• In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
  • In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.
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In 2011, Shelby American celebrated the 45th anniversary of the original Mustang-based GT350 by reintroducing the GT350. Although Shelby would soon offer other colors, the first new-generation GT350s, like the originals, were available only in white with blue stripes. That is where the similarities end, because the new-generation GT350 is literally four-and-a-half decades ahead in every way possible. Shelby's last 100 conversions of the production Mustang GT for 2014 began in the performance side of the ledger with Shelby-Ford Racing suspension and a Shelby camber plate kit, Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes with red-painted 6-piston front and 4-piston rear calipers and brake-cooling ducts, Shelby-Borla exhaust and Shelby-Cragar 19-inch wheels with Goodyear tires. Unlike the original 1965 classics, customers could choose from three different states of tune in the Mustang's 5.0L V-8, including a naturally aspirated 440 HP version and two supercharged versions rated at 525 HP and 624 HP. This GT350 has 525HP. Cosmetically, the new-gen GT350 wears its Shelby heritage for everyone to see with unique body mods and paint. A-pillar-mounted auxiliary gauges and a numbered Shelby GT350 plaque on the console. This 2014 model is one of only 350 built from 2012 through 2014, and is sure to become a highly prized collectible.

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  • Engine Description: Premium Unleaded V-8 5.0 L/302
  • Drivetrain: RWD
  • EPA-Est City*: 15
  • EPA-Est Highway*: 26
  • EPA Classification: Subcompact Cars
  • Wheelbase Code: 107.1

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  • Locking/Limited Slip Differential
  • Aluminum Wheels
  • Tires - Front Performance
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  • Temporary Spare Tire
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  • HID headlights
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  • Fog Lamps
  • AM/FM Stereo
  • CD Player
  • Satellite Radio
  • Auxiliary Audio Input
  • Premium Sound System
  • MP3 Player
  • Steering Wheel Audio Controls
  • Pass-Through Rear Seat
  • Rear Bench Seat
  • Adjustable Steering Wheel
  • Trip Computer
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Keyless Entry
  • Power Door Locks
  • Universal Garage Door Opener
  • Cruise Control
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  • Power Driver Seat
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  • Bucket Seats
  • Driver Adjustable Lumbar
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  • Passenger Vanity Mirror
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  • Floor Mats
  • Bluetooth Connection
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  • Engine Immobilizer
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  • Front Side Air Bag
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