What Is the Boss Mustang Shinoda?Last Updated August 26, 2020
Larry Shinoda has been credited with a number of key styling changes on the Boss 302. After beginning his career at Ford in 1955, he left to work on the Corvette Stingray at GM. In 1968 he returned to work on the Boss 302.
Carroll Shelby was a man of many talents, and his influence lives on even after his passing. From the Shelby Cobra to the GT500 to the Dodge Viper, Carroll Shelby's influence is abundant on some of the fastest vehicles to hit the track. In this biography of Carroll Shelby, we highlight some of Mr. Shelby's finest projects as well as the humble beginnings that helped him blossom into an automotive icon.
The Boss 429 Mustang has only been produced for two years in all of Mustang history. Very few of these Mustangs were ever produced, making them incredibly rare. The Boss 429’s design and performance specifications help shed some light on why these classic Mustangs are so desirable.
In 2003, Ford celebrated its 100th birthday since the company's founding in 1903. To celebrate this historic milestone, Ford created Centennial editions for many of its most popular and iconic models including the Ford Mustang. The Centennial Edition Mustang was based on a 2003 Mustang GT and featured a number of exterior and interior upgrades.
Though the Boss 351 Mustang doesn't get nearly as much fame as the Boss 302 and Boss 429, it manages to hold its own, combining the best features of both. The Boss 351 was only available in 1971, at the end of an era characterized by powerful muscle cars and before the fuel-conscious Mustang II. There's a reason a lot of Mustang enthusiasts have a special place in their heart for the 351.