Shelby GT500 Mustang Rips a Massive Burnout
Thankfully, it’s Friday. That means we’re tantalizingly close to the weekend. Where most of us will be spending our time either fixing up our cars, crashing on the couch, or getting drunk and watching NASCAR on TV.
If you own a Mustang that was built between 2005 and 2014, you might have a defective Takata airbag installed and your car is about to be recalled.
What could be cooler than drifting a Roush Stage 3 Mustang? How ’bout drifting one while wearing a virtual reality visor that blocks out the real world?
Now that we know how much the new Shelby GT350 and GT350 R Mustangs are going to set us back, you probably want to know what configurations it’ll come in and how to properly order the one you want. Luckily, dealerships are receiving their order guides, and we have one here to show you!
Now that the S550 Mustang is out on streets, we’ve been paying attention to the hotly anticipated Shelby variants of the new Mustang. We know that the car will make over 500 horsepower from the 5.2L, flat-plane crank V8. But what we don’t know is how much it’ll cost. Until now, that is.