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Shelby American is saying that its supercharged 2011 GT350 will run a 12-flat quarter mile at 121.4 MPH, make 1.05gs on the skidpad and stop from 60 MPH in 107 feet.
And that’s the 525hp car. There will be a more outrageous GT350R rated at 624hp as well as a naturally aspirated 430hp GT350 more suited to amateur-level road course work.
Price? The non-supercharged package will cost you $26,995 over and above the cost of a new Mustang GT. The supercharged GT350 package retails for $33,995 (again, Mustang GT not included).
Shelby American is building the GT350s at its Las Vegas facility, and the cars are numbered and documented in the Shelby registry. If you can’t afford one of these over-the-counter terror/instant collectibles you can at least download the brochure (PDF), ogle the pretty pictures, then read, re-read and re-re-read the long list of goodies (Shelby GT350 45th Anniversary Windbreaker Jacket!) like I did.
For a look at all of the tuned-up Shelby American vehicles, go to www.shelbyautos.com.