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BOSS 302 Pintos
« on: July 10, 2017, 07:06:11 AM »
Found a couple the last week....
No extra info on this first one.

There was some info on this second one.

This incredible Pinto would frequent Fremont Raceway in the late 70's and early 80's. Every pass it made would empty the pits so the other teams could witness this Experimental BOSS 302 running killer hold its front wheels clear through second gear leaving like an era pro-stocker (I say that because in my opinion they left harder back then than now) perfectly flat, front wheels about 5 inches off of the track, still tucked as in the photo, and if my memory serves me would click off low 7's. Legendary !!!