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Old 12-02-2020, 08:33 PM
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Default '71 Boss 302 PT

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A bunch of nice parts going on the resto.
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Old 12-02-2020, 10:39 PM
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Amazing discovery,would love to hear it's heritage from 1971,to 2004 when it was listed for sale on Ebay.
How does it keep both door labels attached & un-researched,and not get recognized for what it actually is for so long?
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Unbelievable! I am a life long Chevy guy and this really got my blood flowing. Amazing car and story. Bob will do it right.
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Old 12-02-2020, 11:38 PM
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Very cool story!
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Covered extensively in my 2016 book.
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Thanks Wes. Im trying to find a copy of your book right now..
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When I saw this thread's title, I thought, "PT = Pro Tour" and didn't click the first few times I noticed it, but when I finally did, wow is right... cool.
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One of One Prototype 1971 Boss 302!

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Very Cool, Thank god ford decided on the 351. The 302 would of been a Dog in stock trim.
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Very Cool, Thank god ford decided on the 351. The 302 would of been a Dog in stock trim.
Agreed, such a better engine.
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