** SOLD **- TRUE 70 BOSS 302 SHAKER G CODE CAR WITH VERY SOLID BODY. ITS DRIVER QUALITY. THE 302 RUNS GREAT WITH OUT SMOKING BUT I THINK ITS NOT MATCHING BECAUSE OF ENGINE DATE CODE 0E12. THE 4 SPEED TOP LOADER GOES THRU GEARS GOOD AND ITS FROM A 67 FAIRLANE 390. IT APPEARS TO HAVE CORRECT 9 INCH REAR WITH 3.50 LOCKER AND IT HAS THE (N) FOR NODULAR. IT DRIVES OUT GREAT, STEERS STRAIGHT AND THE POWER DISC BRAKES STOP IT… NOW. ALSO HAS FOLD DOWN REAR SEAT. THE RUST TO DEAL WITH ON THIS CAR IS HARDLY ANY FOR A CAR SOLD NEW IN ILLINOIS AND STAYED THERE ITS WHOLE LIFE UNTIL WE BOUGHT IT. THEY HAD BONDOED OVER SOME RUSTLHOLES IN THE VERY REAR OF QUARTERS AND ITS CRACKING. BEHIND ONE OF THEM THERE IS LIKE 3) 1/2 INCH RUST HOLES. THE DRIVER DOOR HAS BUBBLE SPOTS ON ONLY THE OUTSIDE IN BOTH CORNERS AND 1 CORNER ON PASSENGER DOOR. THE LAST SPOT IS IN THE BACK OF FLOOR PAN WHERE A SHEET OF FACTORY METAL GOES OVER ANOTHER AND THE EXPOSED SHEET HAS A 1 INCH HOLE THAT DOESN'T GO THRU TO OTHER SHEET. THE FLOORS AND FRAME RAILS AND TORQUE BOXES ARE IN FANTASTIC CONDITION ALONG WITH ALL EXTERIOR PANELS OTHER THAN WHERE MENTIONED. INTERIOR NEEDS REPLACING BUT INSIDE ALL WORKS, OPENS, CLOSES AND STUFF. EVERYTHING ON CAR WORKS EXCEPT CLOCK, E BRAKE AND HORN. HORN WORKS IF YOU PLUG IN WIRE AT HORN BUT IT STAYS ON. THE MARTY REPORT SHOWS WHAT IT CAME WITH WHEN NEW AND IT HAS A COUPLE OF NICE ADDITIONAL OPTIONS LIKE DELUXE INTERIOR, TACH, THE MAGNUM 500 RIMS AND POWER STEERING BUT IT WAS REMOVED. THE CORRECT STEERING ARM IS ON IT AND PART OF THE RAM. LET ME KNOW YOUR QUESTIONS I WILL DO MY BEST TO ANSWER PREFERABLY BY PHONE BUT ALSO EMAIL. NOTE: Selling as is with no warranty. 97 photos posted and the last one is the vin tag. See short video on www.500classicauto.com if you are not on there now. Changes for the 1970 model year from 1969 included side "hockey stick" stripes which started along the top of the hood, along with the 1970 grille which replaced the four headlights with two vents in the outside position while retaining dual headlights within the grille opening. The dual exhaust system was redesigned, along with the competition suspension and a standard Hurst shifter. The intake valves were slightly smaller, and cast aluminum valve covers replaced the chrome.4 With a suggested price of $3,720, a total of 7,013 were sold. In addition to a lower ride height, standard equipment included front disc brakes, larger sway bars, heavier duty spindles, reinforced shock towers, a four speed manual transmission, and the solid-lifter Boss 302 V8 engine, with its free-breathing Cleveland style heads, which had valves larger than most engines more than a third larger in displacement. This "G Code" engine was rated at 290 HP. The 1970 model could accelerate from 0 to 60 MPH in 6.9 seconds, and the quarter mile took 14.6 seconds, reaching a speed of 98 MPH. WE DELIVER ALL OVER THE WORLD. FINANCE THIS CAR AS LOW AS 2.79% AND NEXT DAY FUNDING AT LATEST. CALL FOR INFO.
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