Roush Performance and Ford Motorsports are building a limited-edition ’13 Roush Stage 3 Mustang that will be auctioned at the SAE Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Celebration. All proceeds will benefit SAE’s education outreach programs.
The one-of-a-kind Roush Mustang features a custom silver edition body and graphics, a Roush 5.0L supercharged engine featuring Ford Racing’s “Aluminator” long-block with a 625hp engine, Roush tuned suspension, custom SVT G.T. 500 Track Pack wheels, Roush custom body components, and a customized Roush interior.
The live auction will take place during the Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, on Wednesday, May 16, at Ford Field. Interested bidders may contact SAE’s Renee Hayes at 724/772-8508 prior to the event, or may also attend the event to participate in the live auction. Arrangements will be made for interested parties to participate by phone during the live auction if they are unable to attend the celebration dinner.
The Foundation also will honor Edsel B. Ford II with the Industry Leadership Award in addition to recognizing young men and women for leadership growth in the industry.
“Roush is proud to join Ford and SAE in the effort to help the United States continue to improve our country’s skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education,” said Jack Roush, NASCAR team owner; builder of performance and specialty vehicles; and former college math and physics professor. “SAE’s programs are proven winners in helping young people get excited and pursue careers in these high-skills areas. We’re pleased to be part of their winner’s circle.”