The brainchild of Ford’s Lee Iacocca and Donald N. Frey, the Mustang debuted to the world in 1964, heralding the creation of the ‘pony car’ category. Selling like the proverbial hot cakes, it has continued uninterrupted, and is now in its sixth generation which was introduced in 2015. The Mustang couldn’t escape the talons of car tuning legend Carroll Shelby, leading to a slew of Shelby Mustangs that continue to this day. Here’s a fine 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 from Colorado with just 13 miles under its wheels! It’s a collector-owned car and ideal if you are looking to enter Shelby Mustang ownership and enjoyment with the occasional track thrash thrown in, given that the GT350 is actually the more track-focused Shelby Mustang than the GT500.
The sixth generation Mustang carried over the retro-modern homage styling direction that the fifth generation kicked off, albeit with a few nips and tucks, which this 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 showcases with its lustrous white exterior and iconic blue racing stripes down the middle. It rolls on a set of blacked 19-inch multi-spoke alloys wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 performance rubber, which are model specific. Shelby Cobra badges at the front and rear help further mark it out as something special, as do the special rear spoiler. The interior showcases a black theme with seating for four occupants. The front seats are electrically adjustable heated and ventilated Recaro units, and you can find more Shelby Cobra badges as well as Ford Performance marked door sills. The usual creature comforts such as dual-zone climate control and full infotainment system are present too. The driver is faced with a set of clear and simplistic analog gauges, with the rev counter redlined at over 8,000 rpm hinting at this car’s potency and high-strung nature.
This 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is powered by Ford’s 5.2L (317ci) Voodoo flat-plane crank V8 engine, that is naturally aspirated and puts out 526hp and 429lb.ft, and revs all the way up to 8,250rpm. Drive is sent to the rear wheels via a lightweight Tremec six-speed manual transmission. The GT350 also comes with the MagneRide damping system, and cross-drilled brakes with 2-pot Brembo calipers. There are some carbon-fiber components such as the reinforced polymer radiator, and the electric power steering and ABS receive a different state of tune to regular Mustangs. The manufacturer specs for this ‘Stang are zero to sixty in under 4 seconds and a top end of 173mph.
Car Location: Colorado White exterior w/ Blue Black interior 5.2L V8 engine Manual transmission Only 13 miles reported Collector owned
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