We may have lost a legend in the automotive world, but the company he left behind is Most are more familiar with the new 662 hp Shelby GT500, especially since buzz has been circulating around with the Shelby taking on the domestic nemesis, the Camaro ZL1.
Let’s not forget the GT500’s older sibling, the GT350. It is indeed older considering the original GT350 was the first aftermarket Mustang placed into production. Shelby American is reintroducing the new Shelby GT350 with a bunch of new colors. Instead of being limited to our patriotic colors of red, white, or blue, a whole new world has been opened for 2013. The new GT350 is available in “Gotta Have It” Green, Candy Red Tint Coat Metallic, Ingot Silver Metallic and more.
Wheel options are now available whether finished in Satin Black or Bright Silver metallic. The option of a glass roof, Recaro Racing seats and a custom rear valence are also available options. If you’d like to get your hands on one, you’ll have to act with a quickness. Only a limited number of 350 Shelby GT350s will be produced. It is based off of the Mustang GT and will have the same performance specs from last year. The base hp sits at 430 out of the 5.0-L but that number jumps to 450 with an optional cold air package. Having a supercharger installed will boost it up to 525 hp or 624 hp. A few other options available for this model year bigger brakes and cooling system and a one-piece drive shaft.
The 2013 Shelby GT350 package starts at $26,995 for the normally aspirated version and $33,995 for the supercharged version. However, Prices do not include the cost of the base car.