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Barrett-Jackson 2014: Original, unrestored 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 sells for $176,000

By - January 17, 2014 – 7:04 pm10 Comments | 20,390 views

1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429

We’ve seen quite a few fully restored Boss 429 Mustangs go up for auction the last few years, but as the saying goes, a car can only be original once. That’s why this 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 that just crossed the block at Barrett-Jackson’s Scottsdale auction was so intriguing, as it’s a matching numbers original example that’s never undergone any sort of restoration. Adding to the appeal are a Deluxe Marti Report, window sticker, original owner’s manual and warranty book that also come with the car. The price tag for originality? The hammer price and auction fees added up to a total of $176,000. That’s about $100,000 less than the going rate for a mint restored example, so consider it somewhat of a bargain. Let’s hope the new owner keeps it original and actually drives it.

You can read the official vehicle description and see our live gallery of photos from Barrett-Jackson below.

Vehicle Description:

Unrestored BOSS 429 with factory color code Raven Black, black interior, matching numbers original car. 4-speed close ratio transmission, Traction-Lok differential, visibility group, raised white letter tires, console, power front disc brakes, power steering, interior décor group, AM radio, deluxe belts and warning lights, color keyed racing mirrors, competition suspension, functional front air spoiler and trunk mounted battery. Documents include framed Deluxe Marti Report, Window Sticker, original owner’s manual, warranty book and BOSS 429 supplement to owner’s manual. Smog pump setup removed years ago has been restored and is in the trunk.

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