The Shelby GT350s were first introduced in 1965 and were tuned by Carroll Shelby. They went from ho-hum to track-ready after Mr. Shelby was done with them. 43 years later, Carroll Shelby is no longer with us but his badged Ford Mustangs are still alive and well. While I like the Shelby tuned cars, I often don’t like the Mustang looks. That is about to change in 2016 with what I think is the most beautiful For Mustang I have seen in quite some time. Read on for details, pictures, and video.
Ahhh, finally a
good great looking Mustang. The 2016 Shelby GT350 Mustang isn’t just good looks. Expect over 500 hp, over 400 lb-ft of torque, better handling than any Mustang in the last 50 years, a “flat-plane crankshaft” (kind of a big deal, read more here), a six-speed manual with limited-slip differential, magnetic shocks (another big deal), 15.5-inch six-piston Brembo brakes, and five switchable driver modes.