The car went up the mountain very quickly, allowing Pobst to grab a third-place finish in the open class and 13th place overall out of the 77 entries. The Ford Mustang, with Pobst at the helm, went up the mountain in 10:02.410. As for why the car is for sale, Pobst will be running Pikes Peak this year in a Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat in the Exhibition class.
The Pikes Peak Ford Mustang is for sale for $99,900 and is said to be cheaper than buying a new TA2 car outright. The car is thought to have fewer than 200 miles on it; the Pikes Peak Climb was the only event it ever ran it seems. The Ford Mustang is a 2017 Mike Cope Racing Trans Am 2 Mustang.
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