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For Sale: Grand-Am championship-winning Ford Mustang FR500C

By - March 5, 2013 – 1:02 pmOne Comment | 1,673 views

Rehagen Racing Ford Mustang FR500C

If you’re looking to own a piece of modern Ford Mustang racing history, then look no further than this Ford Mustang FR500C built by Rehagen Racing. The car won the Grand-Am GS class championship in 2009 with drivers Dean Martin Ken Wilden behind the wheel, and has recently been put up for sale by the Westland, MI-based race team. The car is built from a 2005 Mustang GT body-in-white and features a new 5.0L Cammer V8, newly rebuilt 6-speed transmission, Brembo race brakes, BBS wheels, Sparco race seat, custom roll cage and more.

The asking price? A reasonable $59,000. You can see the full listing and Rehagen Racing’s contact information over at www.racingjunk.com.

Rehagen Racing Mustang FR500C:

  • Built from 2005 Mustang GT Body-In-White
  • Custom Roll Cage
  • 5.0L CAMMER Engine (low hours on new engine)
  • FR500C Close-Ratio Gearbox (newly rebuilt)
  • Exedy Lightweight Clutch
  • Aluminum Driveshaft
  • 3.55 Axle Ration w/ Torsen T2R Differential (Recently rebuilt)
  • Differential Cooler
  • FR500C Racing Steering Gear
  • AIM Data Acquisition System
  • Sparco Competition Racing Seat and Harnesses
  • Quick Release Sparco Steering Wheel
  • RH and LH Head Restraint Net
  • Sparco Fire Suppression System
  • BREMBO Racing 14” Front Brakes
  • Carbon Fiber Front Brake Cooling Ducts
  • Custom Exhaust
  • PWR Custom Radiator
  • BBS Wheels
  • Koni Racing Dampers
  • Adjustable Front Stabilizer Bar
  • FR500C Front Control Arm Kits
  • Fuel Safe Fuel Cell (New 2010)
  • Dual Dry-Break Refueling
  • Motorola 25W in-car radio
  • MORE…

[Source: RacingJunk.com]

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