To celebrate the 45th anniversary of the launch of the 1965-1970 GT350, Shelby American handed over a 2011 Ford Mustang GT to a team that includes a former Hot Wheels designer to create a modern version of the legendary muscle car.
With a 500 hp supercharged version of the Mustang's new 5.0-liter V8 under the hood, Borla exhaust system, 14-inch Baer brakes, Ford Racing suspension and bodywork that includes a functional hood scoop, deep side skirts, and classic louvered covers for the rear side windows, the GT350 promises to be one of the more potent ponies in the Mustang stable.
Price for the conversion is $33,995 on top of the $30,495 you'll pay for a new Mustang GT. Worth it? 1965 originals sell in the neighborhood of $300,000 today, so it's definitely a bargain compared to one of those.
Source: Shelby American