Gateway classic cars of Detroit is proud to present this 2007 Ford
Mustang GT-500 Super Snake Convertible. Carroll Shelby and Ford
made a big announcement at the 2005 New York International Auto
Show: the Shelby GT500 was returning for 2007. Standing alongside a
bright red prototype with Le Mans stripes, thus began the Ford and
Shelby relationship, just like 40 years prior. This one, finished
in Torch Red Clearcoat with the single black pinstripe, looks very
well and compliments the black vinyl leather interior, giving this
Super Snake that iconic look just like the one Carroll Shelby stood
next to in 2005. While on the interior subject, the dash is signed
by Carroll himself. Under the hood you will find the supercharged
5.4L V8 pumping out over 500hp! Mated to all that power is a Tremec
6-speed manual transmission. This clean CarFax, 2-owner Super Snake
has just over 6,200 miles, barely broken in! Options include: A/C,
AM/FM/CD stereo, power convertible top, cruise control, power
brakes/steering/locks/seats/windows/mirrors, ABS, keyless entry.
Other options the Super Snake got to stand out from a regular GT500
include: a custom hood, carbon fiber front fascia splitter, carbon
fiber mirror covers and rocker panels, if the Super Snake badging
wasn't enough.Drop the top and hit some car shows, this rare snake
is ready to roll!
2007 Ford Mustang
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