Donald Farr
Former Editor, Mustang Monthly
March 15, 2010

With so much R-Model history, we had to ask if there could be a competition version of the 2011 GT350 in the future. "There could be," Amy Boylan told us. "To be honest, we've been putting 200 percent of our energy toward building this prototype. But it could be turned into an R-Model pretty fast. Remove the back seat, put in a roll bar and some harnesses, and you've got an R-Model."

2011 Shelby GT350 Specifications

  • Shelby/Ford Racing/Whipple supercharger
  • Shelby/Ford Racing suspension
  • Caster/camber plate kit
  • Shelby/Baer 6-piston front brake kit
  • Shelby/Baer Eradispeed rear rotor upgrade
  • Unique Shelby/Borla center exit exhaust
  • 19-inch Cragar wheels
  • Goodyear performance tires
  • Shelby GT350 short-throw shifter
  • Front fascia, including grille and GT350 badging
  • Rear fascia, including GT350 badging
  • Taillight trim
  • Rear decklid filler panel
  • Side rockers with integrated scoops
  • Guardsman Blue side and over-the-top stripes
  • Fender badging
  • Engine plate and cap sets
  • Unique Shelby GT350 interior
  • Dash plate with sequential serial number
  • GT350 sill plates
  • A-pillar gauge package with fuel pressure, oil pressure, and boost
Package Price: $33,995

Options

  • Shelby/Baer rear brake kit
  • Watts link rear suspension
  • Goodyear street race tires
  • Shelby high-performance cooling package
  • Painted stripes
  • Custom interior upgrade
  • Shelby/Kicker premium sound system
  • Exclusive interior with console cover, shift boot, steering wheel, and seat upholstery