Hi Everyone, I'm a new owner to a 2016 Shelby Gt350 in Oxford White w/ Blue strips. Took me awhile to pull the trigger but very glad I did a little late in the year but better late than never. Drive a little bit before the weather tell me other wise. The car is the most powerful car I owe yet and looking forward to trying to tame this venom wild pony lol. Again glad to be here and hope to find tips and ideas to how to personalize my Shelby.
Long time Ford and Mustang guy (64 yrs young). Grew up in Dearborn Heights, MI with both parents working for Ford and an Uncle that worked for Shelby. Lots of cool cars coming home since it was Ford country and racing was strong in the 60's, early 70's. Have had my share of Mustangs including two K Codes and a number of GT's through the years. I'm the current owner of a 13' Boss which I plan on keeping though I'm in search of a low mileage GT350. I've done a lot of reading on the GT350 and it's a hell of a car. I hope I can reach out to you experts out there for any help. Thank you
Hi guys! Glad I came across this forum. I just bought a new 2020 GT350 2 weeks ago. It's Iconic Silver with the tech and handling packages, Recaros, black stripes, and carbon dash (The dash upgrade came free of charge)
I live in Cumming, GA and I'm a long time Mustang fan too. It started with my cousin's '69 Mach 1 which he got around '74 or so, I was about 9 years old at the time.
I finally bought my first Mustang 16 years ago and I still have it. It's a Sunburst Gold 2000 GT that I bought (From an old lady )100% stock / low mileage and I modified extensively for track use. I tracked it for 8 years / was an instructor with Nasa Southeast and competed in time trials with it. I came in 1st in the Southeast championship in 2008, 2nd in 2009, and 3rd in 2010, my final year of competing. The best thing about it was the handling, with good mods and sticky R compound Hoosiers I was out-cornering Porsches, Bimmers, Vettes, the occasional Lotus Elise / Exige, you name it. We crushed quite a few European car owners egos... LOL.
I'm looking forward to go back to the track in the Shelby and see how she'll do.
This looks like a great forum, I'm also looking forward to learning more about my amazing dream Mustang and meet some of you guys that live in the Southeast.