2013 Boss 302S Vin#001

[ Race Car / Touring / Sports ]

This all original 2013 Boss 302s has potential to be an awesome track day car or wheel to wheel race car in scca, nasa, svra, wrl, the list goes on of sanctions you can race with minimal to no modification! Can also be a collector car due to being vin#001 with only 6.3 original miles! This car is begging for the track!


This car has been garage kept since new and included in the sale are the following items:

Optional BBS racing wheels on Pirelli slick 305×645 R18 (1 set)

Boss 302 Steet wheels on Pirelli P-zero dot tires (1 set)

Custom Car cover (1)

Ford Procal calibration

Amb Transponder

Sold on Bill of Sale

It is powered by a 5.0-liter Ford Racing Motorsport Boss 302 engine, paired with a TR-6060 6-speed manual transmission connected to a Torsen T2R limited-slip rear end with 3.73 gears. Additional racing features include a G-Stream adjustable carbon-fiber rear wing, front splitter, electric power steering, Brembo power brakes with 14-inch rotors, front coilover dampers, adjustable front anti-roll bar caster/camber plates, rear coilover dampers and tubular lower control arms, adjustable Panhard bar, FIA-spec 6-point roll cage, RECARO seat, AIM MXL data-acquisition system with GPS and a fire suppression system. This car also has optional higher-performance dynamic dampers, which was an additional cost. This Boss 302S is finished in School Bus Yellow with unique graphics package like the 1970 Boss 302 driven by Parnelli Jones is his Trans-Am Championship year, and it rides on BBS wheels with racing slicks. The first Boss 302S to be built and raced – known as X2, a beta test car for the Ford Racing Boss 302 program – was built in cooperation between Ford Racing and professional race car driver Paul Brown of Tiger Racing for the 2011 racing season, wearing car #50 graphics. In its first season, Brown and the Boss 302S made Ford Racing history by winning three World Challenge GTS Championships, including the Manufacturer’s Championship, Driver Championship and Team Championship.