2016 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350
One Owner, 2400 Miles
2016 Ford Shelby GT350
- One Owner with 2,421 Miles
- Rare Race Red Paint: One of 625 Made
- 5.2L/526HP V8
- 6-Speed Manual
- Track Package with Suede Recaro Race Seats
- ALL Purchase Paperwork and Promotional Items
- MINT Example
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“This is not the Ford Mustang you were expecting. It's way, way better.” –Automobile magazine, September 2015
The editors of Automobile magazine continued: “From the moment in 1964 when the cover came off the Mustang, Ford has always wanted this car to become more like America's sports car, less like America's ride to the golf course. Yet decades of good intentions always have yielded to the understandable obligation to make a profit, and so the Mustang has always been undone by the limited performance that could be delivered at an affordable price. But now the 2016 Shelby GT350 finally delivers, no excuses. It's a sports car, not a sports coupe. And even better, it's affordable, too.”
Motor Trend was even more direct: “... this is the 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 we've all been waiting for, and... is, perhaps, the best all-around sports coupe there is. No, it really is....”
Offered here is a virtually new, mint-condition, 2016 Shelby GT350 showing just 2,421 one-owner miles on the odometer. It is one of just 625 built in this color. The car was optioned from the factory with the highly desirable $4,400 Track Package. The pride of the original owner is evident in the care given to the car, including adding enough miles to be sure the car stayed “exercised,” rather than locking it away in a vault.
The car's Race red paint is unblemished, uniformly glossy, and perfectly appropriate for a Shelby creation. The twin over-the-top white-with-thin-black-trim racing stripes harken to the Shelby Mustangs of old. All trim (including the front Shelby-branded “splitter” spoiler) is free of wear; all emblems (including the Shelby cobras) are in their factory-applied locations; all four gloss-black-painted, 10-spoke aluminum wheels (wearing Michelin performance tires) are as-new. This Shelby could've just rolled out of a Ford-dealer showroom.
Inside, the same “unblemished” descriptor applies to every surface, all executed in black with brushed-metal enhancements. Recaro-branded racing seats with suede inserts and GT350 embroidery on the headrests show no wear. Door sills retain the factory-applied protective plastic sheets over the bespoke GT350 badging. Factory plastic carpet-protecting sheeting remains in place. The purposeful, driver-focused dash and instruments are in perfect condition and are framed by the cobra-emblem steering wheel. Every feature works as it should; every graphic or switch-identifier—including on the console-mounted 6-speed manual shifter—is without wear.
Under the hood, the 5.2-lier, 526-horsepower V8, in sinister-looking black, lurks beneath a factory-installed, Ford Performance-branded shock-tower brace. The engine features the signatures of the men who built it. As with the rest of the car, the surfaces on the engine and related components are spotless, and the same applies to the car's chassis when viewed from below.
One more sign of the first owner's love for the car: The sale includes a cobra-branded car cover, all original purchase materials including the window sticker, a host of promotional material and collectible items.
While the more than 180 high-definition photographs and the short walk-around-and-startup video available on the GarageKeptMotors website showcase this Shelby GT350 in great detail, we encourage in-person inspections by interested parties or their representatives at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom. Please call to arrange an appointment in advance, or get in touch by phone or email if you have any questions. Our showroom is not open to the public.
Motor Trend's review of the 2016 Shelby GT350 headlined the car in a few words: “Worth the wait, and then some.” Here's an opportunity to acquire a stunning, virtually untouched, factory-fresh GT350... and put an end to all the waiting.