This 2008 Torch Red convertible started life out as a one of 36 Shelby GT500s in the original color and configuration by SVT/Ford. It has 9,900 actual miles. The aftermarket LoJack, Euro-style color-matched mirrors, red badging, 2010-style sequential rear taillights and GT500 fuel door can all be converted back to stock with the included original parts. All information is fully documented and authentic. American Shelby converted this special car in February 2015 into a Super Snake Signature Edition (SSSE) package with 800hp. Shelby American only built a total of 50 of these one-of-a-kind cars to commemorate the sunset of 2007-14 GT500s. This car is the only convertible '08 GT500 that has the SSSE built. Listed in the Shelby American Registry, the Shelby American SSSE build list includes 3.6-liter polished-aluminum liquid-cooled Kenne Bell 800hp supercharger, 3.73:1 ratio differential, 20" polished aluminum 3-piece forged Shelby wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, Shelby/Ford Racing suspension with sway bars and adjustable dampers, Shelby/Borla cat-back exhaust, Super Snake hood with pins, aluminum cooling tanks and oversized radiator, short-throw billet shifter, one-piece aluminum driveshaft, convertible light bar with third brake light, 6-piston Shelby Red front and 4-piston Shelby Red rear brake system, front and rear brake ducts, carbon-fiber front splitter, carbon-fiber rocker panels, Carroll Shelby Motors (CSM) Super Snake Signature Edition (SSSE) door sill plates, Carroll Shelby Motors Super Snake Signature Edition dash plaque and engine plate, Carroll Shelby Signature carbon-fiber center-gauge cluster, Super Snake embroidered headrests and center console, Carroll Shelby Signature airbag cover, billet aluminum Shelby engine fluid dress caps with dipstick handle, Super Snake Signature Edition badging and floor mats. CARFAX shows Ford Motor Company manufacturer's open safety recall on 06/30/2016: Issued for Takata non-desiccated phased stabilized ammonium nitrate PSAN passenger frontal airbag inflators.