Reducing weight in just the right places helps more than fuel economy.
Ford: Shelby GT350/R
What happens when a vintage classic is reborn in the present-day? Magic.
Hennessey wrings out its monstrous, 800+ horsepower Shelby Mustang.
Take with salt. Lots and lots of salt.
It’s not a proper car meet until people are running in terror from an out-of-control Mustang.
Forget about Chevy’s LS; you want the newest Ford Aluminator XS.
Ford is on-track to sell over 200,000 performance vehicles in 2016 – almost double the number sold three years ago.
If you missed your shot to own the hottest new Mustang on the road in its first-model-year guise, here it is again.
The only car to beat the Shelby GT350R in Motor Trend’s “Best Driver’s Car” contest this year costs three times as much.
The Shelby GT350R takes on the infamous corkscrew of Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca – and does it well.
The new Shelby GT350R was just a hair slower than the 2014 Camaro Z/28 at Car and Driver’s Lightning Lap. Much of that comes down to rubber.
Yes, back in the 1960s, Shelby built a few high-performance, track-oriented Shelby GT350 examples without a fixed roof.
Or, “How To Have A Hella-Fast, Nearly-500-Horsepower Mustang GT For Just $35,940.”
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