So Long, Shelby

So Long, Shelby GT350
October 1, 2020
After almost 56 years, Ford has decided to discontinue the legendary high performance Mustang Shelby GT350.

Created by accomplished racer and car designer, Carroll Shelby, the Shelby GT350 was launched in 1966 with 306 hp and competition-style suspension. Its departure means there will no longer be a Shelby-branded Mustang with a manual transmission.
Why "350"?
Have you ever wondered why "350"? It's more random than you might think!

As we grieve the loss of Shelby GT350, the GT500 will carry on and the new limited edition Mustang Mach 1 is expected to debut in Spring of 2021.
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A testament to Shelby's popularity, Hot Wheels added the 1966 Shelby GT350 to their 1:43 scale American Classics line. It featured a newly-retooled full metal chassis, an opening hood, and 2-piece wheels with Goodyear tampo (graphics application process).
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