1971 Boss 351, 11,785 certified miles, preserved since new. $104k

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Boss 351, 38k miles, original with a few suspension improvements.

Everyone on this site knows these cars. I simply put the marketing information below. Serious buyers can PM me and I can answer all your questions.

1971 Boss 351, 11,775 certified miles, preserved since new.

Only 1806 Boss 351 Mustangs were ever built, far rarer than any Boss 302.

"The torque of a big-block with the revving ability of a Boss 302.”, "The best of everything.”

"I'd put my money on the Boss 351" - Bob Perkins

Mike Smith owned this car new from 1971 to 2006, unrestored, unaltered, original.

Documented 1 of 1 on “Deluxe” Framed Marti Report. 1971 sales invoice, mileage certification, and original documents from the original owner including pictures of the car in 1979.
  • Original paint.
  • Original interior.
  • Original exhaust.
  • Original shock absorbers.
  • Original factory build sheet in near perfect condition.
  • Original drive train, engine replaced by Ford in December 1971.
  • Original Carburetor Autolite 4300-D, D1ZZ-9510-Z, D1ZF-ZA
"That's probably the most expensive Mustang carburetor there is—a correct date-coded Boss 351," - Bob Perkins
  • Original dual point distributor, D1ZF-12127-DA.
  • Original fuel pump, water pump, and starter (rebuilt).
  • Original Goodyear Polyglas GT tires, display only.
  • Original Ford 1971 Magnum 500 wheels, D1OA-1007-AA.
  • Original spare, jack, and inflation bottle in the trunk.
Only 6% of the Boss 351s came in Performance White.

Black Clarion knit bucket seats, Mach 1 Sports Interior Group package.

The Boss 351 engine came with forged rods, forged aluminum pistons, four-bolt main caps, and a Boss 351 Cleveland block. Solid lifter cam, hardened and ground pushrods, special valve springs and keepers, large canted valves 2.19” intake, 1.71” exhaust, and a relatively high compression ratio. Four-Speed Wide ratio manual transmission. 3.91 Traction-Lok axle.
 

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canadian_red_maple_leaf

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hello from Austria,

as you might know I have a 351B too.what is your asking price for the unrestored boss?

thanks
abudi
 

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what a beautiful car. I wish I had the funds to buy it.
I hope the cars finds a new owner who appreciates the fact of it not being restored.
 

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Great looking car. I have a white car as well that is very original. Is there any way that you can get a close up pic of the decal on the radiator support? I have the remains of mine but have always wondered what was on it and if they are out there to have. Thanks so much.
 
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Great looking car. I have a white car as well that is very original. Is there any way that you can get a close up pic of the decal on the radiator support? I have the remains of mine but have always wondered what was on it and if they are out there to have. Thanks so much.
Yes, more than happy to get you that photo. Just PM me.
 
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