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2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302

ClairesClaires Chicago areaPosts: 1,222
It's baaaaack!

"We've driven faster cars, but there's a certain reward that comes from the Boss' sound, the solidity of its shifter and the consistency of its brakes (four-piston Brembos clamping 14-inch rotors up front)... the 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 raises a large, American middle finger before it disappears into Rainey Curve at 7,500 rpm."

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  • jmarounjmaroun Posts: 151
    I really think this BOS is the Bomb and after reading a couple reviews and a little about its history, I decided to check it out while getting my 2010 GT serviced at a local dealership here in Irvine. Looks like a regular stang as one approaches. They had it marked up like 20Gs. LOL, and wouldn't even allow a test drive. Pathetic. Sat in it tho. I like the seats and steering wheel material. Still, the wheel is too big for my taste. Judging by eye, looks like its wheel/fender gap distance is still higher than my modified suspension. Meh. And Ford's asking about 50G's? (without mark up). Come on. Who's gonna pay that much for a Mustang? I paid $27k out the door for my 4.6L 2010 GT, 3.73 rear axle, updated brakes, plus less than $2k suspension mods from Ford racing parts division, and another $1500 for Michilen PS2s, I figure I got a Stang the way its supposed to be. Cheap but dangerous. :) :)
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