Offered for sale by our Dallas-Ft. Worth showroom is this amazing
piece of Ford history. This 2005 Cammer Mustang has no VIN number.
Why? Well it is one of two factory prototype race cars built to
compete in the Grand Am Cup which is now the Continental Tires
series. Fielded by the Mutlimatic Racing team, this car had great
success in such races as 12 Hours of Daytona, where it and its twin
sister took 1st and 2nd on their debut race. It is known that when
Ford Motor Company decides to throw its hat into the racing ring
that magic happens. The FR500C program is no exception. The FR500C
program was developed to build factory prepped, race winning
vehicles for anyone wishing to step into the ring and race on the
professional level. Built by a company called Multimatic for Ford
Racing which is known for its new racing program the FR500C
designed for road racing. The body is a factory production Body in
White available from Ford. From there it is fully seem welded and a
full cage is installed. Every single component on this vehicle is
available off of the shelf and allows you to compete in the
sanctioned racing event. There is much more information available
on this vehicle that we can fit here, but suffice to say there is
real racing pedigree here, give us a call to discuss. For more HD
pictures and video visit: www.gatewayclassiccars.com or for even
more information, please call our Dallas-Fort Worth showroom at
2005 Ford Mustang
Exterior Color:Brown Sugar
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