The American company Roush, whose creations are based on Ford’s cars, has prepared a car to show how today’s famous Mustang Boss 429 was produced at the end of the 1960s.
Behind the name Roush 729 hides the current Ford Mustang whose body is painted in green, which was once the trademark of the Mustang Boss 429, under whose long engine cover was the Ford 7.0-liter V8 engine.
A reminder of one of the most expensive American “muscle” cars is equipped with several carbon body components, an expanded bodywork and a unique Vossen RVS wheelset with Continental ExtremeContact tires.
For this opportunity the brakes are “borrowed” from Brembo, and under the front cover is hidden the 5.0 liter V8 engine (Coyote), which in combination with a mechanical compressor on the rear axle delivers 700 hp.
The interior of one of the definitely most beautiful Mustang exhibited at the SEMA Fair in Las Vegas is equipped with leather-covered Recaro seats, racing seat belts and a Watson safety cage.