1969 Ford Mustang Fastback 5.0 BOSS 94.7 WCSX Stone Soup Project
This is truly a one-of-a-kind, spirit-of-Detroit collector car. It was built for charity and raffled off by Detroit's Classic Rock Station 94.7 WCSX to benefit The Childrens Miracle Network at Beaumont Hospital. All parts and labor were donated by industry leading companies. Based on the fable of "Stone Soup" - where everyone pitches in and you wind up with something wonderful - this project is a reflection of the automotive spirit and hard working nature of Detroit.
They started out with a special Dynacorn 1969 Mustang Fastback shell, donated by Ford, that was made specifically for Edsel Ford in 2009 and hung on display at SEMA in 2010. Roush donated a 2013 Roush Coyote 5.0RSC 575HP 302L Ford Racing BOSS and the project was set in motion.
Every top-quality, high-performance peice of this vehicle was donated by industry leading automotive companies in and around the Detroit area. It was assembled by Roush and Ice-Nine group. Below is a list of donators and contributors to this project.
Ford Motor CompanyFord Motor Company Roush Performance Ice-Nine Group Dynacorn CJ Pony Parts National Parts Depot Year One New Vintage USA TMI Eaton Detroit Springs American Autowire ABC Warehouse Kenwood Audio Ford Racing Flaming River Evolution Audio Tremec MDL DynoTech Detroit TrueTrac DTS Sikkens BSI FSI Odyssey Tool
This car was highly publicized and sought after in the months leading up to the raffle. It was featured on display at every major 2012 car cruise in Detroit, including the Woodward Dream Cruise. Acknowledged by Bill Ford and Alan Mulally, this Mustang raised over $130,000 for its cause and raffle tickets were purchased by high profile Detroit celebrities such as Alice Cooper.
The interior dash and components are that of a 1969 Mustang with new seats and high-end stereo system.
Here is a letter from Bill Ford about the Mustang:
LETTER FROM BILL FORD TO EVERYONE
8/23/2012 Jim O'Brien ------------- Dear Jim, Wow! The photo you sent of the 575 hp Roush Supercharged 69 Mustang is stunning! Congratulations to you and the entire WCSX crew behind the Stone Soup Project, as well as all the car enthusiasts, hobbyists, die hards and automotive suppliers who all came together to build this fabulous car from the shell up. Pulling together for a great cause in this instance, the Childrens Miracle Network at Beaumont Childrens Hospital is one of the things that makes Detroit a great place to live, work and show our passion for cars. Good luck to all those who purchase raffle tickets in hopes of winning this latest creation from the Motor City! Bill Ford Executive Chairman Ford Motor Company
Check out this website for videos and more information about the assembly process of this rare vehicle: http://www.wcsx.com/stonesoup/home.aspx
CHASSIS Ford factory built with TCI tubular A-arm coil-over shock, independent rack & pinion steering, solid axle RWD 9 DTS Ford built with Truetrac posi center section, Strange Engineering Axles and parallel Detroit Eaton semi-elliptic multi leaf spring rear suspension. Wildwood stainless steel 4 wheel disc brakes.
BODY Donated by Ford Motor Company. All Steel Reproduction #1 of 1 Dynacorn 1969 Mustang Fastback. Fiberglass BOSS 429 hood, front/rear spoilers. Zinc coated and custom finished Red Pearl Sikkens basecoat/clear coat.
ENGINE Donated by Roush Performance. 2013 Roush Coyote 5.0RSC 575HP 302L Ford Racing BOSS. DOHC with Roush SuperCharger, K&N air filter. Stainless Steel Custom Exhaust.
TRANSMISSION Donated by Tremec. Tremec T56 Magnum 6 speed manual with Hurst floor shift.
INTERIOR Custom leather and fabric interior by TMI Products
WHEELS/TIRES Donated by Discount Tire. BOSS 358, 8 front, 10 rear wheels. Falken AT615K, 245/35R18 front, 275/35R18 rear
ASSEMBLY Ice-Nine Group, Roush
GENERAL 2012 WCSX Stone Soup Project to benefit The Childrens Miracle Network at Beaumont Hospital.
KNOWN DEFECTS Speedometer does not work. No heating or AC system installed.
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