Shelby American announced last week that they will be offering street versions of the GT350 to include a naturally-aspirated model with either a 6-speed automatic or 6-speed manual transmission, as well as a supercharged version, which will be available as soon as late summer 2010.

The additions are being offered to meet consumer demand for an automatic as well as to comply with SCCA requirements. Like most Shelby offerings, you can order a 2011 Mustang GT from a dealer and have it drop-shipped to the Shelby plant in Las Vegas to have it transformed into a GT350.

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2011 Shelby GT350 For The Street!

 

The cost for transformation will be $26,995 for the N/A (naturally aspirated) version, plus any options, not including the base Ford Mustang GT (about $30,000). The GT350 will cost $33,995, on top of the price of the base GT.

The GT350 is powered by the brilliant new 5.0-liter V8 coupled to a 6 speed transmission. Shelby adds 14” rotors with 6-piston front calipers with ERADISPEED rotors on the back and cooling ducts for all four corners. The suspension features new Ford Racing springs, struts, sway bars and adjustable caster/camber plates.

For shoes, it wears Goodyear 19” tires with a new, aggressive compound. Each GT350 will be clad in traditional white with Shelby Guardsman blue Le Mans stripes. The GT350 features new front fascia, tail light trim, front splitter, rear deck-lid filler panel and rear fascia. Functional scoops are located on the side rockers and hood. Of course, GT350 badges adorn the outside and inside, which also bears a Shelby serial number.

Customers interested in either a supercharged or normally aspirated GT350 should call (702) 942-7325 or log onto http://gt350.shelbyamerican.com.

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