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Three times a year, in the spring, summer and fall, the Roush Collection, the private museum of Roush Industries’ founder Jack Roush Sr. and his group of Livonia based companies, has an open house for Detroit area car enthusiasts, with car cruise-ins, raffles and clearance sale prices on things like used Goodyear racing tires from NASCAR race-winning Roush owned cars. We’ll be getting to the video of the collection itself, but one of the events scheduled was a tour of the facility where Roush Performance builds Stage 1, Stage 2, and Stage 3 Roush Mustangs, along with the V6 Mustang based Roush RS, and the Phase 3 ultra high performance package available for the Stage 3 cars. At the start of the build process at Roush Performance, stock Mustang V6 and Mustang GT models are delivered to Roush and stored on one side of a large parking lot. Finished vehicles awaiting shipment are stored on the other side. The facility also produces the Roush Off-Road Raptor, a supercharged version of Ford’s off-road racing ready pickup, and additionally converts commercial vehicles to run on propane, hence the big propane tank in the parking lot.