Jack Roush Jr.’s Pirelli World Challenge Race Car FOR SALE

Jr Race CarJr Race Car 7The biggest Roush fans now have a shot at owning a piece of Roush history. Jack Roush Jr.’s 2013 Ford Mustang Boss 302 Race Car is now being auctioned on eBay, with a starting bid of $84,900. Bidding ends this coming Tuesday, August 29th, at 3:20pm. There is no reserve set.

Jack Jr.’s race car is being sold in Pirelli World Challenge race trim, complete with additional content and upgrades beyond what a standard Boss R or Boss S is equipped with.

Highlights in the life of the Boss include a second-place finish at Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Grand-Am – July 2013), a first-place finish at Lime Rock (Grand-Am – Sept. 2013), and pole position at Grand-Prix of Long Beach (Pirelli World Challenge – 2014).

Now, the basics. The race car’s base is a Boss R BIW, powered by a Roush Yates Racing Engines Boss 302 engine with Dry Sump system, paired to a Boss R transmission. The Boss also features a custom-built rear end with locking differential, custom cooling system, Performance Friction brakes, Boss R brake booster/MC/ABS, and KW Suspension System Dampers, along with a MoTeC Data Acquisition System, and more! Forgeline Wheels, a Tiger Racing Carbon Fiber Hood, a Custom Carbon Fiber splitter, G-Stream carbon fiber rear wing, and Lexan windows round out the list of appearance upgrades.

Spares are available, but are not included in the sale. It is estimated that the car would cost between $150,000 and $200,000 to replicate. The car is priced to sell to support the current Continental Tire race program.

As an added bonus, the purchaser’s name will be displayed on the side of the Continental Tire Mustang GT4 racecar for the remainder of the 2017 IMSA racing season.

Shipping will be the responsibility of the buyer, but transportation can be arranged.

For more details, please view the eBay listing here!Jr Race Car 5Jr Race Car 6Jr Race Car 2Jr Race Car 3Jr Race Car 4

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