This 2020 Shelby GT350R is the first production car for 2020. It is
chassis #LR001 and indicated as such on the Ford certificate and on
the dashboard emblem, LR001. 2020 was also the last year Ford made
the GT350/GT350R, making this car the very first GT350 of the last
year of production of a small limited production run of GT350R's.
It is powered by its original matching-numbers 5.2-liter flat plane
crankshaft V8 Voodoo engine with 527hp mated to a TREMEC 6-speed
manual transmission. Key options include the Technology package,
19-inch black painted carbon-fiber wheels and carbon-fiber rear
wing. It has red Brembo brakes and rides on Michelin Pilot Sport
Cup 2 tires. This one-owner GT350R has 1,650 actual miles since new
and comes complete with the Window Sticker, Ford certificate of
authenticity, letter from Edsel Ford II, user's manual and a
small-scale model of the crankshaft marked with matching chassis
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