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Not a one-trick pony car: Ford's Shelby GT350 is a Mustang like no other

An exotic engine and track-focused chassis make the Shelby GT350 is one of the most thrilling rides on the road today.
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2017 Ford Shelby GT350

CNET Editors' Rating

The Ford Shelby GT350 is basically a race car that you can drive on the street. Upgrades to the suspension and cabin tech for 2017 make it a more comfortable, but still thrilling, daily driver

MSRP: $54,845.00

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