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When a regular Mustang convertible just won't do, the true Ford/Roush buyers will settle for nothing short of the best. And "the best" is what you have the opportunity to own here today! Being a huge fan of performance Mustangs and a relative to an executive in Roush's Performance Division, the previous owner acquired the best example available in 2012. While Roush built tons of coupes in 2012, they only built 77 convertibles. Of those 77 convertibles there was only one Stage 3 Hyper Series built and you're looking at it. This pristine Roush RS3 Convertible is the fully loaded Stage 3 model that had an MSRP of $62,405 (apprx $35k add). This priced the RS3 at almost double that of the twin 2012 Mustang GT convertible which still maintains a $30-34k value. The Roush offered here has seen just over 13k miles and is stored in a climate controlled garage at all times. It features every option available on the GT and Roush packages and has even been signed by Jack Roush himself on the dash, trunk, and under the hood. Being 1 of 1 absolutely guarantees the future collectability of this vehicle. You will not find a nicer Hyper Series Roush so don't let this opportunity pass you by.
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