The Ford FR500C is a hand built race car and is one of only 28 of its kind that were purchased from Ford Racing for $125,000. It is the first turn-key race car that Ford has had on the market since the 1960's. This car is non-production, non-VIN and non-street able. This race car was not modified after assembly line production, but rather, hand built with attention to detail through the entire process. The FR500C was built in 2005 to compete in the Grand American Series GS Class. It also won that same year.
Powered by a Roush Yates built 5.0L "Cammer R50" engine it includes a Tremec T56 6-speed transmission and other race-spec parts including a Grand Am-spec rollcage. It is also known by its nickname "Boy Racer", assigned by Ford executives. This model won the manufacturers title in the Koni Challenge racing series in 2005 & 2008. This was after several attempts to slow the car down- such as a rearend gears change and additional weight. This is your chance to own a very clean and original piece of Ford Racing history. Spares available for additional money upon request.