The aluminum heads had intakes that could swallow a tennis ball, which was great for 200-mph laps around Daytona
In 1969, Ford introduced a limited-production model to the Mustang line. This addition was the Boss 429. It was the most powerful Mustang, and the name referred to its 429-ci engine, which was built in response to Chrysler’s 426-ci Hemi and its success in NASCAR.
Named after stylist Larry Shinoda’s nickname Read More