A special edition Mustang that has barely touched the road.
For the 2007 model, a limited-production Mustang was offered under the Shelby moniker, the Shelby GT. These unique models started life as a normal Mustang GT, and were shipped over to the Shelby Automobiles, Inc. in Las Vegas fresh off the assembly line in Flat Rock, Michigan. This 2007 Shelby GT with a mere 32 actual miles on the clock is crossing the Barrett-Jackson auction stage in Scottsdale, Arizona this weekend.
Since this Shelby Mustang has barely since the road, it is safe to say that it appears in pristine shape inside and out. The body of the car is blanketed in a glossy black that is topped with contrasting silver stripes that also adorn the rocker panels. Even more, it features a unique Shelby hood scoop along with unique Shelby GT badging.
Under the hood sits a 4.6-liter V8 engine mated to a Ford SR555 manual 5-speed transmission that shifts power down to a 3.55 ratio limited-slip rear end. For handling, a Ford Racing suspension package was added with upgraded dampers, 1.5-inch lowering springs, and sway bars that offer stability when carving corners. Adding to the soundtrack of the beefy eight-cylinder engine is a Shelby high-performance exhaust system, and air is forced through a cold air system.
Open the doors to a black interior that looks as if it just left the showroom floor. Inside features Shelby sill plates, badges, a 6-way power driver's seat, AM/FM 6-disc CD player and Shaker 500 stereo, and air conditioning, among other things. Creature comforts include power steering, windows, and locks, and a tilt-wheel steering column.
If interested in this super low-mileage 2007 Shelby GT, then look no further than this example set to cross the auction stage this weekend at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale. The sale of the car includes the original window sticker and Shelby addendum.