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We Meet The Second Tuesday
Of Each Month
(except June, July & August)
at 6:30pm
at Danny's Automotive
418 N. Chesley St.
in Bellville.
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or 979-865-3187

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Susan Donley

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Mike Cox

Stampede Director:
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Steve's 1971 Boss 351 Mustang

There were only 1,806 Boss 351 Mustangs produced for this one-year wonder, offered only in the new for '71 Sportsroof bodystyle. Appearance-wise, the Boss shared much of the same eye candy of the Mach 1 including NACA duct scooped hood, honeycomb grille with color-keyed surround, twist-style hood locks, and argent colored hood, chin spoiler, stripes & lower body section. Unlike Mach 1s, Boss 351s came with a chrome front bumper.

The Boss 351 was powered by Ford's new High Output "Boss" 351 Cleveland small block rated at 330 horsepower. It came standard with special canted-valve heads, 4-bolt mains, a specially chosen crankshaft, shot-peened & magnufluxed forged connecting rods, forged pistons with 11.7:1 compression, a solid lifter cam, and a 715 cfm Autolite 4300 D on an aluminum intake, functional Ram Air hood, exhaust manifolds with larger outlets, and an electronic rev limiter. Many of these were specific to only the Boss 351.

Getting it all to the ground was a close-ratio four speed, 3.91 Traction-Lock in an N-case housing turning 31 spline axles, standard competition suspension package including staggered rear shocks.

The May 1971 issue of Hot Car magazine recorded a 13.80 @ 104mph testing session. Car & Driver reported "offers dragstrip performance that most cars with 100 cubic inches more displacement will envy." All in the new Mustang body shell that was 3 inches wider, 2 inches longer, and 400 lbs heavier than the 1970 model Mustang.

Steve's Boss is in Medium Blue Metallic with Black interior with optional console, fold down rear seat, AM/FM stereo, rear spoiler and 15" chrome Magnum 500s. Steve has been caretaker of it since 2005.

Boss 351 Front

Boss 351

Boss 351

Boss 351

Boss 351

Steves Boss 351


 

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