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Boss 429 Powered 1969 Ford Torino Talladega

· Factory Ford Torino Talladega, one of only 738 produced in 1969 and one of only 258 in Royal Maroon

· Street legal with functioning headlights, brake lights & turn signals

· Fully sorted car, ready for street or track use

· Professionally built in California over a 20 year period to replicate the factory Ford Torino NASCAR race cars of the era

· NASCAR Boss 429 engine!!!! (recently freshened) I put the value of this motor at well over $60,000.00!

· Dyno verified 869.7 HP at 6500 RPM & 785 LB FT. of torque at 4700 RPM (dyno sheet available)

· Builder began collecting priceless original NASCAR Boss 429 engine parts in 1970

· It took 25 years to find all the correct parts necessary to assemble the engine

· Engine has been bored and stroked to 598 cubic inches

· Magnesium NASCAR Boss 429 Spyder intake manifold

· 4500 Series 1250 CFM Dominator carburetor

· NASCAR aluminum Boss 429 C9AE-C heads with D port intake & exhaust ports

· 2.40 Intake valves & 1.90 exhaust valves

· Intake flows 413 CFM @ 28” @ .800 lift, exhaust flows 302 CFM @ 28” @ .800 lift

· Magnesium Holman-Moody NASCAR Boss 9 valve covers (the actual set off of one of David Pearson’s race cars)

· Magnesium NASCAR dry sump 2 piece oil pan

Eagle 4340 forged steel H beam rods, L19 rod bolts
· Ross forged flat top pistons which yield 11.0:1 compression ratio

· 494 Can-Am forged steel crankshaft offset ground to 4.50 Stroke with 4.60 bore

· Isky roller camshaft – intake duration 262 degrees @ .050, .672 lift with .028 valve lash

· Exhaust duration 268 degrees @ .050, 6.72 lift with .028 valve lash

· Aluminum race spec radiator with dual electric fans

· Braided lines throughout engine bay

· Correct Nascar spec 4-speed top loader transmission with Lakewood scatter shield

· New McLeod dual disc clutch

· NASCAR 9 inch rear end with full-floating 31 spline axles utilizing a Ford nodular case

· Detroit Locker with 3.31 gears

· Custom 2-1/8” to 2-1/4” step headers hand built by R.E.F. in Kingman, AZ

· Merge collectors into 4” oval Spin Tech mufflers

· Front suspension features Afco coilovers and Global West lower control arms

· Afco shocks in rear

· Wilwood 4 wheel disc brakes (13 inch front rotors, 12 inch rear rotors)

· 4 piston calipers and the brakes feature fluid recirculators

· Aero Race 59-series NASCAR wheels measuring 15 x 9.5 inches all the way around with 5 inch backspacing

· Goodyear Eagle 28x10x15 tires at all four corners

· 32 gallon ATL fuel cell

· Metal work completed by Jim & Brian Tapscott of Garden Grove, California

· Finished in the factory 1969 Torino Talladega color of PPG Royal Maroon by Pro One Auto Body of Santa Ana, California

· Custom period correct graphics harking back to the NASCAR legends of the era

· Custom NASCAR-spec Torino spoiler

· Stock dash has been retained featuring the factory gauges with the addition of a 5 inch Auto Meter sport comp tachometer & shift light

· 60s era Stewart Warner gauges mounted below the dash

· Period correct NASCAR-spec steering wheel

· Dual Kirkey racing seats with RCI five-point harnesses

· 1 5/8” chromoly roll cage

· Radiator has been signed by 17 members of NASCAR and automotive royalty including Jack Roush, Junior Johnson, Bill Holbrook, Henry Ford III, Bud Moore, Cale Yarborough, David Pearson and more

· Comes with a book of history of each person who signed the car

· Formerly displayed at Benny Parsons’ estate and winery

· Featured Motor Trend, the December 2007 edition of Hot Rod Magazine and many other automotive publications

· One of only 6 cars invited to participate in "Dyno Wars" hosted by Shelby American of Las Vegas in 2012 where it achieved a dyno speed of 228 MPH @ 7,000 rpm. It was the first car ever to exceed 200 MPH on the dyno

. The car then went 250.1 mph @ 7500 rpm at Westech in Loma Linda, California! No car had ever exceeded 200 mph at their facility

· Driven on Talladega Superspeedway, Atlanta Motor Speedway, Willow Springs Raceway, The Milwaukee Mile, Gateway Raceway & was even part of the Official NASCAR Parade Lap at Talladega Superspeedway honoring the “Aero Warriors” era of NASCAR

This car is a one-of-a-kind build completed at astronomical cost that is impossible to replicate!


PRICE.... Expensive