2011 Shelby GT350 Mustang reveals itself | Rpmgo.com

The 2011 Ford Mustang, with its new 5.0-liter V8 engine has certainly made plenty of muscle car fans anxious to get their hands on it, but now, traditional Ford customization company, Shelby, has presented the 2011 GT350 Mustang, its own upgraded take on the upcoming sportscar.

Available as a post-order upgrade, customers will be able to ship their new Mustangs directly to the Shelby plant in Las Vegas, or drive the cars there themselves. At that location, the models will receive a wide array of upgrades, including a new Ford Racing supercharger, which boosts power to around 500 HP, a Ford Racing suspension, a Baer braking system, Borla exhaust or Cragar wheels.

A new bodykit (a bit on the chunky side) will also be added, which features a redesigned front fascia, a splitter, functional hood scoop, rear deck lid filler panel, and a revamped rear fascia with a center exhaust exit. The paint finish will only be available as white with blue racing stripes.

What’s the cost for this aftermarket goodness? Shelby says $33,995, but before you place your order, the price doesn’t include the base car, which will also cost around $30,000. Put them together and that’s a lot of cash for a customized American muscle car.

In order to justify your purchase, check out the gallery below.

Photo Gallery: 2011 Shelby Ford Mustang GT350

Source: Shelby

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