On display in the Roush Collection, where performance impresario Jack Roush keeps his personal collection of cars in addition to race and championship winning cars from his NASCAR team and from other racing series. Jack restores vintage warbirds and he wanted something cool to drive while in Oshkosh for the annual aviation fly-in. To go with his P-51 Mustang, Roush bought a 1941 Ford sedan and had it built up as a period correct U.S. Army Air Corps staff car. Ford did make staff cars, they just didn’t make this one as such. You can watch Roush describe the car in the video below.
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