Mr Roush was asked to build a prototype hot rod vehicle based on the 1932 Ford. Ford was studying the feasibility of building 100 limited production Roush Performance versions of the '32 Roadster and this one-of-one vehicle will never be reproduced in its current form. It was a hands-on project and Rouse has his vision imprinted throughout the car. He personally chose the engine, a ROUSH Performance 4021R crate motor which puts out 500 horsepower and 500lb.-ft toque. Roush also chose the interior design as well as the beautiful burgundy color.
The LeMay Museum has this beautiful car for all to admire.