BOSS 351 c.i. V8 Engine Emblem 1971 Novelty License Plate
Vintage BOSS 351 c.i. V8 Engine Emblem 1971 License Plate
The SCCA Trans-Am racing-inspired Boss returned for 1971, but with a 351 cubic-inch engine. The new 'Cleveland' engine featured free-breathing 'big-port' cylinder heads and a solid-lifter valvetrain, with induction via a large 750-cfm Autolite carburetor. Other features included a heavy-duty suspension, four-speed manual transmission, and a 3.91:1 rear end gears. Distinguishable features including Special Boss 351 graphics and a flat-black hood. Acceleration was impressive with zero-to-sixty sprints taking less than 6.0 seconds. The quarter-mile times were achieved in 13.8 seconds at over 100 mph.
Perfect for all car enthusiasts that want to show their passion for their car by adding style, showing your pride, or enhancing the appearance of your Ford Mustang with this BOSS 351 c.i. V8 Engine Emblem 1971 novelty license plate. Choose between 16 different colors to customize your vehicle to the fullest. Our license plates are quality made of .032" Aluminum that will not rust, crack, break or peel and are UV protected for outdoor use and durability. This vintage BOSS 351 c.i. V8 Engine Emblem 1971 Novelty License Plate can also be used to decorate the walls in your garage, office, workshop, man cave, or any other room and space.
Available in: Baby Blue - Black - British Green - Cattail Brown - Dark Red - Good Orange - Gray - Hot Pink - Italian Red - LeMans Blue - Light Green - Military Green - Racing Blue - Steel Blue - White - Yellow
Made of .032 Aluminum
6" x 12" (153 x 306 mm) standard automotive license plate size
4 holes for easy mounting
UV protected for outdoor use and durability
The image is permanently infused into the aluminum that will not crack, fade, chip, or peel (we do not use stickers or decals).
Made in USA
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