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2004 Ford Mustang Roush 440A


2004 Ford Roush 440A
Roush 440A
Exterior Color:
Sonic Blue
Super Charged 4.6 L

Collectors, listen up the folks at Roush Performance thought maybe you'd like a special Fox-4-chassis New Edge edition that finished off this particular era of Mustang. Meet this '04 Roush 440A, its moniker meant to recognize both its 400 hp and the 40th anniversary of the Mustang breed. In another nifty coincidence, the "40" in its name also signifies its production volume. That's right, just two score of the 440A will be produced-with more convertibles than coupes-at Roush's 1,000,000-square-foot Livonia, Michigan facility were ever built. We guess the reason for the bias toward ragtops is that the single dealership that has bought the entire 40-car allotment is Brandon Ford, located in Central Floridas. Brandon Ford's general manager Wayne Hammond rationalizes it this way: "We've been the top-selling Roush dealer for a few years. A majority of our customers buy Roush vehicles as collector cars. When it was announced that the horsepower would be significantly high and that the production would be significantly low, we wanted to capture the entire market." A brave move that will, we suspect, pay off as we bid a final farewell to the New Edge SN-95. the Roush supercharged 440A uses an air-to-liquid intercooled Roots blower, with Eaton internals with a73 mm pulley, resulting in 8 psi of boost. To facilitate this additional airflow, a high-flow air filter and a 2.5-inch after-cat exhaust with 3-inch tips are also stock. The 4.6 Two-Valve actually dynos at something north of 407 hp, but Roush settled on a nice, round 400 ponies for marketing purposes. As can easily be seen, there's more to the 440A than just power. Its looks were toughened with a special hood wearing twin stripes that also extend over the assertive front fascia and the trunk lid, as well as the roof. The trunk lid wears a distinctive wing on top and the famous Roush tool kit underneath. Nostalgic '60s-style stripes also adorn the rocker panels, leaving no doubt to onlookers that this is indeed a 440A. At either end of those rockers are chrome 18-inch, five-spoke Roush rims wrapped in BFGoodrich g-Force T/A KD skins, 265/35 up front and a generous 295/35 out back where all the action takes place. The chassis consists of the Roush-specific lowering springs, dampers, a front antiroll bar, and aluminum rear lower control arms. The 440A retains its factory brakes, however. Here is your chance to own one of the rarest of Jack Roush’s creations today for only $26950.

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