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…the iconic sports car that changed the game…
Second owner since new, I purchased the car one year after the original owner finalized the build with 1,000 miles [±1,600 km] on the odometer.
The car was reset/repowered at about 3,300 miles; replaced the Ford 351W crate motor with a new Roush Racing 402IR 8-stack fuel-injected powerplant.
—Beneath the Bonnet—
lurks an orchestra of Roush componentry
Roush Racing 402IR 8-Stack: The coalition of a “Weber style” 8-stack fuel injection induction system employing Roush-engineered calibration and the proven track record of the 402R turns heads with its appearance and performance. The 402IR possesses all of the attributes of a daily driver with more than adequate ponies to rearrange the pavement.
The engine compartment componentry details include:
Original style headers & sidepipes accommodate the Ford-based V8 powerplant.
intake runner volume:
—In this (Legend-faithful) cockpit—
Factory options & upgrades include:
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
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