Ford hasn't even announced production numbers for the Boss 302 Mustang, but word is that the Blue Oval will tightly control the supply of the baddest Mustang by basing allocation on sales numbers and a special lottery held for dealers.
Dealers that sell large volumes (though the term itself wasn't defined) will get 75 percent of Boss 302 units, while the rest will have to fight for scraps via the lottery. Dealers will automatically get one ticket, with extra chips given out for every Mustang sold. These dealers will be granted no more than one Boss 302, while the “volume” dealers are guaranteed one of the cars as well.
Just like the Ford GT and Shelby GT500, you will likely have to obtain your Boss 302 by way of brute force and deception. Of course, paying outrageous mark-up also helps.
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