Streetside Classics-Dallas/Fort Worth
5400 Sandshell Dr
Fort Worth, TX
Fort Worth, TX
It's not that often that we get to experience that 'new car smell' here in our showroom, after all, brand new cars don't exactly put the 'classic' in Streetside Classics. But every once in a while, a late-model car comes along that's so darn impressive it's an instant classic. This 2019 Ford Mustang GT350 is a car built from that very mold, dressed to impress and packing a special 5.2L V8 motor - code-named Voodoo, which is very apropos that makes a staggering 526 horsepower and revs up to 8250 rpms if you're feeling frisky. With only 73 actual miles on the clock (that's not a type-o, this car hasn't broken a hundred yet!) it's about as new as you can get, which means whoever buys this Pony next can be the first to break it in.
The Ruby Red Metallic Tinted Clearcoat paint draped over the updated design of this stunning GT350 has an unbelievable shine, and as you'd likely expect from a car that's logged fewer than 100 miles, it's looking incredibly sharp. And the gorgeous paint really speaks for itself, as there are no obnoxious graphics or decals that get in the way of the deep, lustrous finish. Instead you get an aggressive front fascia that features a grille from the GT350R with fewer openings (and therefore less drag), a vented aluminum hood, and a front chin spoiler that continues into ground effects that encircle the car and add a dark contrast to the otherwise bright red paint. Out back, there's a rear diffuser with twin pipes at each side, and atop the deck lid is an updated rear wing with a Gurney flap that helps with downforce without adding any drag. So yeah, every nook and cranny of this Mustang was designed to make it go fast. But they did such a good job, it looks like it's going 120 MPH just standing still.
While this GT350 may sport a color scheme and power reminiscent of Shelby's early 427 creations, its black and gray leather-and-suede interior offers a sharp appearance and all the features you'd want for everyday driving. Having seen so little use, it's in immaculate condition and looks pretty much as it did when this Mustang emerged from the showroom. The contrasting white stitching against black surfaces gives the seating a great look and both the front buckets and sculpted rear seats are still at their best. Unlike its track-bound counterparts, there is plenty of comfort and convenience on hand here, including power locks and windows, cruise control, air conditioning, a backup camera, driver and passenger side airbags and an anti-theft device to help ensure this outstanding ride never leaves your possession. The premium sound system works through the Sync 3 multi-media center in the dash offers both iPod and Bluetooth connectivity that pumps tunes and voice-navigation through the high-end Bang & Olufsen speakers throughout the cabin, so there will be no shortage of audio options at your disposal.
Modern day Mustang GTs offer a generous amount of horsepower in their original configuration, but the enhanced 5.2L 'Voodoo' V8 holding court under the hood here occupies an entirely different world. Armed with all of Ford Performance's best goodies, this aluminum block is good for an otherworldly 526 horsepower (at the wheels!) - an output matched by very few naturally aspirated production cars. Of course, all that exhilarating power would be of far less use if preparations weren't made to handle it properly, but that detail has been looked after here. A Tremec TR-3160 6-speed manual and heavy duty clutch sit behind the engine, while a MagneRide damping system, MacPherson struts, and dual stabilizer bars are just a small sample of the long list of options the sport suspension shows off underneath. The rear end not only features a 3.73 ratio that's ideal to take advantage of the 6-speed manual transmission's capabilities, but also fortified Torsen half axles rated for even more power than what's on hand here. A safety loop surrounds the 4" aluminum driveshaft as an added precaution, and the stainless steel exhaust system sounds absolutely wicked. Four-wheel disc brakes that feature massive Brembo rotors bring quick, low effort stops as this ultra-powerful Pony smokes the asphalt on its set of 19-inch Shelby GT350 alloy wheels outfitted with Michelin Pilot Sport Cup tires.
This 2019 Ford Mustang GT350 offers the chance to own an ultra-lightly used and superbly fortified version of Ford's modern-day muscle car. Call today!
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