Many sporty production cars have roots in racing, but the ’12 Mustang Boss 302 is one of few that can boast such lineage on both sides of its family tree. The OEM branch is represented by racing legend Parnelli Jones’ historic 1970 Trans-Am championship – a milestone event in Ford history. However, the supplier side of the Boss program can be tied to track icon Bruce McLaren. Linamar, a global producer of powertrain components based in Ontario, Canada, machined the the intake and ...

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