This American racecar comes in Pirelli World Challenge race trim and has had an extensive amount of additional upgrades installed when compared to a standard Boss R or Boss S. This was an original body-in-white factory race car, built by Multimatic.
VIN: BOSSR002 BIW
Original Upgrades include:
- Roush Yates Racing Engines Boss 302 engine with Dry Sump system
- Boss R transmission
- Custom built rear end with Locker differential
- Custom cooling system
- Performance Friction brakes
- Boss R brake booster / MC / ABS
- KW Suspension System Dampers
- Forgeline Wheels
- Tiger Racing Carbon Fiber Hood
- Custom Carbon Fiber splitter
- G-Stream carbon fiber rear wing
- Lexan windows
- MoTeC Data Acquisition System
Added by MSW:
- New Cortex cambered rear axle (-2 degrees)
- New Cortex Watts Link Rear Suspension
- New Rear Brembo Brakes
- Custom stainless steel mandrel rear exhaust section, built to clear Watts Link.
- Custom height shift knobs
- Original WC fuel cell installed ~15gallons, enough for sprint races (under 45min). We also have a larger 30+ gallon cell that is included with necessary brackets.
- Forgeline 19″ wheels. Two complete sets, barely used.
- Mix of Michelin Slicks and new Bridgestone RE-71Rs.
- Roush Yates Engine on stand
- Complete Axle (no camber)
- Multiple Sway Bars
- Multiple Spring Sets
- Multiple Clutch/Flywheels
- Multiple Brake Components
- Much, much more.
These last updates only have two track weekends on them.
The window, center, and left side nets are good through the end of 2021. The harness is good through the end of 2020. No seat included.
Notes: Original livery was removed. The car is matte black over entire exterior with no wrap.
Typically, a car like this would cost around $150,000 to $200,000 to replicate, but you can get it for much less and with a racing pedigree. Underneath this Mustang’s belt is a list of racing highlights. It has taken 1st place at Lime Rock (Grand-Am Sept. 2013), 2nd place at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Grand-Am July 2013) and pole position at Grand-Prix of Long Beach (Pirelli World Challenge 2014).