Jack Roush and Fords go back a long way, and the Roush signature series Mustangs have always been special cars. This 2007 Roush 427R is one of only a handful built that year, packing a supercharged 4.6 liter V8, and since this one was purchased as a future collectable, it shows a scant 7742 actual miles. The unusual Vista Blue finish is accentuated by white Roush stripes that are, not surprisingly, reminiscent of the famous Boss 302. With such low mileage, you know the physical presentation is immaculate and the car seems to glow in the showroom. The deeper Roush chin spoiler isn't mangled and scraped, the special hood scoop sits proudly atop the hood, and the rear wing fits so well that it's hard to believe it was installed in three pieces. As usual, the highest praise we can give a car is that it is like new, and this car presents very close to the way it would have when the first owner unwrapped it on a very special day in 2007. It's been driven, but carefully! Roush was always careful to select upgrades that were functional, not merely cosmetic, so the body add-ons add stability at high speeds as well as force-feeding cool air to the supercharged power plant living under the hood. The interior is standard Mustang equipment, but in 2007, that was definitely a good thing. The vintage-themed pony car delivers big comfort with black bucket seats wrapped in comfortable leather, a big three-spoke steering wheel, and white-faced gauges that monitor all the vitals and wear big ROUSH logos on their faces. Everything was standard equipment, including A/C, power windows, locks, and mirrors, a tilt wheel, cruise control, and a thumping AM/FM/ CD stereo system that can still compete with the rumbling exhaust note. Of note, the Hurst short shifter for the 5-speed manual gearbox is a joy to row through the gears and Jack put his signature on various parts of the interior, just to remind you that you're driving something special built by one of the great names in Blue Oval motorsports. And this Mustang is also practical, offering a deep, flat trunk that'll easily accommodate all your gear for a long road trip. Oh, and one of the coolest things ever: there's a custom Roush tool kit under the trunk lid, but it's so beautiful, I bet you'll never use it! Hardware is what matters on a Roush, and the '427' in its name refers to the horsepower output of the supercharged, excuse me, ROUSHcharged, 4.6 liter 3-valve V8. At the time, it was the most powerful Roush Mustang ever built and even today, it's bloody fast. But with all that power comes a remarkable amount of sophistication, making this a car you can easily drive every day. A few revisions to the engine software and a less restrictive exhaust system add a few horsepower over the former Stage 3 models, and it's an absolute blast to drive. Underneath, Roush also adds stiffer springs and shocks, upgraded sway bars, and a few other goodies to give the suspension the competence it needs to handle the power. It's shockingly clean under there, too, because it's unlikely that this car has ever seen rain, so every factory detail is still vivid and easy to see. Custom Roush 18-inch alloys are bathed in chrome and then wrapped with a set of aggressive performance radials that still have a lot of life left in them. Fully documented and beautifully, this is a collector-grade tuner Mustang from one of the great names in motorsports. Call today!