Ford to Stop Building the Shelby GT350 After the 2020 Model Year

Photo credit: Robin Warner
Photo credit: Robin Warner

From Autoweek

  • Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 discontined after 2020

  • The Dearborn, MI brand is building a Heritage Edition for the final year

  • It still drives just like other GT350s

Ford officially announced that it is ending production of the Mustang Shelby GT350 after the conclusion of the 2020 model year vehicles. And that’s a shame because it is a fan favorite. 526 horsepower from a 5.2-liter V8 is already cool. The fact that it spins to 8,250 rpm and uses a flat-plane crankshaft made it a true marvel. And it’s much more than straight-line muscle. Ford built a real handler, more adept to a racetrack than any other Mustang trim.

In an attempt to exit gracefully, Ford put together a special styling package called the Heritage Edition. This package uses Wimbledon White paint to coat the body before two racing strips in Guardsman blue run the

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