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Boss 302 Motors for Sale Remanufactured to Specs

The 1960s Mustang Needed Sales Help by 1969
The Mustang has no rival is a matter of fact, and it still is in the active mode today. Even though the 1964 Mustang was first on the muscle scene, the 289 and the 390 cubic inch Ford engines were no match for Chevy’s small and big block engines, especially when the Camaro was introduced in 1967. Ford did a little scrambling and introduced the Boss 302 Motors for Sale. Remanufactured to Specs by
Ford engineers.

Ford’s brightest task masters came up with a noble idea. They combined the tunnel port Windsor block from their Windsor Ontario plant with large Cleveland heads from their Cleveland plant and produced the Boss 302 V8 engine. Mustangs hit the assembly line with new power, and the car world found a new love interest.

The ironic part about this new engine was the fact that a former GM employee actually designed the Boss 302 Mustang; Ford added a little salt to GM’s Trans Am and Camaro sales wounds. The distinct styling, which included optional black horizontal window shades and blackout hood, was complimented by a rear deck wing and front spoiler. The 1970 Boss could hit 0 to 60 in 6.9 seconds. The 4-speed manual transmission and Boss 302 V8 with its free-breathing Cleveland heads that had valves larger than most engines made the Mustang a prized possession.

The Boss 302 V8 and the Mustang Cobra became so popular that it was immortalized by Matchbox and Hot Wheels. The 1969 and 1970 Boss 302 Mustang became a die cast reproduction model car.

Ford Reintroduced the 302 Engine For 2012
Ford revived the Boss 302 for the 2012 selling year by taking a standard 2011 Mustang GT, 5.0 litre V8 and adding an upgraded intake system. That change produced a 444 horsepower screaming beauty that was a full 32 horsepower stronger than the 2011 model. The new Boss 302 generates 380 ft-lbs of torque. It’s equipped with a 6-speed MT-82 manual transmission. The aero package is copied from the Boss 302R race car. The Mustang is still in it to win it even though the Camaro sold more cars than Mustang for the first time in history in 2010. sells the Boss 302 motor as a fully remanufactured unit using better than new parts. For more information email or call us now.

Ford Aerostar Motors for Sale PT# 864603

When thinking about Ford Aerostar motor rebuilds for sale # 864603, the Ford Aerostar is one of the first vehicles that comes to mind. This popular van was sold by the Ford Motor Company between 1986 and 1997, eventually discontinued, and its wagon variant was replaced by the Windstar. But as many know, a high number of these vehicles are still on the road, particularly because the car itself held up quite well to wear and tear, and today’s high-priced minivans are no roomier than the old Aerostar. 

The first generation For Aerostar was equipped with one of several engine types, the most common being the 2.3L Lima 14 and the 2.8L Cologne V-6. Larger motors such as the 3.0L Vulcan V-6 and the 4.0L Cologne V-6 were also available. Later generations of the Aerostar dropped the smaller engines and only the Vulcan 3.0L OHV V-6 and the Cologne 4.0L OHV V-6 were available in the last years of production.

We have all noticed a great number of these old vehicles still patrolling our streets and highways, and their engines have in many cases been completely overhauled or replaced. Considering the fact that the original engines are no longer factory produced, and the number and style of contemporary engines that can power an Aerostar are quite limited, I turn my attention to This company expertly matches rebuilt motors for older makes and models, and the Aerostar is certainly no exception. Because many people are adamant about keeping these relics of the 20th century (and why not, if the body is just fine?) a replacement engine may be what the owner is in the market for. can produce or find any one of the engines mentioned above, and their prices are incredibly low. 

At the time the Aerostar was being phased out, Ford Motor Company and other manufacturers were in the process of unleashing a whole new line of engines for the 21st century, many of them with advanced technology not found on the engines of the 1990s.

For those wondering how to incorporate a modernized version of the old Aerostar motors into the body of the vehicle, just ask the people at They have researched engine design on many discontinued models, and can find a suitable powertrain for just about any vehicle no longer in production. Ordering through the company is easy, and immediate price quotes are available on an enormous selection of motor types.