Ford Mustang Boss 302
Ever since the first retro Mustangs appeared in showrooms across America, Ford fans have asked for the return of the Boss 302. For those who don’t know, Ford introduced the Boss 302 in 1969 as a racing car homologation special intended for Trans-Am races. And 43 years later, Ford revived the Boss 302 with a new 5.0-liter Coyote V8. It delivered 444 HP and 380 lb-ft of torque.
This was an almost pure racing car with no back seats, a factory-installed roll cage, and a host of other external and internal modifications. As you would expect, the performance was better than a regular Mustang GT. The 2012 Boss 302 could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 3.97 seconds and top 155 mph.
However, the modern Boss 302 was an expensive limited production model when it first came out. And, since it was so good, the demand for well-preserved examples is high. So, the prices are well beyond the average 2012 Mustang GT. So, if you want to become the owner of a new age Boss 302, don’t hesitate, since good examples will not get any more affordable.