Powered at over 440 horse power, The Boss is labeled the pinnacle of Mustang peformance.
Among Northwood University Florida's Auto Show of the Palm Beaches featured models will be the Ford Mustang Boss 302 Laguna Seca.
The event will be held at Northwood University Florida Friday, March 1 - Sunday, March 3, 2013. The ribbon cutting ceremony will begin at 5:30pm on February 28th, 2013. Show hours are Saturday from 10am - 6pm and Sunday from 11am - 5pm. For additional information please call (561) 681-7972.
Available in street and racing versions, The Boss is labeled the pinnacle of Mustang performance and powered by a 444-hp, 5.0-liter V-8 with a .73:1 rear axle ratio and a Torsen limited-slip rear differential.
In a recent Car and Driver article, Andrew Wendler cleverly shared his take. "Ford has dutifully honed the Mustang's anachronistic suspension setup, powertrain lineup, and aesthetics for the past few years. The Boss 302 Laguna Seca wraps you in a big, fuzzy bear hug of stupidly capable acceleration, cornering, and braking ability; in comparison, the cross-town-rival Chevrolet Camaro SS1LE comes across as cool and clinical, although it, too, is a capable machine. If there's one knock on the Laguna Seca, it's that it isn't exactly cheap, with the MSRP just nudging in under the $50,000 mark—the regular Boss is some seven grand cheaper, and the Camaro 1LE comes in at $37,035—although we'd still call it a tremendous performance value. Frankly, the car as a whole is tremendous, and one of the best available today. All hail the bossiest of Bosses," he said.
The Auto Show of the Palm Beaches provides the opportunity for car enthusiasts everywhere to enjoy browsing without sales pressure, and will feature a variety of exotic, domestic and international cars, and classic models. The Auto Show Student Executive Board works with more than 150 students to create a show which attracts more than more 20,000 visitors.