On May 16th, as part of the SAE Foundation’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, a one-of-one 2013 Roush Stage 3 Mustang will cross the auction block at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. Donated by Ford and Roush, proceeds from the sale of this unique Mustang will go to support the SAE’s education outreach programs.

Sprayed in a custom silver livery, the car features a full Roush body kit; painted graphics; a 5.0-liter Roush-tuned V-8 good for 625 horsepower; a Roush Dual Chamber exhaust system; a Roush-tuned suspension; SVT GT500 track pack wheels and Roush four-piston brakes.

Inside, the Stage 3 Mustang comes with custom leather Recaro seats; a Roush gauge cluster; billet pedals; illuminated door sills; a Ford Laguna Seca X Brace (which replaces the rear seat) and other assorted Roush trim bits and badging.

To signify the teamwork that went into building the car, it will be signed by Edsel Ford II, Bill Ford Jr. and Jack Roush, who will actually get to drive the car before the winning bidder. Roush will pilot the Mustang as the pace car of this year’s NASCAR Sprint Cup Michigan 400, scheduled for June 17 at Michigan International Speedway.

If you’re currently in the market for a Roush Stage 3 Mustang, this is sure to be the most collectible Roush Mustang built this year. Proceeds go to benefit a truly worthy cause (that promotes science, mathematics and engineering in schools), and further auction details can be found on the SAE Foundation’s website.