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Best of my research there were 54 foose stallions produced in 06 and only4 supercharged from unique performance, the Blue/silver one I own that Ford featured in thier booth at SEMA 06 (was told it was the only one not a dealer add-on). 3 other superchrged ones I have found area yellow/silver one from the Bear Brake booth at SEMA 06,a black/silver onethat was used in the Sioux City launch, and a Grey/black Convertible. The blue/gray and gray/black one's were featured in July 07 Mustang montly. http://www.mustangmonthly.com/featur...ngs/index.html
In 2007 they produced slightly under250 total Foose mustangs and the data on the supercharged versionsis hard to come by since Unique went bankrupt, best I can tell there werevery fewthat were not dealer add-ons (dealerships started adding superchargers to try and sell them once Unique ran into legal problems) if you have the window sticker for yours showing it came from Unique Performance Supercharged I would hang onto it. These should be rare cars in the future with proper documentation. I have been in contact with Tecstar, and am trying to get more acurate data, most of what I know came from the VP of sales for Unique Performance, andresearch.
Its funny how everyone thinks Foose and Foose Stallions are tainted because of unique performance, when the whole problem was due to the (GT500E and GT350SR) models which were licensed thru ......... anybody? That's right Shelby American, now I don't blame Shelby for the mess that occured no more than IletFoose off the hook, but at least every one of Foose's licensed cars were delivered with clean vin numbers and no deposits were kept. I have not read one sinlge person say they were scammed or lost a deposit on a Foose vehicle thruUnique performance or anyone.And as far as collectability, it depends what your kids want to buywhen they are in thier 50's since thats who will be collecting them. IMHO
The normal Foose mustang is labeled "Stallion". The car I have is a 07Foose supercharged and is labeled a "Super Stallion". I don't know how many are out there but it can't be many. All the press reseases are from Jan 07 atating that Foose is going to have a supercharged car for release in mid 07. Not long after that they ended production.
When I went to the Auction at Unique Performance last month most of thier documentation on the cars weresold with the desks, and file cabinets (I did not go thru them to see what was there, but there was alot)I am hoping that my source at tecstar can give mea breakdown of all the vehicle numbers since they produced them for Unique Performance, but they have been less than willing to help me out other than verbally.
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