2012 Ford Special

Roush Fenway Race Car

Summary

  • Year of manufacture 
    2012
  • Car type 
    Coupé
  • Competition car 
    Yes
  • Drive 
    LHD
  • Condition 
    Used
  • Number of seats 
    1
  • Location
  • Exterior colour 
    Black
  • Gearbox 
    Manual
  • Drivetrain 
    2wd
  • Fuel type 
    Petrol

Description

HIGHLIGHTS
Road Racing Chassis, Ex-NASCAR

Ideal For Regional and Vintage Racing Venues

Fun, Fast, Reliable Entry into Racing

Excellent Cosmetics, Fresh Major Service

OVERVIEW
I’ve had the same conversation three times now since this car arrived. People walk up to it (as anyone does when there is a race car in the building) and start looking it over and asking questions. We talk about the fact that it is an original NASCAR chassis, how it’s has been upgraded in subsequent years, the high level of cosmetics when you look it over, etc. Then the million-dollar question…

I ask them, what do you think the dollar level is on a race car like this?

$150,000?

$125,000-$150,000?

Something well over $100,000?

And everyone is flabbergasted when we tell them what we are listing it at. I’ve been around race cars my entire life, and I think this car may offer the best value proposition I have ever come across – for a dedicated race car solution. You get modern safety equipment, in a tube frame motorsport engineered chassis, plus a reliable and wallet friendly drivetrain.

Here is a factory Roush Fenway built NASCAR road racing chassis (not oval), that has been further upgraded with a Five Star 2016 Ford Fusion body (Same as the current ARCA series body) that saves 400 pounds over the original body. Now tipping the scales at 2,860 pounds, and featuring an LS3 running 550hp on pump gas, this car is fast, fun and reliable.

The car was built and developed by Roush Fenway for the 2012 season, and later acquired by BK Racing LLC after Roush. The car has been privately owned the last few years and used sparingly in regional events.

Mechanically the car is robust, and freshly serviced (transmission, brakes, suspension) in late 2021. All maintenance and service has been completed by a professional NW shop that specifically works on these type of race cars, bringing knowledge and thoughtful upgrades over the last few years. Running costs are extremely reasonable for such a purpose-built motorsport car.

Otto Engineering LS3 (T.O.E. #2136) 550 HP, runs on 92 octane pump fuel, currently utilizes a 7,200rpm limiter for longevity.

G Force South (GSR) 4 speed – 0 hours since rebuild

New Clutch assembly – 0 hours

Large Brembo Brakes (new front rotors), excellent condition

New Rear Axles – 0 hours

Rebuilt Ford 9” rear end w/3.40 final ratio, top speed approx. 168mph @ 7200rpm.

New Eibach springs fitted for better setup

The interior is focused on driver comfort and safety. There is a refurbished Butler Built NASCAR Seat to keep you planted while on track, plus a full plumbed Cool Suit system to keep your core temperatures in check. The car has a full onboard fire system, pre-wired for radio communications, and features a full gauge complement for the driver to keep an eye on mechanical health.

Spares Package – Two additional sets of Aero Wheels with tires, one set of Basset Wheels (with a different offset to utilize bias ply slicks if desired), data cable to adjust RPM limiter, various spare logo graphics, car cover, and all service records from current ownership.

Log Books – the car will be delivered with the current racing log book.

Please note this race car is sold on a Bill of Sale only.

Please contact Jason Harris at +1-206-355-7727 for more information on this 2012 Roush Fenway Race Car.