The limited-production Ford Racing FR500C was designed to compete
in the professional GRAND-AM Cup Series. The FR500C had a
remarkable first season, winning the "Triple Crown" comprised of
the drivers, manufacturers and team championships. It was then
taken to Europe, where it stormed to the 2007 FIA GT4 championship.
Since then, it has carried on by winning races and multiple
championships in 2008 and 2009. This beautiful example of Ford's
hand-built race car wears racing number 11 decals and is one of 44
built in 2007. It has never entered a race and has only seen a few
hours of track time. Key aspects include the race chassis with
integrated chromoly safety cage with power coming from the purpose
built R50 "Cammer" 5.0-liter engine, delivering a factory-rated
420hp. The engine is paired with a TREMEC T56 6-speed manual
transmission connected to an 8.8-inch Track Teck C Locker rear
differential with 3.55 gears. Racing suspension includes Dynamic
Suspension's inverted struts up front with adjustable caster/camber
plate, Dynamic Suspension's dampers in the rear with a 3-link and
Panhard bar and ride height adjustable coilovers at all four
corners. It also has power rack & pinion steering and Brembo power
brakes with ABS. This race car is in original factory condition and
has been stored its entire life indoors. Own a museum piece or take
it racing. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE ONLY**
2007 Ford Mustang
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