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Well! Here it is... some pics... this baby's going to be torn apart and re-built from scratch...

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0F02G 188769
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Center Console
Front and Rear Spoilers
Rear Window Slats
Original Space Saver Spare
Fold-Down Rear Seat
Chrome Magnum 500 Wheels
8000rpm Tachometer
Hurst Shifter

Still waiting for Kevin Marti for other details...

Are those hood-latches original??? I heard they could be dealer-installed...

http://www.caffe.co.za/stang/images/boss/bossfront.jpg

And the exhaust cut-outs in the rear valence???

http://www.caffe.co.za/stang/images/boss/bossback.jpg

The numbers match. The exhaust manifolds are there. Eight screw valve-covers. Air filter is present (not shown). Rev-limiter is present.

http://www.caffe.co.za/stang/images/boss/bossmotor.jpg

http://www.caffe.co.za/stang/images/boss/bosscarb.jpg

Even the Space-Saver Spare!

http://www.caffe.co.za/stang/images/boss/bosssaver.jpg
 

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What a great find. The hood locks and cut out rear valence
did not come on BOSS Cars. Nothing wrong with having them though. Good Luck on your restoration.
 

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Great find!!!
 
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Cool - Another Boss saved!

Just from a quick glance - the carb is not correct. Not sure how detailed and correct you're going to get, but the radiator's not right, either.

Does it run?
 

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Tell me more... tell me about the carb...! What should I look for? 780 Cfm ... what else?

Yup... the radiator was most probably replaced... what would be the correct part number?

The original owner imported the car himself from new... so I don't understand the hhod latches and valence... I doubt that would have been done here in South Africa...?
Any other info...?
 

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Lucky find, I wouldn't mind seeing that one in my gerage!
 
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