800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This is a 200 mph supercar. Oh yeah, the 2014 Shelby Mustang GT500 has a huge supercharged 662hp V8 that gives it Ferrari-like speed. This kind of special edition is the reason why it's so pristinely cared for - from under 350 miles on the odometer, to the undercarriage you could serve dinner on. So if you missed out on this future classic the first time, this is basically going to feel just like buying it new.
Black is the perfect factory color for the car. It instantly sets the tone for such a mean machine. And since the mileage reminds us this one is barely broken-in, you still have a showroom-level shine. The whole coupe is a great modern representation of what Carroll Shelby did to the original Mustang five decades ago. These cars take the retro-look pony coupes and make them more aggressive. The blacked-out front end and long heat extractor in the hood add to the car's dark side. The same goes quadruple-fold for the SVT wheels that also feature an aggressive 19/20-inch front/rear stagger. Plus, the full body kit adds to the handsomeness and aerodynamics of this special coupe. All the coiled snake badging from the fenders to the rear is an instant connection to this car's race-ready history. But the best competition piece is the stripe package. After all the red streaks going over the top and on the rockers not only connect this to the best Shelbys that hit the track, but it also makes this midnight machine look like it's out for blood.
The interior is so fresh in this ultra low-mileage car that there's still the factory tag on the glovebox and plastic protecting the Cobra horn center cap. So your garage will feel like Ford's new car delivery center. Not only has this been thoughtfully cared for, but you'll also notice it was thoughtfully configured from the factory. After all, a black interior with dual red streaks on the seats gives this one a cool and uniform look inside and out. While the odometer is nearly impossibly low, this coupe was built to be a driver's machine. That's why you have the optional Recaro racing seats that keep you planted in the turns. The special GT500 steering wheel feels grippy in your hands. It has all your essential functions embedded in the design. So you never have to take your hands off the wheel, and you also get a clear view of the special gauge package with a 220 mph speedometer. And more than just a speed machine, this is also a loaded modern classic. That means all the best in comfort, including dual-zone automatic A/C climate control, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual front airbags, side airbags, and the optional touchscreen infotainment system with AM/FM/CD/XM stereo, satellite navigation system, and Bluetooth.
On a one-owner car this well-preserved you get the original powerhouse in a factory-fresh style. The beast that lives under the hood is the 32-valve 5.8-liter DOHC supercharged V8. Rated at 662 horsepower and 631 pounds of torque, this is a true supercar. The special engine is the true heart of this car's impressive performance and future collectability, so it's great to have it remaining so correct on this time capsule coupe. As you look under the car, the clean presentation and clearly visible factory stickers signal that this one has never turned a wheel in anger. But if you ever do, the full SVT suspension upgrades, control of the six-speed manual transmission, and 3.31 limited-slip rear end are there to give you the best high-speed performance. This even came with the optional SVT Performance Package that includes an awesome set of Bilstein shocks. Plus, there's a giant Brembo four-wheel disc brake package to give you plenty of stopping power.
Complete with the original window sticker and owner's manual packet, this is the kind of powerful machine that will cause a stir at classic car auctions in 20 years. So this showroom-fresh future classic is the supercar you enjoy today and appreciate even more tomorrow. Call now!
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