Sports Car Club of America Trans Am Mustang Ready For Action
When you think of Trans Am racing & Mustangs, you think of the late ’60s & early ’70s. However, there’s another key era for Mustang fans.
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When you think of Trans Am racing and Mustangs, you’d be forgiven for immediately conjuring up images of the late ’60s and early ’70s era, when men like Parnelli Jones and Bud Moore dominated the series. However, there’s another important era for racing-loving Mustang fans.
Back in the 1990s, the revitalized Trans Am series was back with a vengeance, and full of the close competition and innovation of the original, with a healthy dose of 1990s-style aggression. If you point your browser over to RacingJunk, you could have a piece of the action for yourself.
Don’t look at it as an opportunity twenty years too late, look at it as a chance to dive headfirst into the world of vintage racing. Rub shoulders with rich playboys and their million-dollar Ferraris with an investment of just $85,000.
That price gets you a complete race care with a Roush-built engine, a Hewland sequential transmission, a carbon Kevlar body, and a ton of spares to hopefully get you through your first year of racing.
Whether you’re a collector, a racer, or just a grown-up ’90s kid, there’s nothing better that we could recommend for your stable. With a racing pedigree that includes names like Said, Semo, and Newman, now’s your chance to add your name to this car’s rich racing history.