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At SEMA this year ROUSH introduced the Roadster, a head-turning droptop 'Stang that is now available through authorized retailers. If you want one of the two-tone beauties, you'd better get to it, because ROUSH is only building 100 of 'em, and Jack sure sounds like he's going to keep one for himself (see the attached press release). That still leaves 99 cars. The car's two-tone finish features black on top and Torch Red, Redfire, Vista Blue, Silver or Grabber Orange on the lower portion. A pinstripe separates the colors, and the result is very, very good-looking.

All cars also feature a Roush light bar, lowered suspension, and 20" wheels. Buyers can give their Roadsters performance to match their appearance by selecting the optional ROUSHcharger upgrade, which bestows the 4.6L V8 with 415-horsepower when mated to a 5-speed manual. Further augmentation in the form of custom interior bits, a short-throw shifter and more can be added to further personalize each car to the owner's tastes.

To the lucky few who'll park one of these sleds in their garage, know that we're painting ourselves a color that's not available for the cars themselves: Envy Green.

Check out the full press release after the jump, and feast your eyes on the Roadster in our gallery.

[Source: ROUSH]



LIVONIA, Mich. (January 17, 2007) – They say getting there is half the fun, but getting there just might be all the fun if you are one of the 100 lucky owners of a new 2007 ROUSH Roadster. This version of the Ford Mustang convertible, first unveiled at the 2006 SEMA Show, is now available through ROUSH-authorized Ford dealers nationwide.

The ROUSH Roadster is a custom painted, two-toned cruiser intended for those who want to drop the top, feel the wind blowing through their hair, and watch the world as they cruise by. The base Ford Mustang GT is upgraded by the ROUSH factory technicians in Livonia, Mich., with a four-piece aerobody kit which includes a front fascia (with lower valence fog lamps), chin spoiler, hood scoop and rear wing.

The most striking visual enhancements are the unique two-color paint scheme -- black across the top with a choice of Torch Red, Redfire, Vista Blue, Silver or Grabber Orange as the base. A pinstripe runs along the edge as an attractive break between the base colors. The car is further accented by ROUSH 20-inch RR04 forged chrome wheels, high-performance Cooper Tires and the ROUSH convertible light bar. The interior has custom sport leather seating with the unique ROUSH Roadster logo stitched in, embroidered floor mats, and a billet aluminum pedal kit.

For a smoother ride, and furthering the visual appearance, the car is lowered approximately one-inch with custom-designed ROUSH lowering springs and jounce bumpers.

The ROUSH Roadster is a very limited edition model with only 100 vehicles being assembled and sold which should make this a very desirable and collectible vehicle.

Options include a ROUSHcharger™ powertrain upgrade which boosts the stock Ford GT 4.6L, V-8 engine to 415 horsepower (available on manual transmission cars only), white face guage clusters with illuminated Jack Roush signature, interior carbon fiber design dash trim kits, short throw shifters, and more all designed to enhance the performance or appearance as desired.

"We have done some limited edition convertibles in the past, but this new ROUSH Roadster is certainly one of the finest looking cars we have ever designed," said Jack Roush. "The two-tone paint scheme is beautiful and with the top down the stresses of the day just seem to go away with the wind. I know that the plan is only to make 100, but I think that number might have to be reduced by one as there should be a Roadster in my garage."

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      • 8 Years Ago
      Super-boring. Super-bad-paint-scheme. Super-yesterday.
      • 8 Years Ago
      cool if you like super heavy cars with massive amounts of sway.
      • 8 Years Ago
      We have:

      Can we please get www.autoblogstang.com instead of having 2+ Mustangs for every page of news on here.

      • 8 Years Ago
      How many more custom Mustangs can we get. How about some 350z's, RX-8's, STI's, CTS's or something sheesh.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Ugly Ugly Ugly. Making 100 because they dream of selling that many. I hate Roush mustangs.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I like mustangs but the Roush's are just kinda lame. yuck.
      • 8 Years Ago
      There's a ton of beefed up Mustangs out there because it's a good platform (wieght and rear axle are about it's only real problems) and Ford and the tuners sell bazillions of them. Muscle seems to be on the rebound and oddly enough Jp is stripping down it's performace cars left and right.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I like the rear spoiler. That's always been a weak spot for Mustangs, I think. It just seems like someone is rolling out a new tuner Mustang every week. I don't think we'll be cherishing Roushes and Saleens in twenty years like the old Shelbys and Bosses. This Roush special does look cool and sound tough, but the price, will be too high to make it a sensible purchase. A Roush Stage 3 Mustang will cost you more than a GT500, but run slower. If there's a tuner out there willing to strip the Mustang down to 3,200 lbs. (it should be even more) and beefing up the V-8, then you'll have something to brag about.
      • 8 Years Ago
      Most of you guys must be on dope.......That is one fine mutha of a car................Beautiful and ballzy.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I agree we are getting too many tuned Mustangs these days, and if one is not making 600+ horsepower it becomes boring.
      • 8 Years Ago
      That car's weight might top 4000lbs, but I doubt it. Most SUVS hit 4500-5500lbs EASILY. Most decent sedans are hitting 3500. My Accords of various years.. never go over 3200.

      But thats another matter..

      As for sway.. I bet I could hop in that thing.. and cut a turn at about 90, and Id bet.. darn near anything.. that there isnt any sway.. WHATSOEVER.

      Its got some.. serious.. ballz.

      As for as the Z's and the RX8's. The Z is looking a bit old. The RX was good when it wasnt sold to betsy wetsy as her driver to the mall.. better when it was the RX7 that guys drove with a blow off valve.

      STI's are old news. They got massive amounts of power.. and theyd put ya into a wall.. if ya figure out how to drive the damn thing.
      • 8 Years Ago
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