The first 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 will be auctioned

To own the very first one could be a great honour

2y ago

Barrett-Jackson Auction shall be selling the first ever 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 on the January 18 in the coming year. All the money that is received will be donated to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to aid to find the cure for Type 1 diabetes.

But this won't only be there because the Ford Edsel Ford II and Aaron Shelby shall also be on stage to give the crowd more excitement hopefully generating more money.

If you buy this Shelby GT500 you will be able to choose from all available colours and options. But the deliveries won't begin until Fall in 2019.

On January 14 Ford shall officially unveil the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 along with its design and technical information at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

The speculated specs are quite juicy so far with it expected to have 700 hp produced from a the same roaring supercharged 5.2-Litre V8 that the Shelby GT350 currently uses. Not only that but the brakes will have 2 3D-printed parts.

Other than that this shall also be the first Shelby GT500 with independent rear suspension in the automobile's history.

Just incase this doesn't float your boat Barrett-Jackson has wide variety of vehicles and shall also be selling the very first 2020 Toyota Supra as well.

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Comments (2)

  • Why does the grille look recessive like a grouper hauled out of the waters off of Key West? 1) who can afford this besides lottery winners and those invisible people at the top of MLM schemes? 2) who, again could then afford the insurance? 3) who, again I say, who could stand to take it out in Publick? 4) after said who shears the driveshaft in half, what roll-back tow truck (recovery vehicle for you in this sceptered isle, this England (Richard II) could see the technician shatter the induction lip in the front while endlessly greasy chains are dragging the pride and joy of whoville onto a truck bed to be exposed to the indignity of being taken back to Shelby? In reality this is yet another example of the “unobtainium” in motoring these days. I hope I see one in person someday. I’ll bring some delicious grouper and chips.

      2 years ago