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Old 08-11-2022, 03:57 AM
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Default Original Paint '71 Mustang Boss 351, Wow.

Got to be one of the best preserved unrestored Boss 351s...very cool.

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Old 08-11-2022, 05:24 AM
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Were the front ends of these were painted separately like GM did? Not knocking the car in any way, just notice the fenders look different. My favorite Mustang ever, thanks for posting Tony.
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Old 08-11-2022, 06:34 AM
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I’m a Bowtie guy but these ‘71 B-351’s are considered by many to be kings of the small block musclecar era. Just imagine if Ford would’ve dropped these into the smaller & lighter ‘69-70 Mustangs!
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I did not see in the ad if the drive train was original to the car? Great example.
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Were the front ends of these were painted separately like GM did? Not knocking the car in any way, just notice the fenders look different. My favorite Mustang ever, thanks for posting Tony.
I noticed that also, front clip is a lighter shade of white.

Many of these photos were taken at the cool old Alameda Navy Base.
Some of the massive yellow airplane hangers have been turned into breweries and restaurants. Awesome historical place.
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Would need a full inspection, Stripes are completely wrong, especially the front fenders, wrong vacuum advance, alternator and pulley, wrong radiator ect...

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I drag raced one with my 70 LT-1 Corvette. It was fender to fender. Stout motor.
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