Found On Ebay: Crashed 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302

2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Crashed And Sold On eBay

2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Crashed And Sold On eBay

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Finding a 2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 is pretty hard, and the car doesn't come cheap. Well, bargain hunters out there might be happy to see a $20,000 Boss 302 on eBay. Of course, there's a catch.

You see, this Boss has been through a wreck. According to the seller, the car was run off the road by a drunk driver, but despite the damage, the car is mostly "mechanically solid." The seller claims that the only mechanical problems are a leaky radiator, a damaged suspension on the front driver's side, and a damaged auxiliary cooler, along with the interior headliner. Otherwise, the seller says the engine, transmission, and rear axle are fine, which means the car could be used as a parts donor.

The owner is starting the auction at $20,000 and notes that the car has been titled as wrecked. We suspect that the damage here has been understated, and that anyone who tries to repair or rebuild this vehicle will be in for a lot more than $20K. Perhaps, though, the seller is right about one thing: This Boss could serve as a great parts donor. Maybe an enterprising builder could drop the engine and transmission into an unrestored original or, even better, a Mustang continuation body-in-white?

[eBay via Mustangs Daily]

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Comments (5)
  1. Having owned fords in the past...I would not touch that with a 10 foot pole. Any time you stop a car hard it trashes the entire drive line. The mains bearings in that engine are more than likely damaged. Also if your in a state with strict smog laws you'll have fun trying to get the state to let you reuse any part of that car.

  2. Hey, it's better than an Owned Dodge imo.

  3. i saw this on mustang daily was a little shock to see it like this. i love the color combo but have to say i would just buy a new one would cost a lot to fix the suspension among other things or just buy the 302 crate engine pop it in the resto would be cheaper.

  4. Holy Roof Crush! That's some pretty heavy/deadly damage for a seemingly minor crash.

  5. This is too much damage and consider what you don't see. The chance of the value reaching that of a new one is very good. The owner would be better to part it out, he probably would get more then his 20,000.00 asking.

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