This $145K Mustang Shelby GT500 includes a "Golden Ticket"

Is it worth it $145K, though?

T A posted in The Fun Tribe
33w ago
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It's not uncommon for dealers do mark up performance vehicles, especially the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500. This 760-hp monster is the most capable Mustang ever, and Ford (and their dealers) are aware that consumers are willing to pay a premium for this.

https://www.koonssterlingford.com/tcd/home?tcdvehicleid=cb4544640a0e0adf2be84229b62da97f&ddcref=facebookdpa&tcdcmpid=750714&tcdadid=23845698801810624&utm_campaign=New+Vehicle+Facebook+AIA+June+2020+%28750714%29&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&u

https://www.koonssterlingford.com/tcd/home?tcdvehicleid=cb4544640a0e0adf2be84229b62da97f&ddcref=facebookdpa&tcdcmpid=750714&tcdadid=23845698801810624&utm_campaign=New+Vehicle+Facebook+AIA+June+2020+%28750714%29&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&u

Looks like someone at the dealer really wanted to sell this thing! I'm not sure what this "Golden Ticket" edition is, but apparently it comes with a six-speed manual. Seriously:

That is besides the main description saying it has a 7-speed automatic (which it does). Not only that, but the main description says this is a 4-seat coupe, even though this particular example has the Carbon Fiber Track Pack, which deletes the rear seats (and the pictures clearly show it). Looks like someone at the dealer got sloppy with the adverts.

That said, however, if you want to blow big bucks on a 760-hp coupe, now's your chance. Link to the ad:

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