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The boss of all Mustangs in 2013 and still a top competitor against the modern era, the Boss 302 Laguna Seca edition was truly an iconic piece of engineering for the Ford Performance department. Originally launched in 2012, the Laguna Seca edition is a special model created to dominate the track and take down the higher end sports cars that doubted Ford’s abilities. The Laguna Seca edition was specifically built to honor Parnelli Jones and was offered as a limited series. The attention to details is astonishing, for instance the “fog lamp deletes” (the blank circles of where the rally-style fog lights would usually be) on the 2013 model are removable. Taking them off can open up the grille to get even more airflow. The hood vents are fully operational and give this beast an even more aggressive airflow to keep the engine temps as cool as possible. The interior resembles a true sports car because of the suede Recaro bucket seats and rear seat delete, both in perfect condition. The motor in the Boss was tested and engineered to perfection, the car redlines at a screaming 7500 RPM and is said to pull harder than ever in the top end (the car was built to withstand stress for over 24 hours in an extremely cold climate). Powering the Mustang is a 5.0L 32 valve V8 mated to an incredibly sharp 6 speed manual transmission. The suspension is fully adjustable for the drivers preference and both the street and track key are included with the vehicle. The track key changes over 600 parameters within the car and even has a more aggressive loped idle with that specific key. The exhaust on the car is a full dual rear exit exhaust but does have diverted side piping that can change the car to a fully free flowing system with the adjustment of a plate inserted inside of the exhaust. The drive quality is spectacular and this car has been meticulously cared for throughout its life, she was only driven 1000 miles by the previous owner! Pictures do not do this street/track beast justice…the black on black is aggressively appealing and only makes up 501 of the total 747 made. Please contact us with any questions about this truly iconic muscle monster!