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Boss 302S Photos

Great photos of a great looking Boss. Are those CCW wheels?
 

ArizonaBOSS

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Note that there aren't any additional bracings inside the trunk for the G-Stream wing on the production 302S. I think we were discussing this in another thread but if Ford Racing/Watson are OK with just running on the stock lid then this should be fine for anyone else adding a Tiger wing to their BOSS.
 
ArizonaGT said:
Note that there aren't any additional bracings inside the trunk for the G-Stream wing on the production 302S. I think we were discussing this in another thread but if Ford Racing/Watson are OK with just running on the stock lid then this should be fine for anyone else adding a Tiger wing to their BOSS.
The trunk lid is reinforced.
 
ArizonaGT said:
Note that there aren't any additional bracings inside the trunk for the G-Stream wing on the production 302S. I think we were discussing this in another thread but if Ford Racing/Watson are OK with just running on the stock lid then this should be fine for anyone else adding a Tiger wing to their BOSS.
It has a plate and some tubing welded from the back to the bottom of the decklid , I can take some photos if you like
 
Love that car. I have a screen saver image of that exact color Boss 302S that I look at frequently.

The steel lid reinforcement is what I did on mine as well. If you go with a fiberglass or CF lid then you need to add the addition support structures.
 

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