This slice of American Muscle doesn't have much time left before the hammer comes down!

When it comes to eye-grabbing American muscle cars, the Ford Mustang Boss 302 is certainly on the list. With its fastback style and contrasting hockey stick striping, it has the aggressive muscle car styling and the potent power punch to back it up. All Collector Cars Auction is pleased to announce the auction of this incredible 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302.

Bid On This Beautiful 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Finished in a Bright Yellow and topped with the iconic black Boss 302 striping, this classic performance Mustang appears in fantastic shape. This car retains most of its originality, and it was given one repaint in its factory yellow hue. Color-keyed racing mirrors, functional front spoiler, rear deck spoiler, and a shaker hood scoop also grace the exterior. Brand new BF Goodrich Radial T/A rubber can be found on all four corners. Even more, all the glass has been tinted.

Powering the beast is a 302cui V8 engine mated to a close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission. However, this is a correct Boss 302 service replacement block and not the original that came with it from the factory. It is equipped with a competition suspension, Traction-Lok differential, and the optional axle ratio (3.91). Power disc brakes bring all power to a halt, and quick ratio steering makes navigating a breeze.

Gallery: Bid On This Beautiful 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302

Perfectly complementing its bright yellow exterior is a contrasting Black Rhino/Corinthian interior complete with high-back bucket seats. Other goodies include an AM radio, Stereosonic tape system, and tachometer. The sale of the car comes with the Deluxe Marti Report and original sales invoice.

If you've been in the market for an incredible slice of American Muscle much like this '70 Boss 302, feel free to register to bid at All Collector Cars Auction. If this vintage gem would look perfect in your garage and fill your sunny day weekend void, then go ahead and place your bid today! Currently, the highest bid is at $41,500 with the reserve not yet met. Hurry up, not much time is left!

Source: Motorious