Paul Walker's 2013 Boss 302S Ford Mustang race car was gifted to him by another fellow Mustang enthusiast, but it has never seen the track. This beastly Boss 302S just went across the stage at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale, and it brought in $87,000. With the 10% Buyer Premium, the total price of this track-only Mustang brought in a total price of $95,700.
In the car world, late actor Paul Walker was mostly known for his role as cop Brian O'Conner in the car-related Fast & the Furious franchise. Walker was a hardcore car and motorcycle enthusiast in real life, and he had quite the collection. Quite a few cars and motorcycles from his collection are crossing the auction stage this weekend at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale. One of those cars is this race-ready 2013 Boss 302S Ford Mustang (Lot #1374.1) that was a gift to Paul Walker from a fellow racing enthusiast. Once Walker took delivery of the car, he was put on a lift and stored away.
This Boss 302S race car is not street legal and was made for track use only. Nearly brand new, this Mustang has never seen the race track. Ready to carve apexes, the exterior of this bad Boss is equipped with a Ford Racing front splitter, adjustable carbon-fiber rear wing, and a Boss 302S graphics package.
Under the hood of the race-ready Mustang is a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 engine by Racing Motorsport with Ford Racing PCS software and calibration, Ford Racing oil pan, Setrab ProLine engine oil cooler, a Boss 302 fuel system, and an upgraded DeWitt radiator. Power is sent through a Tremec T6060 manual 6-speed transmission with an Exedy clutch through a Torsen T2R transmission with 3.73 gears.
For utmost handling, the chassis is equipped with coilover dampers, lower control arms with a Delrin bushing kit, caster/camber plates up front, a Ford Racing anti-roll bar, and Ford Racing adjustable Panhard bar. Bring everything to a halt are Brembo 4-piston front racing brakes with 15-inch two-piece rotors, PFC racing pads, Ford Racing ducts, stainless steel brake lines, Ford Racing brake booster assembly, and Ford Racing ABS calibration.
Open the doors to an interior that features an AIM MXL data acquisition system with GPS, Recaro HANS Pro Racer seat, a quick-release racing steering wheel, window net, safety system triangle nets, a 6-point racing harness, master cutoff switch, and a heat shield on the driver's side floor.
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