2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350

2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350
2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350

2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350

CLEAR CA TITLE IN HAND. CAR IS CURRENTLY TITLED AND REGISTERED IN CA. YOU WILL TRANSFER/REGISTER AT YOUR LOCAL DMV. 526 HORSEPOWER HAND BUILT "VOODOO" V8.

HAND BUILT WITH DOUBLE OVERHEAD CAM. 6 SPEED OVERDRIVE MANUAL TRANSMISSION. LOCKING LIMITED SLIP REAR AXLE.

14 City / 21 Hwy. Mirrors - visor vanity mirrors. Seat mounted, driver and passenger. Curtain 1st and 2nd row. Power with 2 stage unlock. Content theft deterrent alarm system. Front driver seat direction controls. Front passenger seat direction controls. Driver and front passenger heated-cushion, heated-seatback. A Little Mustang/She;by History In the early 1960s, Lee Iacocca, vice president and general manager of Ford, envisioned a sporty youth-market car based on the compact Falcon. Developed in record time on a shoe-string budget, Ford introduced the 1965 Mustang at the World's Fair on April 17, 1964, to instant acclaim. The Ford Mustang launched a whole new genre of automobiles, known as pony cars. The Shelby Mustangs: Round 1. The 1965 1966 Shelby GT350 had a modified 289 rated at 306 hp, as well as improved suspension and brakes. There was a race-ready GT350R version and a special version for the Hertz rental car agency, the 1966 GT350H.

In 1967, as Ford began to exert more control over the engineering of the Shelby cars, the GT500 was introduced, powered by a 335-hp 427-cid (7.0-liter) V-8 fitted with twin four-barrel carburetors. For 1968, the GT350 switched to a 250-hp, 302 (4.9-liter) V-8, while the GT500 KR ("King of the Road") used the 428 Cobra Jet. By 1969, Ford was making most of the design and engineering decisions.

The GT350 switched to a 290-hp, 351-cid (5.8-liter) engine. Ford did modify a small number of 1971 Mustangs, called Shelby Europas, for a Belgian dealer, but the Shelby-Mustang association would go dormant for nearly four decades.

The Shelby Mustangs: Round 2. The re-association of Shelby and the Mustang started with the 2006GT-H, a 325-hp version designed expressly for Hertz Rent-A-Car. The real deal came in the form of the 2007 GT500, which had a 5.4-liter V-8 supercharged for a staggering 500 hp. Ford also offered the Shelby GT, a civilian version of the GT-H available with a manual transmission. Ford updated the Mustang in 2010, and the 2010 GT500 gained an additional 40 horsepower.

The company also introduced the Shelby GTS, a package of appearance and braking add-ons for V-6 and V-8 cars. For 2013, the GT500 went haywire on horsepower with 663, enough to give it a claimed top speed of 200 mph. The new 2015 Mustang brought about a new round of Shelby cars. The factory-built GT-350 now had a 526-hp, naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V-8, and a race-ready GT350R variant.

Full article by Aaron Gold. Another cool article/ about a GT350 at 40K miles. Please view the numerous photos below. THE VEHICLE IS AVAILABLE FOR AND WE WELCOME PERSONAL INSPECTIONS BY YOU OR AN AGENT ON YOUR BEHALF.

The item "2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350" is in sale since Thursday, July 23, 2020. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Cars & Trucks\Ford\Mustang". The seller is "andtherocketsredglare" and is located in Sacramento, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.


2017 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT350


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