Take a Look at Jack's Toys

Come as Jack Roush takes you on an exclusive behind-the-scenes video tour of his "toy" museum in Livonia, Mich., and gives his personal insight and the history behind many of the vehicles in his personal collection.  This multi-part series will have a new episode uploaded on the 1st and 15th of each month, so be sure to come back often to watch the entire series.  This museum is rarely opened to the public, and the stories Jack weaves are heard infrequently, so punch your ticket and join the tour group today.

 

Episode 1: Boss 429 Mustang

 

In this episode he gives his personal insight into the development of the Boss 429 Mustang
 


 

Episode 2: Bullitt One

 

In this episode he tells about the history of Bullitt One, a Mustang prototype with styling cues that go back to the famous movie car
 


 

Episode 3: Army Air Corps Staff Car

 

In this episode he tells the story behind his 1941 Army Air Corp Staff Car
 


 

Episode 4: John Player Special Trans-Am Mustang

 

In this installment Roush discusses the widely-recognized John Player Special Trans-Am Mustang
 


 

Episode 5: Ford Indigo

 

In this episode he talks about the Ford Indigo, a unique show car. Also, there is some historical footage from the Ford archives of this car on track
 


 

Episode 6: 1920s Ford Model T Sportster

 

In this installment Roush shows a 1920s-era Ford Model T Sportster, the “hot rod” of the time
 


 

Episode 7: 1935 Hispano Suiza

 

This episode has Jack talking about a rare 1935 Hispano Suiza and all the work that went into the engine
 


 

Episode 8: 1939 Ford Cabriolet

 

Jack talks about his 1939 Ford Cabriolet, its ties to his P-51 Mustang airplane, and how this car competes in The Great Race
 


 

Episode 9: Two 1960s Mustang Convertibles

 

This episode has Jack talking about a pair of 1960s Mustang convertibles, one which is a recreation of a car he owned while working for Ford, the other rescued from a fire
 


 

Episode 10: All Sport Trans-Am Mustang

 

Jack talks about the All Sport Mustang that Tommy Kendall drove to 12 wins in 1995, his final season in Trans-Am racing
 


 

Episode 11: 1965 Ford Mustang "K-Code"

 

This episode has Jack talking about a 1965 Mustang with the high-performance "K-Code" engine that he often drives around Michigan in the summer
 


 

Episode 12: ROUSH 427R

 

Jack talks about the popular ROUSH 427R Mustang
 


 

Episode 13: ROUSH F-150 Pickups

 

In this installment, Jack talks about the line of ROUSH F-150 pickup trucks
 


 

Episode 14: Ford 427 Mark II Engine

 

This episode shows the 427 Mark II engine which was used in the Ford GT40 which won Le Mans, and includes some great historical footage of the car on the racetrack
 


 

Episode 15: 2005 Ford GT

 

In this installment, Jack talks about the 2005 Ford GT, the work that ROUSH Industries did on the car and how that transferred into the ROUSH Performance Mustangs and truck line
 


 

Episode 16: Mustang Pace Cars

 

Jack talks about a couple of Ford Mustang pace cars in this episode – a 1994 Indy 500 Pace Car tribute vehicle and a 1980s era PPG CART Series pace car. Also seen is a Mustang prepared by ROUSH for use at the Bob Bondurant Driving School.
 


 

Episode 17: P-51 Mustang Airplane

 

In this episode Jack steps out of the museum and into the seat of his other Mustang love, the P-51 airplane.
 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About the author

ROUSH Performance
ROUSH Performance
ROUSH Performance, a division of Roush Enterprises, designs, engineers and manufactures completely assembled pre-titled vehicles, aftermarket performance parts, and superchargers for the global performance enthusiast market. Based in Plymouth Township, Michigan, ROUSH Performance was founded in 1995 by motorsports legend Jack Roush.
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