Jack Roush is one of the most influential men in modern American auto racing. He’s a totally cool guy as well who like flying vintage war planes and over seeing everything from his NASCAR operation to the performance parts business that bears his name. Recently, one of the BangShift.com forum members attended a car show at Roush HQ in Livonia, Michigan.
The show featured access to Jack’s personal collection of cars, which, as you’d expect is massive and full of blue oval examples. He’s been a Ford man for a long time, dating way back to the early 1970’s when he rose to fame as one half of the Gapp and Roush NHRA Pro Stock team which took the inventive approach of using a four door Maverick body to exploit some rule book softness.
Enough with the history lesson. Hit the link below to see a pile of great photos from the show. There’s even a Chevy or two for good measure!