Posts Tagged ‘Mustang’

Roush Automotive Collection Open House 2

Jun
24

Roush Automotive Collection Open House 2The Roush Automotive Collection held their second Open House of the season, welcoming fans to interact with ROUSH Performance’s NASCAR Xfinity Series drivers and Jack, Jack Jr., and Susan Roush.

Like the first, this Open House event featured a car cruise-in, door prize drawings, ROUSH Performance Facility Tours, drag race simulator, Mustang pinball machine, and a ROUSH engine build competition.

Ford will be out in Force at Goodwood’s Moving Motor Show

Jun
03

Ford will be out in force at Goodwood’s Moving Motor ShowFord will be out in force at Goodwood’s Moving Motor Show, with a host of new models including the much-anticipated new Mustang and Focus RS set to make an appearance on Thursday 25, June.

The all-new new Mustang is latest car to wear the legendary galloping horse badge and a convertible 2.3-litre EcoBoost-engined Mustang, with 317PS power output and 432Nm of torque, will make its Moving Motor Show debut, alongside the UK debut of the new Focus RS.

ROUSH Performance June Schedule

May
29

ROUSH Performance June ScheduleJune is shaping up to be a VERY busy month for us here at ROUSH Performance. We will be attending events across the country throughout the month, so we thought we should fill you in on our schedule. If you’re attending any of these events, stop by and say hi, and check out the awesome cars and parts we’ll have on display.

We’re kicking off the month with a trip to the Carlisle Ford Nationals in Carlisle, Pennsylvania next week, June 5th to 7th. You’ll find us in the vendor midway and have the chance to have your picture taken with the No. 60 ROUSH Performance NASCAR. ROUSH Performance is also partnering with Roush Yates Performance Products, who will be offering select ROUSH Performance parts and merchandise for sale with FREE installation! You can pre-register now for a Roush Yates on-site installation

1965 Ford Mustang A/FX Holman Moody SOHC 427 CI

May
26

1965 Ford Mustang A-FX Holman Moody SOHC 427 CI Front AngleBy the time the first Mustang Fastbacks became available in September 1964, Ford and Dearborn Steel Tubing had already partially developed the template for what would become the A/FX factory racers. DST eventually built ten cars, all modified to accept the big 427 CI SOHC “Cammer” engine. Those ten cars were delivered to members of the Ford Drag Council, who worked with Ford racing director Charles Grey to further develop them with new pieces from the factory. By June the die was cast, and Grey accepted a proposal from Holman-Moody to build more A/FX Mustangs for independent drag racers. Many of the Holman-Moody cars rose to prominence matching that of the Ford Drag Council, among them this 427 SOHC-powered Fastback campaigned by Larson Ford of White Plains, New York.

2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang – 670 HP On Tap

May
20

2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang 670 HP On TapYou may have noticed the big announcement that ROUSH Performance made last week: that our all-new 2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang is producing 670 horsepower and 545 lb-ft of torque. That’s an incredible 235 horsepower and 145 lb-ft over a stock 2015 Ford Mustang 5.0L.

With 134 horsepower per liter, the 2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang overshoots the competition with the most horsepower per liter when compared to Dodge’s most powerful offering in the segment (114 horsepower per liter) and the 92 horsepower per liter rating of another well-known supercharged 6.2L GM engine in the segment.

Ford Mustang Fastback GT Premium 5.0L V8 by GeigerCars

May
15

2015 GeigerCars Ford Mustang Fastback GT Premium Front AngleThe centrepiece of the new Ford Mustang Fastback GT Premium is its 5.0-liter V8 engine, which now sends significantly more power to the rear wheels thanks to a supercharger installation: The boosted motor now delivers a sensational 709 hp, with 706 Nm of torque.

These big numbers give the six-speed manual Mustang GT the raw performance that its masculine appearance suggests. Top speed of this thundering wild horse rises to 305 km/h, with the benchmark 0-100km/h falling in just 3.9 seconds along the way. The cost of this conversion over and above the basic price of the Ford Mustang Fastback GT Premium is just 18,900 Euro.

World’s Largest Collector Car Auction Company in Seattle june 5-6

May
13

1968 Shelby GT500KR Front AngleMecum Auctions, the largest collector car auction company, will host its second-annual classic and collector car auction in Seattle at CenturyLink Field Event Center June 5-6 with an anticipated lineup of 600 American muscle cars, classics, Corvettes, hot rods, Resto Mods and more expected to cross the auction block from an estimated 20 surrounding states.

Among the main attractions consigned for the Mecum Seattle auction is the John Wickey Collection (Lots S94-S98), an assemblage of five blue-chip muscle cars highlighted by a 1968 Shelby GT500KR Fastback that is arguably the finest of its kind. The car was restored by Mustang Club of America judge Tom Mynes and has captured an unprecedented 10 consecutive MCA Thoroughbred Gold Awards.

Roush 2.3L TVS Supercharger Plus Powerful Ford’s 5.0L V8 Engine – Result 670 HP

May
12

2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang 670HPROUSH Performance is excited to announce final horsepower ratings for the all-new 2015 ROUSH Stage 3 Mustang. The RS3 is cranking out a heart-racing 670 horsepower and 545 lb-ft of torque to deliver the ultimate driving experience.

All 670 horsepower are created as a direct result of the powerful combination of Ford’s 5.0L V8 engine with ROUSH Performance’s dynamic new 2015 2.3L TVS supercharger.

2016 Mustang GT Convertible Will be Available With the Performance Package

May
11

2016 Ford Mustang Front AngleFor the 2016 model year, Mustang fastback and convertible welcome the return of the iconic California Special Package and Pony Package —two iconic Mustang trim levels made popular in the 1960s. Several other new options, including new stripes and wheels, allow owners to make their pony car as individual as they are.

Fans have been clamoring for the return of hood vent-integrated turn signals for years, and in a nod to heritage Ford is honoring the request, bringing back the popular feature as standard equipment for owners of the 2016 Mustang GT. First offered on the 1967 Mustang, secondary indicators in the hood vents would come to represent an iconic piece of pony car DNA. Now, this segment-exclusive feature will serve as an additional “heads-up” for Mustang GT drivers.

CPOP Celebrates American Muscle

May
08

1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Bud MooreTwo iconic groups of cars will be honoured at this year’s Cholmondeley Pageant of Power (CPOP), American Muscle cars and Eighties supercars.

On Saturday 13th, this year’s power theme will be revving up with a dedicated concours of high-performance US muscle cars.

One of the iconic motors featured will be a very special 1969 Ford Mustang, in the shape of a Bud Moore replica Boss 302. Honouring the famous NASCAR driver and team owner, the car was fully competition-prepared but never raced. It will be starring at CPOP alongside many other American icons, includinga 1956 Chevrolet Bel Air.