Roush P-51B Mustang Review

Posted on Friday, 14 November 2008 , 15:11:16 byEmil

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Roush P-51B Mustang Review

Roush unveiled the P-51B Mustang, the homage muscle auto to the well known fighter plane World War II. It`s based on a Mustang chassis 2009 and will have the limited to just 51 models. It will be on sale costing 65,800 Dollars.

The P-51B 2009 will run with a V8 Ford 4.6-liter engine delivering 510 hp plus 510 lb.-ft. torque. It has a sheave FEAD secondary, ROUSH six-piston brakes, all-new black wheels, Cooper RS3 ultra-high quality tires, ROUSH Stage III suspension.

This auto will not be confused then with the AV8R Mustang sold by Ford in August at a price of 500,000 Dollars. Unique charity auto that presented less horsepower (4 hundred) but had lots of original signatures taken from many celebrity aviators like John Travolta, Chuck Yeager...

"The 2009 ROUSH® P-51B™ is really the closest thing we can do to truly match the performance and styling of the fighter plane, " affirmed Jack Roush, who partial designed both the ROUSH® P-51A™ 2008 and the brand new P-51B™ Mustang 2009, "Just like the airplane, the P-51B™ Mustang has the power to outrun most anything, can turn like virtually nothing else, and will make those other ‘pilots’ have second thoughts before engaging in a skirmish."