Considered by many to be the best Mustang ever produced, the GT350R
has been critically acclaimed for many things, maybe most
importantly the sheer joy of driving. It is believed that the
GT350R will be the last Shelby made with a manual transmission.
Presented here is an absolutely pristine example, with delivery
miles totaling 49. On an OPEN MSO AND NEVER REGISTERED, it is
outfitted with the correct set of options, this GT350R includes the
highly desirable "R-Electronics Package" which provides user
amenities such as Ice Cold A/C with Dual Zone controls and A Large
Navigation/multi-media display screen.
Even more sinister is that this R is 1 of 64 2017 R's finished in
Shadow Black and STRIPE DELETE.
Never been dealer prepped, this R is as it left the factory with
production stickers and protective covers throughout. Even the
front splitter has never been mounted (normally done by dealer upon
There is no doubt that GT350R's are rising on collectors' list and
a delivery mile, un-prepped, Black Stripe Delete example will
certainly be near the top of the desirability food chain and an
OPEN MSO example will be extremely rare to find.
With manual transmissions becoming increasingly more difficult to
attain and this is an opportunity to potentially own the last
manual Shelby ever made!
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About the GT350R:
For 2016, the GT350 has a 5.2 L; 315.1 ci flat-plane crank V8
engine, known as Voodoo producing 526HP at 7,500 rpm and 429 lb�ft
at 4,750 rpm of torque.
The GT350 is more track focused than the GT500, and was benchmarked
against the Chevrolet Corvette C7, Porsche 911 S and BMW M4. It has
a track-focused chassis tuning, wider front fenders housing
295-width Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, significant aerodynamic
changes to include lowering the hood around the engine,
active-exhaust, six-piston Brembo brakes with semi-floating rotors,
MagneRide damping option (the first MagneRide-equipped Ford), light
weight Tremec six speed manual transmission, Recaro seats and
various weight reduction efforts. Specifically, it has a carbon
fiber reinforced polymer radiator support that directs cooling
channels for various components.
At the 2015 North American International Auto Show a more
track-focused, hardcore and limited production version of the GT350
was unveiled called the GT350R, benchmarked against the Chevrolet
Camaro Z28 and Porsche 911 GT3.
The GT350R retains the GT350's 5.2-liter flat plane crank V8
engine, producing the same power, but grip was significantly
increased by the means of wider Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires,
Carbon Revolution carbon fiber wheels (the first ever fitted to a
mass-production road car) each weigh approximately 15 pounds less
than the aluminum wheels on the GT350, and significantly more
downforce thanks to a larger splitter and carbon-fiber rear wing to
keep the car stuck to the ground. Items like the air conditioning,
stereo, trunk floorboard, all the carpeting, the rear seats, and
the backup camera could be removed from the factory resulting in
the GT350R weighing 130 lbs less than the GT350.
The GT350R won Road & Track magazine's 2016 "Performance Car of the
Year" (PCOTY) and Car and Driver magazine's "10 Best Cars" for
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