Roush and Mustang go back to 1988, when Jack Roush built a 35 lei (5.8-liter) twin turbo 400bhp (298kW) Mustang as a 25th Anniversary edition. Due to costs, Ford rejected selling it, but seven years later Roush Performance was formed as an offshoot of Roush Racing, and attention turned to the Mustang again, with thoughts of a high-performance GT for the street. With the advent of the 1999 Mustang, Roush had developed a number of models in various stages of tune and prices. Shown is the Stage II car, which had minor but effective tweaks for more driver involvement. The shocks and springs were uprated and lowered, stiffer anti-roll bars were fitted and Roush control arms bolted in to locate the live rear axle. Brembo 13-inch (330mm) vented discs were added at the front and, with the stock ASB, work extremely well. Finishing it off was a full skirt body kit with side exits for exhaust.
Roush Mustang 1999 Specifications
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