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HOT ROD: A SALEEN MUSTANG COLLECTION TO DIE FOR

A Saleen Mustang Collection to Die For
Power in the Hands of… One?

BY: MARYBETH KICZENSKI on OCTOBER 2, 2019
Original Article: HOTROD.COM

We’ll wager a bet that you’ve heard the name Steve Saleen, and we’ll bet the farm that every Mustang enthusiast knows the name, as the builder of the infamous Saleen Mustangs. Coming from a Formula Atlantic open-wheel racing background, Saleen began turning out modified Fox-body Mustangs in the 1980s, from 1984 to 1993. Roughly 2,700 of the Saleen Mustangs were built during the Fox era, and a bunch more from ’94 to today. The Saleens were among the first “tuner” Mustangs on the market, and with their modified (sometimes Vortech-supercharged) engines and suspensions, they were a bright spot in the often dismal mid-1980s performance scene.

Saleen’s tagline, “Power in the hands of a few,” definitely means a bit more to Scott Warren of Highland Park, Illinois. As an avid Mustang enthusiast, the performance capabilities of the Saleen-modified ones always peaked (piqued) his interest. Scott’s first Mustang was a black-over-grey 1987 GT that would go on to both fuel his addiction to black cars, as well as the quest for a real Saleen.

For Scott, what stood out about the Saleen cars was their track record. Saleen took home the driver, team, and manufacturer’s championships in SCCA Escort Endurance series in both 1987 and Saleen’s winning continued in 1988, including a 1-2-3 in the 24 Hours of Mosport in ’88 with a three-Mustang team, a first for Ford since the GT40 tromping of Ferrari at LeMans in 1966.

Saleen Mustangs are special in that every vehicle is serialized, like Shelbys were and still are. This appealed to Scott, as well. Not only does serializing make each car unique, they also come with a story that can be tracked throughout a car’s history. Scott used this to his advantage in searching out cars from limited-production runs, super high-performance offerings, press cars, test mules, or Saleen’s personal cars—that unique serial number and bumper number tells the story. Scott learned that the cars with low bumper/serial numbers tend to be these special builds or in-house company demos; the ones sold to the public typically begin at number 10 but the numbers also don’t always follow in sequence.

After nearly 20 years from his first encounter with a Saleen Mustang, Scott purchased his first one, a black 1987 convertible. While this car started his journey into actual ownership, it would be the special ones mentioned above that he would ultimately end up with.

While the core of his collection consists of Fox Saleens, his many years of driving and collecting them have led him to appreciate all the body styles. Scott is also an active member of The Saleen Club of America which, as he says, has brought together so many people from across the country who share a passion for Saleen automobiles. Even though the Fox Mustang started it all for Saleen, there are highly desirable variants spanning across various generations of Mustangs, many of which he has in his collection. Let’s take a look at them, shall we?

1993 SC #02

Saleen released its first Mustang in 1984 and to celebrate its five-year anniversary in 1989, produced the Saleen SSC, a special edition of 161 Mustangs with specially modified engines that made 292 hp. The ’89 SSC was the first Saleen to receive full EPA certification. These cars proved popular so in 1990-1993 the model was referred to as the Saleen SC, (for Super Car). The production was skipped in ’92. This car, of which only 26 were built, was designed to showcase how far the Fox platform could be pushed while retaining a warranty, something that’s critically important to anyone purchasing a new car. The production numbers of this top of the line Saleen SC can be broken down like this:

SALEEN SC PRODUCTION
1990 13
1991 9
1992 0
1993 4
TOTAL: 26

All of them, except one, sported unique interiors. They were fitted with unique wheels and a larger diameter exhaust. Engine-wise, Saleen fitted them with a Saleen-specific intake and other engine parts. Some received adjustable suspension bits, and some later models were Vortech-supercharged. In 1990, the SC cars were rated at 315 hp, which was a lot of power for the early ’90s. Saleen offered the package for 1992, but there were no takers. For 1993, four cars were ordered. Of these cars, one was a convertible. What makes this batch special is that they came with a 450hp rating. These cars were identical in performance to the SA-10 models except for paint scheme and interior seat stitching. The ’93 SC cars even had the carbon hood originally offered on the SA-10. Scott’s ’93-’02 SC is the lone hatchback produced with this 450hp combination. What does this equate to in performance numbers? Off the showroom floor the car would bolt 0-60 in 4.8 seconds and cover the quarter mile in 12.9 seconds. Again, for the early ’90s that was fast!

Scott’s 1993 #02SC originally stickered for $39,990 and was used as a daily driver during the first part of its life, where it was traded between collectors. Later it spent several years on display at Performance Autosport in Richmond, VA. Scott was adamant about telling his friend there how much he loved that particular car and this communication proved beneficial when the car came up for sale a few years back. Scott was able to scoop it up with 54,000 original miles.

1993 SA10 #01

The Fox-body Mustang came to an end in 1993 which coincidently was also Saleen’s 10th year of production. To celebrate, the company decided to offer the SA10 model. In order to purchase one of these special edition cars, you had to be a member of the Saleen Owners and Enthusiasts Club. What makes the SA10 models special was that these were the first cars to use sequential serial numbers from Ford. All 10 of the black LX hatchbacks came off the line in order and were shipped to Saleen for the conversion. Exterior wise, the black cars were marked with yellow and white accent decals, a carbon fiber hood, and flat-lipped Stern wheels. Scott notes that these wheels are often copied, and stresses that only 10 or 11 Saleens ever came with them. Interior wise, all but one car received Recaro leather seating. From this point, the customer could pick and choose his/her vehicle’s options from the Saleen Performance Parts catalogue and as such, no two cars are exactly the same. The SA10’s base car, a supercharged Saleen but not an SC, came with 325 hp. Obviously, based on which additional performance goodies were ordered, the car could leave with 450 hp. Less than 10 Fox-body Saleen Mustangs with 450 hp were ever produced—four were the Saleen SC flavor, and the remainder were the SA10 cars.

SA10 #01 was originally built for John McCauley, President of the Saleen Owners and Enthusiasts Club. Like all original purchasers of these special cars, John met with Saleen to discuss the additional details of the build. John enjoyed racing so he wanted this to be a race car. While some collectors would frown upon this decision, others would applaud it—after all, these cars were born from a racing heritage. SA10 #01’s performance story began with a balanced and blueprinted engine fitted with ported cylinder heads. This is the only SA10 with a Saleen-specific intake for more horsepower. From there, a Tremec five-speed and a 3.55 gear with an Auburn differential transferred that horsepower to the ground via heavy duty racing springs and shocks at all four corners. Interior wise, John had the rear seat deleted, and a four-point roll cage installed. A custom Pioneer stereo with a 10-disc changer rounded out the build because, you know, street car! Because of the racing intent for this particular SA10, it would become the most-optioned build, and was built by Joe Gosinski and his team at Saleen. Joe, for those not up to speed on Saleen history, was the man behind the infamous 1994-1999 S-351R but met a tragic end a few years ago—more on that later.

Being the first prototype build, SA10 #01 has a few other details that make it different from the reminder of the SA10s. The graphics are slightly different and the wheels have unique polished center caps. The car also spent time on the show circuit, including being Vortech’s booth car at SEMA. What was the original cost for this special Saleen? MSRP was over $50,000 for this race-ready Fox. Gosinsky would later open Chicane Motorsports in California, A subsequent owner of #01 took the car to Joe’s shop where he refreshed the entire drivetrain and brought the car back to collector-original quality. Scott eventually purchased the car from Mark LaMaskin who owns Performance Autosport in Richmond VA (and helped us with some technical information on this story). The car had been in the Roger Rodas’ collection. Roger was a good friend and client of Mark’s, after Roger’s death Mark helped the family place all of his collectable Mustangs. The SA10s, due to their storied history and performance prowess, firmly place them as one of the most sought-after Fox-body Mustangs. Of the 10 offered, only nine were ultimately built due to a customer backing out on the deal. This car is one of Scott’s most prized possessions, the other being the aforementioned legendary S-351.

The Non-Saleen: 1993 SAAC MKII #01 Convertible

Scott may be a die-hard Saleen owner but that doesn’t limit him from appreciating special cars built by other notable builders. Carroll Shelby, as everyone knows, made history with some of the most incredible Mustangs ever to grace the planet. The SAAC MKI and MK2 cars of the early 1990s have an interesting history due to the fact Shelby was under contract with Chrysler at the time, building the crazy pocket rockets for Dodge. This project was a secret between a few Ford engineers and Shelby, so secret that the first few cars were built in the garage of one of the original people involved in the program. Production was eventually moved to Watson Engineering in MI. Scott’s car was the last one built, and it was assembled at Kar Kraft (home of the Boss 429 Mustangs). The goal was to create a modern day G.T. 350 and they almost pulled it off, but right around the launch of the MK1, Chrysler issued a cease and desist order against Shelby. The cars were quickly rebranded as SAAC (Shelby American Automobile Club) instead of Shelby. Production-wise, 37 white-with-blue-stripes MK1 cars were built. MK2s saw a mix of hatchbacks and convertibles and the colors were expanded to include red and black. Out of the approximate 21 cars made, 12 were convertibles.

The MK cars came with nearly 300 naturally-aspirated horsepower with the GT40 package that consisted of different heads, larger throttle body, and a tubular GT40 intake. The brakes were upgraded to four-wheel discs and three-piece Simmons wheels finished the look. In order to assist with brake cooling, the fog lights were removed in favor of air ducts. Interestingly enough, some believe that without this secret project the 1993 Cobra would have never happened. Ford sold some back-room parts to get the cars built and also used it as the test bed for EPA certification. Also note the lack of fake air scoops that the GT body had.

Scott’s ownership of this car came through an eBay auction—goes to show that sometimes you really can find awesome things on the site. Sitting at around 10,000 original miles, this drop-top Fox is a wonderful example of this complicated three-way relationship that left a sour taste in one manufacturer’s mouth.

1997 S351 #026R

The “R” designation on any Saleen means something special. The S351 series was built from 1994 until 1999, and these legendary cars were the first ones in which Saleen changed out the entire driveline. There were less than 300 produced throughout the entire production run. Some of these cars started out as basic V6s while others were V8s and after Saleen’s swap, power output ranged from 371 hp on the naturally aspirated models to the 505hp fire-breathing supercharged variants. Again, this is the mid- to late-’90s so that kind of power for a car with a warranty was incredible at the time.

Scott acquired S351 #026R after the untimely murder of Chicane Motorsports owner Joe Gosinski in 2010. The car found its way to Joe’s shop with intentions of being turned into a track car. The customer ran out of money, so Joe acquired it as a personal project. A Maximum Motorsports suspension and Global West subframe connectors were installed just prior to Joe’s untimely passing, so when Scott took possession his job was to reassemble and install the original drivetrain and Tremec six-speed. Currently sitting at 15,000 miles, this was one of four cars built with every available option. Those options were the 10-inch rear wheels, 3.55 rear end, two-point chassis brace, and the Recaro leather interior. All S351s received Alcon brakes as a standard feature in 1997. S351 #026R is Scott’s favorite car to drive on the street. He said that the combination of the chassis and suspension work with the sheer power from the supercharged engine make it an absolute beast. Because of his connection with Joe, this car holds a special place in his heart and he never plans on selling it.

1997 S281 Cobra #173

The Supercharged Extreme Rainbow Cobra Speedster Saleen is a mouthful to describe. It is one of 182 cars built on the Cobra chassis and the only convertible ever painted this color—less than 20 Saleens in total were painted this color. Often confused with Ford’s Mystic, this is a completely different color as BASF was a partner of the Saleen/Allen racing team and manufactured the paint for them.

The story of S281C #173 began as a custom build for a customer in Colorado. He insisted on a white top, and the only way to get one was to order a red car, so this car started life as a red cobra convertible. Why is this significant if the car needs to be repainted? Well, Saleen preferred black cars because then they didn’t have to paint the engine bay. A bill for an additional $4,000 for labor was added to the customer’s build in order to remove the drivetrain to paint the engine bay. With an original sticker price of $58,287 and the additional labor costs, plus $4,286 for the supercharger install, this car topped out at $66,573! The original owner supplied a disposable camera to document the build and some photos are said to show the test-fitting of the Vortech supercharger at Saleen’s production facility but Saleen records show that the car was shipped off to a dealer for the supercharger install.

This was another eBay score for Scott. He came across the auction 12 years ago and immediately called the seller to end it. This was his second Saleen and the one he has owned the longest. As it sits today, the car only has about 4,000 miles on it. With the eye-catching paint and unique build details, the car remains one of the most recognizable Saleens out there.

2011 Black Label #01

With all these rare and special Saleen vehicles, what does Scott drive daily? Why a Saleen, of course! True to his collector roots, this also isn’t just “any old Saleen.” The 2011 Black Label (2011-01BL) that serves daily duty started out as a car for Liz and Steve Saleen to use as a commuter for work. At some point, the car was then used as a test mule for what was going to be “George Follmer” editions. A modified engine in addition to suspension tweaks were installed and tested at the track. The car was then shipped to Charlotte to celebrate the Mustang’s 50th anniversary where Steve Saleen gave test rides in the car on the track. Then in 2014, the Black Label body kit was installed and the car was shipped to China as a marketing tool to help launch the brand there. When the Mustang switched body styles in 2015, Saleen sold it to Scott with 26,000 miles on it. Modern Saleens use a “label” to designate the trim levels: White Labels are base models, Black Label is the top trim, and Yellow Label is a White Label with a supercharger. As a true daily driver, Scott has driven this car to over a dozen states and has taken it to two different Saleen Nationals plus Ponies in the Smokies.

There we have it! A somewhat brief history into Saleen as told through the stories of one dedicated owner and his collection of rare and unique Mustangs!

Factoid

In 1985, Steve Saleen’s secretary miscounted the vehicles produced that year, omitting vehicle number 6. Since 1985, Saleen has had the tradition of not issuing the #6 bumper number on any of its vehicles. And now you know.

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PRE-PRODUCTION S281 EXTREME (05-0001E) TO HIT BARRETT-JACKSON, LAS VEGAS

Lot #645
2005 FORD MUSTANG SALEEN EXTREME PROTOTYPE #001
Auction: Las Vegas 2019
Reserve: NO RESERVE
Status: Available
Price Request Bidder Info
Lot: 645
Year: 2005
Make: FORD
Model: MUSTANG SALEEN
Style: EXTREME PROTOTYPE

Details
VIN: 1ZVFT82H755131288
Exterior Color: SPEEDLAB YELLOW
Interior Color: CHARCOAL
Cylinders: V8
Engine Size: 4.6-LITER SUPERCHARGED
Transmission: 6-SPEED MANUAL

Description
Lot #645 – This is a fully documented 2005 Saleen Extreme S281 R&D Prototype finished in Speedlab Yellow over a Dark Charcoal leather interior with black graphics. It’s a true one-of-one car with 21,727 actual miles, most of which occurred during factory testing, and is powered by a 4.6-liter V8 engine backed by a 6-speed manual transmission.

Saleen did not release the Extreme model to the general public for purchase until 2006. This Saleen was used as the promotional Extreme model, which was unveiled at the Chicago and New York auto shows, generating pre-orders for 2006 production. This exact car can also be found within factory promotional literature. The 2005 Extreme Prototype story is very unique. In the Saleen production logs there were three prototypes set for production in 2005: #0001E, #0002E and #0003E. In reality, the #0003E car was never actually produced. The #0002E car, Sonic Blue in color, was purchased by an R&D employee and totaled while driving in the rain a short time after. This #0001E car is not only the first 2005 Extreme prototype but also the only remaining prototype in existence for the ’05-09 lineage. Many components on the car are hand-built and first of their kind, from the quarter-window deletes and carbon diffusers to a host of custom Saleen internal engine components.

In 2018 the 05-0001E was shipped to Corona, CA, not only for firsthand factory authentication, but to attend the Saleen World Car Show. For the show, the Saleen family selected one car from each production lineage to be parked in front of headquarters on display, and the 05-0001E was selected to represent the ’05-09 lineage. Ultimately, the one-of-a-kind 05-0001E was selected to receive The Best of Show award. While at Saleen Headquarters, Steve Saleen personally signed the dash with the #1 designation, and signed the engine compartment as well. Molly Saleen also signed her picture endorsing the 05-0001E at the show. All documented signatures, video of Steve Saleen signing 05-0001E, signed Factory Authentication Letter, processed Saleen Best of Show Award check, Saleen World Car Show numbered vehicle entry pass, and a factory brochure with 05-0001E featured will accompany the car. CARFAX shows Ford Motor Company manufacturer safety recall issued on 01/27/2019: Passenger airbag inflator replacement.

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BERYLLIUM S281 EXTREME (06-0019E) HITS eBay

Price: $55,770.00
VIN: 1zvft82h265200180
Vehicle Title: Clear
Year: 2006
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Sub Model: Saleen S281 Extreme
Body Type: Coupe
Number of Cylinders: 8
Engine: 4.6L 281 Cu. In. V8 Supercharged
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Exterior Color: Beryllium
Interior Color: Charcoal
Mileage: 2,300
For Sale By: Hardee Auto Sales
eBay #: 202692592498

06-0019E S281 Extreme
06-0019E S281 Extreme

According to the Dupont Registry and other Saleen resources this $15000 Beryllium paint option was only offered on 3 cars in 2006. The Original MSRP was nearly $87k. Any mustang museum would love to have this super rare starburst Saleen. Please call with any questions. Thanks 8434578989

RARE 2005 S281 SC CONVERTIBLE (05-1072) HITS eBay

Price: BID
VIN: 1ZVFT85H655177402
Vehicle Title: Clear
Year: 2005
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Sub Model: Saleen S281 Supercharged
Body Type: Convertible
Number of Cylinders: 8
Engine: 4.6L 281 Cu. In. V8 Supercharged
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Exterior Color: Screaming Yellow
Interior Color: Charcoal
Mileage: 2,116
For Sale By: Hardee Auto Sales
eBay #: 192897206344

05-1072 S281 Supercharged
05-1072 S281 Supercharged

I am helping a friend liquidate his collection. This will be a NO RESERVE auction. The local Ford dealer knows about this car so there is a chance that it may sell locally before the auction ends. He would like to get $40,000, but he will sell it to the highest bidder at the end of the auction. I am the owner of a local dealership and we sell over 200 units a month. We have all the connections for trade-in valuations, financing options, and transportation assistance. This car will be located at my residence inside of a climate controlled garage. Please text or call if you would like to inspect it. It is brand new in every way. It even still smells new. I can be reached at 8434578989.

PARCHMENT INTERIOR S281 SC (06-1084) HITS eBay

Price: $32,500.00
VIN: 1ZVHT85H765228657
Condition: Used
Vehicle Title: Clear
Year: 2006
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Trim: S281 Saleen
Engine: 4.6 L, 3V, SOHC V-8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive Type: RWD
Mileage: 66,500
Body Type: Convertible
Exterior Color: Laser Black
Interior Color: Tan
For Sale By: Private Seller
eBay #: 302992731538

06-1084 S281 Supercharged
06-1084 S281 Supercharged

Seller Notes:

“Supercharged Mustang that runs beautifully! Pros: 1 of a kind Saleen Mustang supercharged convertible -documentation from Saleen that this is the only black and tan Saleen mustang supercharged convertible with an automatic transmission built in 2006 -1640 Saleens produced in 2006. Only 416 were convertibles and of which only 203 of them came with a supercharged engine. Of that this is the ONLY black and tan automatic, supercharged convertible. Drives amazing, tons of power. No problems with transmission. Cons: A few (2-3) door dings, previous owner backed into the bumper/light. I had to repaint bumper and replace light. Clear title so no accident reports documented on Carfax.”

2006 Saleen Mustang Supercharged Convertible
Original MRSP $55,989
Engine: 4.6L, 3V, SOHC V-8
Horsepower: 435bhp@5800 RPM
Torque: 425lg-ft@4000RPM

Saleen Intercooled Supercharger: Saleen Series VI integrated Twinscrew Supercharge with Two-stage water-to-air intercooler system: Cast 356-T6 aluminum alloy construction

Saleen Management Design: molded front fascia, front grille, spoiler, body panels, turn signals…

Front Suspension: MacPherson strut with lower control arm; Saleen Racecraft system including N2 struts with linear-rate coil-over springs, 1.38 in tubular stabilizer (anti-roll bar)

Rear suspension: Saleen Racecraft system

Runs amazing, drives great

Clean history with no accidents per VIN history but the previous owner had bumped the front bumper which caused the paint to peel. I had to have bumper repainted and the front left light replaced.

Free shipping to lower 48 contiguous US states.

Contact me for more information, pictures or any questions regarding the mustang or shipping. Thanks for looking!

McDONALD’S PRIZE CAR S281 (05-1305) HITS eBay

Price: $37,500.00
VIN: 1ZVFT82H855233330
Condition: Used
Vehicle Title: Clear
Year: 2005
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Trim: GT Saleen S281
Engine: 4.6L OHC 24-VALVE V8
Transmission: 5-speed Manual
Drive Type: RWD
Mileage: 2,800
Body Type: Coupe
Exterior Color: Torch Red
Interior Color: Charcoal
For Sale By: Private Seller
eBay #: 302418899944

05-1305 S281 3-Valve
05-1305 S281 3-Valve

* 2005 Ford Mustang GT Saleen S281
* Under 2800 Original Miles – VIN: 1ZVFT82H855233330
* ALL REASONABLE OFFERS WILL BE ENTERTAINED

This is one of 3 Saleen Mustangs awarded by McDonalds as part of prize contest 2005.
Original Owner – Never driven in rain. Only driven weekends and to car shows.
Garaged it’s entire life.

* As close to showroom New Condition as you are ever going to find.
* Sold as is as described. No warranties. Clear NYS Title.
* I have McDonalds promotion materials from the contest that go’s with the car.
* Note custom rocker panel factory installed graphics listing promoters of the contest.
* Also custom color matched indoor car cover included with sale.
* I reserve the right to end listing early, at any time, as vehicle is for sale locally.
* I will load more pictures as possible – if you have questions – ask.
* If you buy – $1000 deposit is due within 24 hours and is non – refundable.
* I do not want to play any games – what you see is what you get. Serious buyers only please.
* Buyer is responsible for full payment & pick up within 7 days – I will not deliver.
* Please review payment terms – PAYPAL – CASH or CERTIFIED BANK CHECK ONLY.
* No Money Orders or personal checks.

05-1305 S281 3-Valve
05-1305 S281 3-Valve

I have sold 2 cars on eBay and both buyers were very pleased with purchase. I am not dying to sell it, but want to move onto a new toy. This is a great opportunity for someone out there. Thank you for your interest – Please check out my other listings.

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VIDEO: NEW EDGE (99-0201) S281 BUILD SERIES, YOUTUBE LAUNCH

Published on Aug 2, 2017

Hey welcome to my new channel! I figured I would upload a quick introduction and edit I made of my new project: 1999 Saleen Mustang S281SC.

My goal with this channel is to document the whole process of my build and hopefully create some cool content along the way 🙂

This is my first ever YouTube video. Filming and editing are a completely new world to me so hopefully I get better as I go. I’ve always wanted to get into making videos and this will be a perfect learning experience. Hopefully you guys enjoy!

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GRABBER ORANGE S281 EXTREME (07-0040E) LANDS ON eBay

Price: $42,000.00
VIN: 1ZVFT82H375209553
Vehicle Title: Clear
Year: 2007
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Body Type: Coupe
Trim: Saleen S281 Extreme
Number of Cylinders: 8
Engine: 4.6L V8 Supercharged
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual 6 Speed
Exterior Color: Grabber Orange
Interior Color: Charcoal
Mileage: 12,666
For Sale By: Private Seller
eBay #: 182458883017

07-0040E S281 Extreme
07-0040E S281 Extreme

For sale by owner. I’ve had this “Super-Mustang” since March 2007, the only owner, very well kept, always in garage, cleaned often, engine cleaned, oil changed regularly. Original tires (need changing in ~5,000 miles), added some nice cosmetic details. Hot car, always getting thumbs up and lots of attention. Selling the car due to a life situation change. Handles extremely well, please to drive on curvy roads, comfortable on freeway.

RARE – autographed by Steve Saleen himself! One of One (1 of 1) made in 2007 with the color and options combination (Letter of Authenticity from Saleen exists).

07-0040E S281 Extreme
07-0040E S281 Extreme

Don’t want to sell, but I need to. A superb piece of American muscle car engineering.

All original paperwork exists, all service records too, manuals, rear window sticker. Car has NOT been raced on track.

Buyer is responsible for all licensing and registration fees, insurance and arranging transportation of the vehicle. Car is sold “as-is” without warranty.

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RAINBOW S281 SC (99-0334) TO HIT LEAKE, OKC AUCTION

lot # 512
1999 Saleen Mustang S-281

Reserve
Body Style: Coupe
VIN: 1FAFP42X7XF225519
www.leakecar.com

Options and Highlights
4.6L supercharged V-8 engine with nitrous
5-speed manual transmission
Saleen #334
12.4 second quarter mile
Leather sports seats
Air conditioning
Custom alloy wheels
Custom stereo system
Books and manuals
Saleen literature
Original window sticker
Over $90,000 invested

Specifications for lot #512
Year: 1999
Make: Saleen
Model: Mustang S-281
Body: Coupe
Exterior Color: Chroma
Interior Color: Black Leather

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