Roush Performance To Give Guided Tour Of Its Facility In New Series: Video

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Roush Performance – one of the most well-respected names in the world of automotive performance – is soon to launch a new web video series to provide fans with guided tours of its facility in Michigan, and everything that goes on therein.

Founded in 1995 by Jack Roush, co-owner of NASCAR team Roush Fenway Racing, Roush Performance is something of an authority when it comes to modifying Ford models like the Mustang and F-150 extensively to provide maximum performance. We’ve written extensively about Roush’s high-performance Ford Mustang models in the past – a category which includes the supercharged, 670-horsepower Roush Stage 3 Mustang, based on Ford’s V8-powered Mustang GT.

“In the last three and a half years, I’ve gotten a lot of questions about what our company is, how our production of Mustangs and F-150s work, and what a facility like Roush Performance looks like,” says Roush Performance Northwest Regional Sales Manager Will Woodington. “So we wanted to do a detailed walkaround for all the interested fans and customers out there, so you guys can see how these incredible vehicles get made from start to finish.”

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New videos in the Roush Performance tour series will be posted to YouTube every Wednesday.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

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