In 2007, the Super Snake variant of the Shelby Mustang GT500 allowed Ford enthusiasts to own an even larger share of the horsepower kingdom, thanks to special aftermarket upgrades. This particular example being sold through R&H Motor Car Group, is a low-mileage example that comes close to being in brand-new condition, 12 years after it was produced.
The Super Snake ruled as king of the GT500s, and something for all Ford Mustang enthusiasts to desire. It was built with an all-aluminum, supercharged 5.4-liter V8 that pushes out 800-horsepower and is backed by a six-speed Getrag manual transmission with a short throw shifter – the powertrain feeds into rear end with snappy 3.73:1 rear axle gearing.
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Its powertrain is only the start of the attraction of this king-of-the-Shelbys modern muscle car. Ford honed this car to utilize its power by giving it the performance parts it needs to showoff on the track and streets, with an Eibach suspension to carry it.
. It gets added performance and growl from a Borla exhaust, and rolls on a set of polished aluminum Forgeline - this particular Stang comes with two sets of wheels and tires as a bonus!
The body hints to the performance upgrades with an ultra-aggressive fiberglass hood with functioning scoop, carbon fiber sideview mirrors, a unique front fascia, additional brake cooling ducts, and a carbon fiber splitter and rocker panels. And then, of course, there’s the widebody quarters that give it extra tire space, and some serious curves. Large Willwood brakes give the Super Snake the braking power it needs to slow the high-performing Mustang to a safe stop.
As Shelby put it when it was produced, this“is built from its bare bones into the most powerful, meanest, fire breathing beast to come from the Shelby factory yet.”
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