Finding Time for the Limited Roush Roadster

By: Joe Thompson

You would like to make your vehicle look new despite it being already ten years old to date. You tried putting in some new to make it look different but you still cannot shake off that feeling that your vehicle has already gone old on you.

Well, maybe you just need to get in touch with some of the newest vehicles in the market. Maybe even get to know some of these ones so you can get a breath of fresh air. At least, even for a little while, be with the newest vehicles just so as to satisfy your craving for a new one until you get the right amount of money to purchase your new wheels.

Maybe you may want to try out the limited edition 2007 Roush Roadster. This vehicle may not be that kind of a looker for some people however it does give you back the thrill of being on the road and feeling the wind whip up your hair as you go from one destination to another. But you have to be quite lucky indeed for there are only a hundred units of the Roush Roadster created.

If you do not know what the 2007 Roush Roadster, you can bring go back to the 2006 SEMA show. That was when this vehicle was first presented to be public. And yes, it certainly does look like the Ford Mustang convertible version. Well, it is a version of the mentioned convertible though.

The exterior of the vehicle has been custom painted. Two colors have been used to create that different kind of look for the vehicle. The base of this vehicle has been taken from that one used by the popular Ford Mustang GT. The company's Roush factory was the one who did the changing and upgrading so much so that you do get the Roush Roadster as the finished product. The people behind the vehicle used an aerobody kit that was comprised of four pieces. Changes to the vehicle's front end, fog lamps, rear wings, hood scoop, and chin spoiler were also done.

Jack Roush says, "We have done some limited edition convertibles in the past, but this new Roush Roadster is certainly one of the finest looking cars we have ever designed. The two-tone paint scheme is beautiful and with the top down the stresses of the day just seem to go away with the wind. I know that the plan is only to make 100, but I think that number might have to be reduced by one as there should be a Roadster in my garage."

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