x 0x8x9x1x
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North Texas
1967 Vietnam T5 Fastback -
Green V8 4-Speed
1 of 1 Special Order approved for Export to Vietnam

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