Shelby GT350 No Longer Offered As Of December 31

Shelby GT350 No Longer Offered As Of December 31

The Conclusion of a Great Modern-Day Muscle Car December 31 is officially the last day that the Shelby GT350 will be available to order, adhering to the original promise that the model would only be available for a limited time to preserve its collectibility and value.

 

December 31 is officially the last day that the Shelby GT350 will be available to order, adhering to the original promise that the model would only be available for a limited time to preserve its collectibility and value.

 

In terms of what the GT350 had to offer, its option list progressed much the same way it did for the original 1965-67 GT350. The new 2011 model, (the 45th Anniversary edition) was only offered in coupe form and was painted white with blue stripes, just as with the 1965 model. The next GT350 offered in 2012 came as either a coupe or a convertible, with an additional three colours made available, consistent with the 1966 vehicle. Next for 2013, more colours and options were added, in addition to equipment and styling updates, such as Wilwood instead of Baer brakes. No major changes were made for the 2014 model.

 

 

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Since the 2011 GT350 came out, customers have been able to choose between three different configurations for their 5.0-litre V8: naturally aspirated with 440 horsepower, supercharged with 525 horsepower (with warranty), or supercharged with 624 horsepower (without warranty).

 

While the end of 2013 will bring the conclusion of one of the most popular muscle cars in the world, other vehicles in the company’s lineup, such as the GT500 Super Snake and Raptor, will continue to be offered for sale.

 

Source: AutoBlog.com

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