Last month at the Los Angles International Auto Show, Ford reintroduced the legendary Shelby GT 350 nameplate nearly fifty years after the original version hit the American streets and racetracks. At the launch, Ford did not release any information about the power output and the final retail price for the most track oriented Pony in the company’s history. However, this did not stop the editors from CAR AND DRIVER dig up some interesting facts about the new Mustang’s chassis and bodywork.
As a follow-up to the previous article, these 17 reasons should be more than enough for you to seriously consider this new Mustang from one of the most respectable name in the automobile industry, Carroll Shelby. You can checkout the entire article from CAR AND DRIVER by clicking here. Enjoy!
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