Already 2017 we have with a short video completely rebuilt 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 from Tuner SpeedKore presents. And now "Iron Man" Robert Downey Jr. (owner) has published new pictures of the vehicle, which we take as a reason to introduce the Mustang to you. As already mentioned, the vehicle was converted by SpeedKore and once again this project makes classic and even modern cars look really old. Speedkore is known for fantastic restomod projects like one 67er Camaro with 1.000 PS or even the 1970er Carbon Charger to stand up. And the 1970er Ford Mustang Boss 302 is no exception. Incidentally, the decision was made for the rare performace version of the pony car, which only had 1628 x built.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302 performance
The vehicle was from Detroit Speed put on a new aluminum frame. Underneath the hood is a five-liter V8 that uses Rush supercharged power to forget about the standard 290 PS and 390 NM and shakes off legendary 670 PS. So that the performance at the wheels is consistently implemented, there was a bowler differential (T56) and of course the transmission, the drives and everything else was adapted to the huge performance increase. And visually, a lot has happened. For the layman but certainly only at second glance apparent.
Carbon, carbon, carbon ...
There was a body kit that is made entirely of carbon and decorated the hood, the bumpers, the side skirts, the front splitter and the rear spoiler in carbon fiber. The rest of the body was wrapped in a striking "khaki yellow" and thus sets a skilful accent and ultimately also the perfect "heritage styling". Modern, but still extremely suitable, are the custom-made HRE Performance Wheels forged rims that are equipped with high-performance rubber from Michelin. They also shine in Heritage Style (similar to the Panasport wheel from the 60 years) and fit perfectly. Thanks to their significant lowering, they sit optimally in the wheel arch and, especially on the rear axle, come in an extremely fat format. And you have completely redesigned the cabin of the boss.
by Gabe's Street Rod Custom Interiors
The guys from “Gabe's Street Rod Custom Interiors” implemented this and an absolute highlight was also created here. There are two sporty bucket seats, loads of dark brown and black leather, a handcrafted / bespoke steering wheel and even a fully functional air conditioner is built in. RDJ looks at an analog speedometer while driving and enjoys high-quality pedals and a new sound system. A dream vehicle that Robert Downey Jr. will probably not give away anymore. If we receive timely information on further changes not mentioned so far, there will of course be an update for this report. It is best to subscribe to our feed and if there is something new you will be informed immediately. We hope you enjoy looking at the pictures.
(Photos: SpeedKore Performance Group)
Here are the details of the 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302:
- Base: 1970er Ford Mustang Boss 302 Performace
- Engine: Five-liter V8 with Rush compressor, sports exhaust system, etc.
- Performance of 290 PS and 390 NM on 670 PS
- Bowler Differential (T56)
- Carbon body kit (hood, bumper, side skirts, front splitter, rear spoiler, etc.)
- Body painted in Tuscany Khaki yellow
- Custom HRE Performance Wheels Blacksmith Wheels with Michelin Tires (Heritage Wheel Design)
- Lowering using the Pro-Touring QuadraLink chassis
- Interior of "Gabe's Street Rod Custom Interiors" (bucket seats, dark brown leather, handmade three-spoke steering wheel, air conditioning, high quality pedals, new sound system, analog speedometer)
- Bodywork is mounted on a new aluminum frame from Detroit Speed
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1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
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