About Ford Mustang GT 350
When Car and Driver reviewed the Ford Mustang GT 350 back in 1970, it commented that the car was the closest thing to a real racing car most people would ever see and that it was "not a lady's car by any stretch of the imagination; probably not even a gentleman's car for that matter; but surely a man's car." The original 1965 Ford Mustang with the GT 350 package designed by Carroll Shelby himself offered a new engine, new exhaust system, new racing seats, and a handy fire extinguisher in case things got a bit dodgy. The car remains highly collectible. In fact, since Shelby marketed later versions as the GT350, leaving out the Mustang name altogether, the 1965 version remained the sole example of the Ford Mustang GT350 until 2011. The 2011 version uses a 2011 Mustang GT as its base, but it gets serious power upgrades from Shelby that sets it above and beyond the competition. Both the past and the future collide on eBay listings of this classic vehicle, where it is possible to find the original car as well as the latest remake.