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Lightning Blue Metallic
GT350 EQUIPMENT GROUP 900A ENGINE: 5.2L TI-VCT V8 -inc: flat plane crank (STD) Rear Wheel Drive Power Steering ABS GT350 EQUIPMENT GROUP 900A ENGINE: 5.2L TI-VCT V8 -inc: flat plane crank (STD) Rear Wheel Drive Power Steering ABS 4-Wheel Disc Brakes Brake Assist Locking/Limited Slip Differential Aluminum Wheels Tires - Front Performance Tires - Rear Performance Power Mirror(s) Rear Defrost Intermittent Wipers Variable Speed Intermittent Wipers Rear Spoiler Daytime Running Lights HID headlights Automatic Headlights AM/FM Stereo CD Player MP3 Player Steering Wheel Audio Controls Auxiliary Audio Input Bluetooth Connection Pass-Through Rear Seat Rear Bench Seat Adjustable Steering Wheel Trip Computer Leather Steering Wheel Keyless Entry Power Door Locks Keyless Start Cruise Control A/C Cloth Seats Bucket Seats Premium Synthetic Seats Auto-Dimming Rearview Mirror Driver Vanity Mirror Passenger Vanity Mirror Driver Illuminated Vanity Mirror Passenger Illuminated Visor Mirror Floor Mats Telematics Smart Device Integration Power Windows Security System Engine Immobilizer Traction Control Stability Control Front Side Air Bag Tire Pressure Monitor Driver Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Front Head Air Bag Rear Head Air Bag Passenger Air Bag Sensor Knee Air Bag Driver Restriction Features Back-Up Camera Read More…
900A Packaged GT350 Shelby Mustang with 6-Speed Manual Transmission, White Striping w/ Black Accent, Electronics Package w/ SYNC 3, Voice Activated/Touch Screen NAV and so much MORE! See Window Sticker for Full List of Specs. The GT350 is a muscle...
900A Packaged GT350 Shelby Mustang with 6-Speed Manual Transmission, White Striping w/ Black Accent, Electronics Package w/ SYNC 3, Voice Activated/Touch Screen NAV and so much MORE! See Window Sticker for Full List of Specs. The GT350 is a muscle car for the track day-obsessed. Yes, it shares some looks and interior parts with the standard Mustang, but the key differences are hidden from view. Under the hood is a non-turbocharged 5.2-liter V8. It revs up to 8,200 rpm, punches out 526 horsepower, and even has a flat-plane crankshaft that lends a distinctive warble to the engine's sound. From there, the GT350 has a race-tuned adaptive suspension, high-performance brakes, and all sorts of supportive powertrain upgrades that set it apart. It'll lay down thick stripes of rubber in a straight line, naturally, but the GT350 is most at home around a complicated racetrack or a winding mountain road.Despite its focus on performance, the GT350 is comfortable and relatively quiet (when your right foot isn't planted on the floor), and it could easily serve as a daily driver. Well-rounded and massively entertaining, the GT350 is definitely our idea of the ultimate Mustang. -Says Edmunds