First Foose Coupes delivered to customer

The first Foose Coupe was delivered to its happy owner last week in California. The car is limited to only 50 units and this one is the fourth built: the first two were prototypes built for the SEMA Show in 2006 and one was sold to a private owner.

The Foose Coupe is powered by either a 392ci (6.4L) Hemi V8 with an output of 500 Hp and 480 lb-ft torque or a Ford 5.4-liter V8.

The car also features: plush leather seating, carbon fiber trim, a pistol grip shifter for the five-speed manual, a fully independent front and rear suspension, 14-inch brake discs with six-piston Baer calipers and 20-inch polished alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli P-Zero tires.


7 comments:

The original 392 is one heavy slug. The only heavier block I can think of was a Packard, also used by Nash a couple years. My grandfather had the Nash, with a four speed Hydromatic.

Its a sweet looking ride no doubt, but placing"FOOSE" in every nook and cranny kinda ruined it for me.

That’s really a an odd looking hot rod. Lol.

The original 392 is one heavy slug. The only heavier block I can think of was a Packard, also used by Nash a couple years. My grandfather had the Nash, with a four speed Hydramatic. I learned about understeer in that rolling motel. It could seat eight, sleep four virginal teens. We got caught in a storm and rode it out overnight in that beast. It started by lifting the shift lever for starter contact. After that broke, we installed a pushbutton on the dash. No key needed. Nobody the wiser, and it went to sleep when the front shock towers rusted away.

nice swirl marks on the hood. i guess mothers doesn’t work so well for foose.

Its worth $330,000 or more? The designs were very impressive!

nice car, the owner is a lucky guy!

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