1969 Boss 429 Mustang With Just 18,000 Miles Headed To Mecum Auction
All I want for Christmas is a Boss 429. These pockets aren’t that deep, but somebody who wants to snag a super low-mileage 1969 Boss 429 Ford Mustang right before the holidays, here’s your chance. You can find it at the Mecum auction in Kansas City this week. Over the course of its 49-year-old life, this Wimbledon White rare classic (KK no. 1857) has only put about 18,000 miles on the clock.
That’s definitely going to make the price of this rare fastback skyrocket. There’s no telling how much this car will go for, but this highly desired auto could fetch more than half a million dollars easily. Back in 2013, an unrestored black 1969 Boss 429 sold for $417,000 at a Mecum Auction in Kissimmee, Florida. Two years ago, a restored black 429 sold for half a million in Palm Beach at a Barrett-Jackson auction. This is a low-mileage gem that will rake in quite a few dollars.
From what we know from the auction listing, it was sold brand new at Southeast Ford Sales in Parma Heights, Ohio. It features the Deluxe Marti report along with all of the original documentation. It also has the original drivetrain, a close ratio 4-speed transmission, 820-T 429/390 hp engine, 3.91 Traction-Lok differential, Competition suspension, power steering, and power brakes with front discs. All interiors were black vinyl complete with bucket seats. The exterior is in the aforementioned Wimbledon White with Magnum 500 wheels wrapped with Goodyear Polyglas rubber.