"While Ford was busy working on its extensive redesign of the Mustang for 2010, there was a large fly on the wall of the engineering center. His name was Jack Roush.
"Thanks to the bagfulls of trophies Roush's racing programs have delivered to Dearborn over the years, the tuning division of his automotive empire, Roush Performance, was given the kind of insider access to development of the new 'Stang that other aftermarket companies would trade their entire supply of torque wrenches for.
"The first product of this cooperative is the 427R, a heavily reworked version of the Mustang GT aimed at drivers looking for a little more from their pony car experience than the factory ride provides. It's a $14,156 package that turns Not-So-Old Paint into a Kentucky Derby contender."
Read the full story: ROUSH 427R Review (FOX News)