Ford Mustang Boss 429 Goes Back Into Production At The SEMA

George Mwangi

Finding an authentic Ford Mustang Boss 429 can be difficult because of the muscle car’s low production run over just two model years in 1969 and 1970. Classic Recreations will make getting one at this year’s SEMA show with the launch of the first officially licensed Boss 429 continuation cars.

Classic Recreations will display the first new Boss 429 at the Centerforce Clutches at SEMA. The car there won’t pack the motorsport-derived 7.0-liter V8 like the originals. Instead, there will be a fuel-injected 8.4-liter V8 under the hood making 815 horsepower (608 kilowatts). It’ll hook up to a Centerforce DYAD clutch and flywheel.
The original Boss 429 let Ford homologate its 429-cubic-inch (7.0-liter) V8 for use in NASCAR. The rules at the time required automakers to sell at least 500 powerplants to customers before being able to use it for competition. The mill was so big that Ford had to take Mustangs off the…

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