Ford Shelby GT500 2020 will be presented with the very first Ford Shelby of 1968December 27, 2019
Two cars will be auctioned by Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in January 2020.
Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auctioned the first production model of the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 model 2020 model year for 1.1 million dollars in January 2019, and it was acquired by the boss of the company Craig Jackson. In October 2019, the car came off the assembly line of the American automaker in a non-standard color scheme. It is noteworthy that Mr. Jackson also owns the very first Shelby EXP500 of 1968, which has the nickname “Green Hornet”, and his new car (Shelby GT500 2020) has a corresponding dark green hue.
“By placing an order for a new version of the legendary sports coupe, I really had no idea that there could be such a coincidence with the outflows,” Jackson said in an ad showing the finished car. “The whole Ford team tried their best to help my dream come true, and I am very grateful to them.”
Mr. Jackson’s new GT500 is fully consistent with his original 1968 Shelby EXP500 – the two cars even have the same stripes on the lower front fender. As a final touch, the 2020 coupe version received mirrors painted in body colors.
The 2020 GT500 will be on display at the January Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction next year. He will be accompanied by other important Shelby cars, including the 1967 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP prototype.
Ordinary people who want to buy a sports coupe GT500 2020 model year may need to pay a little more than the price set by the manufacturer. There are reports on dealer margins. For example, an exhibition hall in Virginia asks for an additional $ 145,890 for the new product, which is about $ 40,000 in premiums.
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