/Grabber Blue Mustang Boss 302 Up For Auction

Grabber Blue Mustang Boss 302 Up For Auction

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For whatever reason Ford decided not to offer the new 2012 Mustang Boss 302 with the awesome Grabber Blue paint job. In fact they only made one Grabber Blue Boss and it’s going to be auctioned off at the 40th annual Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale Auction in Arizona. All  proceeds above the car’s MSRP will go to JDRF, a leader in research leading to a cure for Type 1 diabetes.

2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 will be available in Competition Orange, Performance White, Kona Blue Metallic, Yellow Blaze Tri-Coat Metallic and Race Red. Technically the Grabber Boss is identical to the rest of the range with a 444 hp V8 aggressive suspension, chassis and aerodynamic tuning. The car’s other unique feature other than the blue color includes :

  • Distinctive black accents on the roof, mirrors and spoiler, Citic Diecastel wheels and C-Stripe
  • Recaro seats with Grabber Blue seat embroidery and Rear X-Brace
  • Grabber Blue grille surround

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“Like the legendary Parnelli Jones, the Boss Mustang we will be auctioning is truly one-of-a-kind. It is the only 2012 Grabber Blue Boss 302 Laguna Seca we will ever build,” said Fields. “The winning bidder on this car will not only become part of Mustang history but also will be a pioneer in the next chapter of the Boss legacy. At the same time, he or she will be contributing to a worthy cause, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.”

“With its combination of hot styling and serious performance, Ford’s Boss Mustang has always been at the top of the list for collectors,” said Steve Davis, president of Barrett-Jackson Company. “Since this Boss Mustang will have a very low production number and be specially built for our 40th anniversary event, the new owner will have a special piece of performance history for their collection. It’s a rare opportunity to support charity while taking home a very desirable modern collectible car.”

Ford – partnering with Barrett-Jackson – has raised nearly $2.5 million for charity through sales of vehicles at auction.

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