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Ford Mustang Boss 302 1970 . Yes, I know, that's a lot of trophies. . Hello yet again, MocPages. After improving the 1969 BOSS (the red one) beyond belief, I realised that I could make another version, since the 1968-1970 Mustangs all had the same body shape. So I made the 1970 Mustang Boss 302 in white. While the overall body shape remains the same, there are some key differences that make this car worth taking a look at. Since we're already at the front, we can clearly see that the vinyls have a different design. The whole hood isn't black anymore, instead, there's a stripe that goes all the way down from the windshield to the bonnet. A good side-view here. The doors are of a completely different shape, mainly because I was experimenting with new parts. Also, the rims are quite different here. The rear lights remain the same. As I already said; what ain't broke doesn't need fixing. The spoiler is a bit more andgled though and the Rear louvres are smoother this time around. A more direct look at the rear. Some shots from the other side. A complete view of the side. Now here's the front. This is the most important part of the car, because it's the key difference between the 69' and 70' version. Here, the headlights are much more together and instead of 4, there are only 2. I honestly like the 69' version more. A more raised view of the front. Made sure the bood sort of overshadows the headlights and grille, just like on the real thing for that aggressive look. A shot from the garage. Fits nicely on the dyno And lastly, a photo of the real deal. Thanks for visiting!


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