Low mileage, great colors, and huge power come together to make
this 2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 an amazing survivor-grade
Hi Performance White seems like the perfect name for the factory-correct paint on this snake-bitten Mustang. Add in the blue side stripes, and you've got a terrific representation that truly pays tribute to Carroll Shelby's original Mustangs. And because these fifth-generation machines have the perfect retro look, someone knew what he was doing when filling out the order sheet - because this one will always have timeless appeal. But more than just attractive, these GT500s were built to handle extra speed and power. So there are plenty of the right speedy components. They wear these additions with pride in places like the deep chin spoiler, vented hood, slotted rear window, full-width rear spoiler, and wide 18-inch Ford SVT alloys. Of course, the best badge of honor are the well-earned Cobra badges.
Inside the red and black two-tone looks amazing. After all, with barely over 5,000 miles on the whole car, there was little time to even crease the leather. But more than just give this a distinctive appearance, the color combo on this car is rare enough to make it one of only 151. This standout interior is a great place to spend some time thanks to a long list of desirable features. This includes air conditioning, power windows, power locks, leather wrapped steering wheel, keyless entry, and cruise control are all present and working perfectly. The stereo is the optional AM/FM/CD/XM Shaker unit that pumps out huge power, and it's still modern enough that it comes with an input for your iPod. Plus, a modern classic means modern safety with features like dual front airbags and anti-lock brakes.
While this one looks fantastic inside and out, what really makes the GT500 an instant classic is under the hood. These received a variation of the 5.4-liter supercharged V8 found in the Ford GT supercar. This fuel-injected powerhouse brings 500 horsepower to the streets, and you have full control thanks to the six-speed manual transmission. So this pony car is a shark on the blacktop. And on a car so fantastically original this far, you'll be glad to know it's an all-original powertrain. Not only does it retain the factory decals in the engine bay, but this low-mileage Shelby even still has factory stickers and markings on the suspension. And while this is truly a collector-grade coupe, we know you won't be able to resist adding miles to the odometer. After all, with a sports suspension, thick sway bars front & rear, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and Goodyear Eagle F1 tires, you're going to feel the back roads calling every day.
Paperwork is also key to a collector car, and so this one comes with the original warranty card, owner's manual, service manuals, and maintenance records. You even get the original window sticker signed by Carroll Shelby! So this is that perfect GT500 for the true collector. If that's you, don't miss this deal. Call today!!!
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