2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT
This version starts life as a regular Mustang GT, built in the Flat Rock, Michigan assembly plant, and is then shipped to the Shelby factory in Las Vegas for the $10,530 transformation to a Shelby GT. When it comes out the other side, the 4.6-liter V8 makes 319 horsepower, a gain of 19 ponies over a Mustang GT. Extra hardware includes a cold-air intake; a slightly more aggressive engine-computer tune—necessitating premium fuel—a high-flow exhaust; a welcome inch-and-a-half drop with stiffer shocks, springs, and anti-roll bars front and rear; and a short-throw Hurst shifter for the five-speed manual transmission.
For consignment the above described version with a mere 1,151 original miles! It actually could still have the break in oil in it, although maybe not. Only a quantity of 6,000 units were produced during this year, so it has become somewhat collectible. Read on if I've sparked your interest.
Bathed in performance white clear coat, with an added silver dual stripe down the middle, this car is all correct for the Shelby upgrade. Seen are a hood scoop, a billet front grille insert and Mustang pony badge, racing grade hood pins, a front and rear fascia, side scoops, and 18” premium aluminum wheels. A silver-gray stripe runs from the front wheel well, to the rear wheel well just above the rocker.
A Hurst short throw shifter is flanked by a driver's side 6-way power, and passenger power leather buckets. In the rear is a split leather bench that folds down for more space if needed. Power windows, power locks, air conditioning, rear defrost, cruise control and a Shaker 500 Audio system which can pump out from AM/FM/MP3/ or 6-Disc CD player. Custom Shelby floor mats are seen, and a ”Shelby GT” aluminum threshold on both sides.
The 4.6 Liter 3V OHC V8 engine coupled to a 5-speed manual transmission and Shelby 3.55 rear gear ratio, and you are ready to do some damage!
Noted as surgically clean, virtually no rust excepting the occasional steel part having surface rust. Front and rear dampers have been installed, lowering springs, front and rear sway bars, and a strut tower brace. A performance X pipe exhaust, and performance mufflers are seen.
A near perfect car in the infancy of its break in period, presents very well, and sounds great to boot! What more could you ask for?