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Red Roof Inns Trans Am race, Mid-Ohio, September 12, 1993.
Roush Racing, under contract to Ford, built thirty-three chassis for road racing. These were “silhouette” cars. That is, the cars had tube frames. Bodies were made of fiberglass or carbon fiber. Bodies from a variety of Ford cars could be hung on the frames. Roush raced these chassis’s with Mustang, Cougar, Capri, and Merkur XR4 bodies. The most commonly used body was the Mustang.
All thirty-three of these Roush road race chassis still exist. In the last few years, the Roush chassis have become popular among vintage racers. In fact, several collectors have more than one Roush chassis. See complete History (3.3mb PDF).
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