Home / Auto News / News article: One-Off Roush Mustang to be Auctioned for Charity - AutoGuide.com News
 |  Apr 28 2012, 1:00 PM

Roush and Ford have teamed up to donate a complete one-off 2013 Roush Stage 3 Mustang to be auctioned off at the upcoming SAE Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Celebration.

All proceeds from the auction will go towards supporting the SAE’s education outreach program and is arguably the most collectible Roush Mustang that will be built this year. It features a custom silver paint job with red and black accent graphics while a 5.0-liter Roush V8 lies underneath the hood with 625 hp on tap.

The Roush Stage 3 package also includes a dual-chamber exhaust system, a Roush-tuned suspension, SVT GT500 track pack wheels, and Roush four-piston brakes. Interior upgrades include custom leather Recaro seats, Roush gauge cluster, illuminated door sills, a Ford Laguna Seca X Brace, and billet pedals. A truly race-inspired Mustang, you won’t see any rear seats in this bad boy having been replaced by the X Brace.

To make it even more special, the ‘Stang will be signed by Edsel Ford II, Bill Ford Jr., and Jack Roush. The lucky winner won’t be the first one behind the wheel however, as Roush himself will take it on its maiden voyage as the pace car for this year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Michigan 400 race.