First Roush Collection Open House Of 2018 Planned For Thursday, May 3rd

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This Thursay, May 3rd, the private Roush Collection will be opening its doors to the public, affording members of the public the opportunity to see some truly unique high-performance automobiles in person, including the 2017 Ford GT supercar owned by NASCAR team owner and businessman Jack Roush Sr. himself. The event will be hosted from 5 to 8pm, with door prize drawings at 5:30, 6:30, and 7:30, although tours of Roush CleanTech and Roush Performance will be held at 10am and 1pm, respectively.

Tours are limited to the first twenty people who reserve spots, so be sure to call (734)770-7290 to secure your place sooner rather than later.

At 6pm, the Roush Collection will hold an engine build demonstration, and there are precious few firms in the business we’d more like to get such a demo from. Roush Performance has been squeezing extra performance out of factory Ford passenger vehicles since 1995, and has become one of the biggest, most trusted names in Mustang tuning. Meanwhile, Roush Fenway Racing’s presence in NASCAR is legendary, and its partnership with Yates Racing to create Roush-Yates Engines has benefited most every Ford team in the sport.

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In addition, the Roush Collection Open House next month will feature a trophy room display and activities for the kids, according to the official Facebook event page. If you can’t make it out to Livonia this Thursday, don’t fret; two more Roush Collection Open Houses are planned for this year, on June 7th and August 9th, so you’ll have additional chances to attend.

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Written by Aaron Brzozowski

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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