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    1969 Ford Trans Am Boss 302 Parnelli Jones

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    Factory Ford built by Kar Kraft. Bud Moore Engineering car driven by Parnelli Jones. This is the ultimate opportunity to acquire the most significant Trans Am Factory Team Car ever available for public sale. One of two left in existence, never before offered from the private party owner of over 20 years. Fully certified, documented, and registered by the “Historic Trans-Am Registry” and the FIA.

    9F02R112074 is listed in the Boss 302 World Directory as the prototype and main Trans-Am team car for Bud Moore. 112074 was one of two prototypes cars built side-by-side with 112073 at Ford’s Racing Division, Kar Kraft Engineering. 112074 was built as a one-of-a-kind “Daytona Special.” It was built with 2 ? inches cut from the radiator support and a wedge taken out of the side panels in the engine compartment. The fenders had to be notched around the doors because of the slope of the front sheet metal. It was given double frame rails and a NASCAR side fuel fill. 112074 was the first Boss 302 powered Mustang to do battle and it made the Boss 302 competition debut at Daytona in February 1969 at the Citrus 250 NASCAR event with Bud Moore and driver Parnelli Jones. 112074 was driven by Jones and Follmer during the season and used #15 or #16 depending on who was driving. 112074 was used by the Shelby American Team and is listed as a Shelby Trans-Am team car in the Shelby American World Registry. This is the only Trans-Am Mustang to enjoy the honor of having been used by both teams.

    Only 6, 1969 Bud Moore/Ford Motor Co. “Team” cars were built. Four of the cars were either totaled or scrapped out at the end of the season. After the 1969 season, all of the remaining cars were upgraded to 1970 body and mechanical configurations.

    Only 4, 1969 Ford/Shelby Team cars survived. They are this one, the #16 George Follmer VIN #9F02M148623 and the #1 and #2 Blue Shelby Team cars. For the 1970 season, all of the Trans-Am Mustangs were painted “School Bus Yellow”.





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