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Old meets new: Retrobuilt classic Boss 302 conversion for the S197 Mustang

By - September 28, 2010 – 7:10 am11 Comments | 29,563 views

Retrobuilt Boss 302 Mustang

For those Mustang fans that want the styling of the classic Boss 302 with the convenience and performance of the new S197 Mustang, Retrobuilt of Nixa, Missouri has a possible solution. The company will fully convert any 2005 to current Mustang to look like a 1970 Boss 302, although it’s easy to tell that the proportions aren’t quite exact. The conversion package includes fiberglass body panels plus a shaker hood assembly, 18″ custom wheels, HID headlights, authentic stainless steel trim and more.

Both fastback and convertible models are available, and the complete package is priced at $32,900 and $33,900, respectively, although that doesn’t include the price of the donor car.

Retrobuilt Boss 302 Mustang Conversion Package features:

  • Installation and Finishing of complete kit
  • Fiberglass Front Clip replacement  panels
  • Fiberglass Deck Lid replacement panel
  • Fiberglass Rear Valance replacement panel
  • Fiberglass Rear Tail Light replacement panel
  • Fiberglass over metal Door panels
  • Fiberglass over metal Rear Quarter panels
  • Custom made Stainless Steel Trim
  • Rear Window Louvers  (Fastback only)
  • Rear Deck Lid Spoiler (Fastback only/Convertible option)
  • Authentic  Steel Headlight Buckets, Metal Bumpers, Door Handles, Mirrors, Side Marker Lights
  • Custom Top Boot  (Convertible only)
  • Roll Bar (Convertible only)
  • Authentic BOSS 302 Strip kit
  • Complete Shaker Hood Assembly
  • 18” Custom Wheels
  • Performance Tires
  • Upgraded HID Headlights
  • Custom Hood Pins
  • Choice of Standard Exterior Colors

[Source: Retrobuilt]




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