Hello again Coppamilano... for the Foose, from the information that has been supplied to me - there were 55 Foose Stallions built in 2006 and 221 for 2007. Any that claim to be 2008 models supposedly are not recognized by Foose Design because they are post severance of the license agreement between Foose Design and Unique Performance (if there are any).
For all Foose Stallions, you should have a Foose Design nameplate under the hood on the passenger side strut tower that has a unique Foose ID (Build) number and the VIN number of your car. There should also be a Foose Design owner's manual binder that has a metal nameplate on the cover that matches the serial number of the car and the Foose Design Build number. You can also go to my personal website (myfoose.com) www.myfoose.com
and see some of the other Foose cars and a little info about them. My site is not a commercial site, it is my personal website for the Foose mustang owners.
With respect to what you get for the Foose name, you basically get the FRPP tuned racing suspension, FRPP tuned exhaust, upgraded Foose interior which includes the Foose gauge overlay, signed dash, Foose logo in the front seat, Foose logo front floor mats, Foose sill plates, Foose wheels, upgraded 14" brakes on the front, I think 13" rear, coupe has a louvre on the quarter panel windows, and some have the FRPP CAI and tune. I know a very few had a supercharger. Plus obviously the body kit, hood, and special Dupont Hot Hues paint.
Some would say the Foose is overpriced for what you get, but honestly, I like the fact that there are so few of them and I was willing to pay the price. I have bought two this past year and am glad I did in both cases.
The downside? These cars are unique and sometimes when you need to buy a replacement part or want an aftermarket dress up part, the parts do not fit the Foose. This is a minimal issue but I have run into it with the headlight bulbs and with trying to purchase custom radiator support covers since the front end is slightly different. The drivetrain is factory from everything that I can tell so there should not be any issues there. I have also found a source for most all of the parts if you need something.
What I can also tell you is that when my first 2007 Foose bit the dust, the insurance company had a very difficult time trying to evaluate the price since there are so few of these cars. If you buy one of these, do not just insure the car as a GT, make sure you provide them with copies of all of the paperwork and window stickers if possible at the time you insure the car. That worked for me and proved to save a lot of headaches.
The below was posted on another forum and may help give you an idea on value at least from one dealer's perspective.
"Have a new 2007 Foose Stallion conv . Red/Black 50/50 paint with crimson interior and anthracite 20" Foose premium alloys. Original MSRP: $55,641, will sell for $39,950 +fees and transport. Car is absolutely stunning , a real looker with the unmistakeable Foose seamless design.
Albany Ford Subaru
510 528 1244
I hope I was able to answer some of your questions. If you need anything else, drop me a note back and I will try my best to answer.