As everybody else says, I love this Barn Find Hunter series. I know time is a factor and Tom cannot profile every vehicle in these private collections but I wish he had given a little time to the late 50s Lincoln (or Continental) in the background. I love these cars. Regarding the Boss 302, I’m not trying to be critical but just pointing out a couple of things I saw. I don’t think the door speakers are factory original because the door shell doesn’t allow for them and a hole must be cut unless they’re surface mount. But we all did that back then so it’s hard to find any car from that era without this (I wish now I didn’t do that) alteration. The other is the hood. This one had hood locks from a Mach I or aftermarket. Same with the hood scoop, it is from a 69 or 70 Mach I or aftermarket. The Boss 302 had either a Shaker or no scoop at all. Easy modification to change back and even the radiator support had provisions for factory locks since the Mach I had them. This did appear to have an option kind of rare for this car; the vinyl seat material I believe called comfort weave. I had a Boss 302 which I put a lot of miles on and it had this option. The rear slats were also an option which mine had but removed before I bought mine along with the original 780 Holley. I had to make do with a Motorcraft 4300 until bought a universal 780 Holley. Mine also had a tilt wheel, interval WS wipers and a little light that showed the parking brake was set. After I sold mine I found these rare options on a Boss made it much more valuable than I sold it for. No, I’m not mad at the buyer, I could have paid for the Marti Report and found this out like he did. One area where it lost value was those stupid door speakers I installed.