As one of the best-selling such vehicles of all-time, the Ford Mustang is a common sight on our roadways, no matter the generation. However, there are obviously some rare pony car variants that have existed over that model’s time span as well, some built by FoMoCo itself, and others coming from the aftermarket. One such machine is the Roush Warrior, which was built in extremely limited quantities and sold to exclusively to U.S. military members via a partnership with Military AutoSource. Rarely do these models pop up for sale, but now, this low-mile 2014 Ford Mustang GT Warrior is up for grabs at Bring a Trailer.
A mere 50 examples of the 2014 Ford Mustang GT Warrior were built in total, which is an incredibly low number by any standard. But aside from being ultra-rare, this pony car is also in amazing condition with just 1,600 original miles on the clock, and it has remained in the possession of the original owner since it was purchased new.
That certainly shows in the car’s condition, as its Deep Impact Blue paint is mostly flawless – save for a single scrape – and it’s equipped with all of the requisite Roush Warrior modifications including side scoops, HID headlights and halo fog lights, body-colored taillight trim, a black billet grille insert, a Warrior windshield banner, and Warrior badging. The same goes for the pristine interior, which features badging and laser-etched door sill plates.
Power for this 2014 Ford Mustang GT Warrior comes from the naturally-aspirated Ford 5.0L V8 Coyote engine, which is fitted with a Ford Racing high-flow air intake and is mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Complete with a certification of authenticity, pony cars certainly don’t get much rarer than this, and given the fact that it might be the nicest Warrior of this age out there, it wouldn’t be surprising to see it generate considerable interest at auction.
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There is absolutely nothing special or impressive about this Mustang… Mustang fans are ridiculous. iTs CaLlED a WaRriOr but has nothing that differentiates it from any other mustang besides a word they put in a sales brochure.