In January of 1969, Ford Motor Company started production of the 1969 Boss 429 Mustang. Featuring the stock Nascar version 429 engine. The cars were actually built by Kar-Kraft at the KK-Brighton assembly plant, located in Brighton, Michigan. Each vehicle was hand assembled. 1969 production ran from January 1969 through July 1969. Total units produced: 859. This includes 2 - 1969 Boss Cougars. 1970 production started in August of 1969 and ran through December 1969. Total units produced: 500.This includes 2 - 1970 Quarter-Horse Mustangs. Total production for the Boss 429 Mustang; including the two 1969 Cougars and two 1970 Quarter-Horses: 1359 vehicles.
1969 Boss 429 Mustangs were available in the following five colors:
- Raven Black [A]
- Royal Maroon [B]
- Black Jade [C]
- Candyapple Red [T]
- Wimbledon White [M]
- Interior trim code: DAA black
1970 Boss 429 Mustangs were available in the following five colors:
- Grabber Blue [J]
- Grabber Green [Z]
- Grabber Orange [U]
- Calypso Coral 
- Pastel Blue [N]
- Interior trim codes: TA black & TW white
All vehicles, except for a handful of prototypes and a couple of factory drag cars; were completely assembled & fully dressed with thermactor pollution equipment, power steering, & exhaust manifolds. The cars were required to go through a complete final inspection for equipment verification and certification prior to final shipment.
Each vehicle was assigned a KK 429 Nascar production number.
Starting with KK-1201 running through KK-2558.
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