The people at Dream Giveaway always find a way to one-up themselves, and this duo of one-of-a-kind Mustangs is a strong testament to that. Owning just one of these cars, or even ‘just’ a Shelby GT350 from any era would certainly satisfy the dreams of many enthusiasts, but two “experimental” Shelby Mustangs would pretty much be life changing.
Making it even sweeter, there’s one to represent the classic era, and one modern muscle car GT350. Owning these cars used to be an out-of-reach dream for most people, but the 670-horsepower, Classic Recreations 1965 Shelby Mustang G.T. 350X and an 875-horsepower, Steeda Autosports 2017 Shelby GT350X could be yours for a $3 ticket that you can pick up, directly, from HERE.
The classic Shelby is the first retail 1965 Shelby GT350CR. This is possible thanks to a licensing agreement made with Carroll Shelby’s Shelby United, but production will be extremely limited. Even if you make the list, you’re looking at two or more years of waiting, and around $150,000 to get one.
This Mustang is the only 1965 GT350X, which is a genuine handcrafted GT350CR. It took over 2,000 hours to build it, and it is powered by a supercharged 5.0L Coyote engine, backed by a Tremec manual transmission.
1965 Shelby Mustang G.T. 350X Highlights:
Custom Oxford White show-quality paint
Custom Lightning Blue “Over the top” stripe package
Custom Lightning Blue G.T. 350 “Xperimental” callouts
Custom G.T. 350X high-rise hood
Authentic Carroll Shelby exterior fiberglass enhancement
Ford Racing 5.0-liter (302 ci) Coyote engine
Ford Racing supercharger and intercooler
Mass Flo fuel injection
Tremec manual transmission
9-inch Fab 9 straight axle with Auburn differential, Positraction, and a 3:70:1 gear ratio
Concept One pulley system
G.T. 350X 17×8-inch aluminum front wheels
Nitto drag radial tires
TMI Sport bucket seats
Five-point Camlock seatbelts
Old Air Products A/C system
Carroll Shelby Signature Gauges
Four-wheel power disc brakes
Power rack-and-pinion steering conversion
Flaming River polished tilt column
Woodgrain aluminum steering wheel
Carroll Shelby G.T. 350X floor mats
As for the modern experimental pony car, the 2017 Shelby GT350X is based on the latest performance machine from Ford, but has been completely worked over by the innovators at Steeda Autosports. The headliner of the upgrades is the Whipple Supercharger that pushes flywheel output to 875 horsepower and 660 lbs/ft of torque.
2017 Shelby Mustang GT350CR Highlights:
Brushed-aluminum GT350X grille emblem
Color-coded Lightning Blue “supercharged” side rocker stripes
Color-coded “supercharged” hood callouts
Steeda G-TRAC Suspension fender badges
Color-matched GT350X emblem on the rear fascia
Body-colored rear fascia
Body-colored rear spoiler with Lightning
Blue over-the-top striping
GT350X sill plates and dash plaque
GT350X wheel center caps
Raised white-letter Nitto drag radials
GT350X callouts embroidered on the front seats
2-point G-Trac brace
Billet oil separator
Rear independent rear suspension subframe brace
Independent rear suspension alignment kit
Clutch helper spring
Adjustable rear toe link
Billet aluminum integral/vertical links
Rear camber arm brackets
On top of these two amazing machines, Dream Giveaway is going to pay the $45,000 in taxes for you. This one is definitely a no-brainer. ENTER HERE now.
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