Barrett-Jackson Edition Roush Mustang Sold for $100,000
The car, a prototype for a 25 units run of very special Mustangs, packs a R2300 ROUSHcharger supercharged engine which develops 540 horsepower and 510 lb.-ft. of torque.
The high power is handled by manual transmission (the only choice for the special edition) and a suspension package comprising ROUSH front struts, rear shocks, front and rear springs, front and rear stabilizer bars and jounce bumpers.
On the inside, leather seats with embroidered Barrett-Jackson logo were added, as well as, four-piece performance pedals, Roush illuminated sill plates, short throw shifter with black or white ball and a new interior badge with the serial number engraved.
The one sold this weekend was painted in a very special metallic “Back in Black” as a base paint and “Red Hot Chili Pepper” stripes on the front. It is, in fact, the very first model completely repainted by Roush. The car stood on 20-inch chrome wheels with high-performance Cooper RS3 tires.
As said, Roush will only build 25 units of the Barrett-Jackson Edition Roush Mustang, evenly split in between the 2010 chassis and the 2011 one. The regular price for the special Mustang is under half of the one got at the auction, namely $41,495, not including the Mustang chassis.