Used 2016 Ford Shelby GT350

$46,900 - $49,998
2016 Ford Shelby GT350

2016 Highlights

The 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 is an all-new model.


  • Strong, high-revving V8 engine
  • racetrack-oriented handling
  • well-appointed interior.


  • Cramped rear seat, assuming there's one to begin with.

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Used 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 for Sale

Ford Shelby GT350 2016 10,675 miles
Used 2016Ford Shelby GT350
Est.Loan: $854/mo
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Ford Shelby GT350 2016 14,942 miles
Used 2016Ford Shelby GT350
Est.Loan: $910/mo
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Ford Shelby GT350 2016 2dr Coupe (5.2L 8cyl 6M) Oxford White Ebony premium cloth8,203 miles
Used 2016Ford Shelby GT350Base
Est.Loan: $860/mo
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Features & Specs

2dr Coupe (5.2L 8cyl 6M)R 2dr Coupe (5.2L 8cyl 6M)
Transmission6-speed manual6-speed manual
Horsepower526 hp @ 7500 rpm526 hp @ 7500 rpm

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A new legend is born
Worth the wait! After a year of anticipation, it's finally in the garage. You want this car because of the engine, and it does not disappoint. One of the best sounding and flexible of all time. The handling limits are just as impressive. I can't wait to get on a racetrack. The option packages are goofy. Ford makes you choose between the track package with recaros, powertrain coolers, and aero, or the tech package without the coolers but with sync 3 and heated/cooled seats. I bought the track car, but why can't I have sync3 ford? It was quite an effort to find one without a dealer markup. If you want a R model forget it unless you're willing to pay the five digit dealer extortion fee.
New toy
This car is awesome! It drives great, handles the bends great and stops on a dime. The car has helped me discover points to my driving skill set that I need improving. For the money, it has no rivals despite what Camaro and Challenger fans say. The only issue I have is, being a bigger guy, it's like a masonic dance trying to get in and out of the seats. Some already complain about the harsh ride but they need to remember that it's a muscle car that was transformed into a sports car. If you want comfort, get a Cadillac. All in all, great car. I've already ate 2 Camaro Z28's and a Hellcat on bendy roads. And I'm not a racer by any stretch.
And still...The best drivers car available!
I’m updating my original assessment of the GT350 and I’m still 100% happy with the vehicle. I’ve had the car out for a couple of road course events and it performed even better than I anticipated. The car still gets attention from everyone that sees it & I am glad that I bought it. There are many newer cars that have been launched since this car & the direct competition is the Camaro. I had the chance to buy a new ZL1 1LE but after a short drive, I passed. The GT350 can’t touch the boosted Camaro’s performance but the overall experience is superior. The sight lines and full visibility are top notch. The design is fluid and devoid of the ridiculous downforce add-on’s and the suspension (while stiff) is not overly penalizing. My good friend bought the ZL1 1LE & he summed it best, “if I had to drive one for a single race event, it’s not even close, the Camaro is a beast, but if I have to live with it, The Shelby is unbeatable .” I still feel that way. I’ve also added an Alfa 4C and the Shelby is still superior. The Alfa is a crazier car to live with but if you are looking for a total experience with top notch performance, unbelievable sounds & great driving dynamics then the GT350 is the benchmark for under $100k. I've kept the car in it’s original form except that I had the exhaust resonators removed. It’s the best $200 I’ve ever spent. Louder , angrier and a battle cry that’s heard from blocks away & unlike the Camaro or Dodge’s, it’s a naturally aspirated sound that’s impossible to find (unless you’re next to a F458). My original assessment: The last Ford Mustang that I was compelled to own was a 1990 Fox body 5.0 GT. There's been a litany of different Mustang's and special versions but nothing like this one. I'm shocked that Ford was able to dream this machine up let alone build it. I've owned 2 Porsche 911's, 3 Vette's including a ZR1, Z06 & base Z51, Ferrari 360 F1, BMW M3 Dinan, MB AMG SL63 and a 1997 Viper. Out of all of the cars, this GT350 is simply different. It's ability to combine all of the ergo comforts with the vehicle dynamics and great acceleration make it an "ultimate vehicle" of sorts. My friend has a 2015 Z28 and this one is equally incredible on the track but far greater on the streets. Another friend has a 2014 Hellcat Challenger with a stick and the GT350 walks it on the track but can't keep up on the streets. The GT350 is as happy going to the grocery store as it is on the open straights at Milan or Grattan. I've also learned how to be a better driver because the car is very neutral and allows for the driver to delve deeper into hard driving. When I was racing my buddy at Milan, the car made me feel like Senna or Prost. I simply love it and the globalization of Ford's Performance Team shows in the incredible dynamics, handling and overall ergonomics. My only warning is to be aware of your settings because this car gets too much attention from the police. The exhaust decries a noise that's a combination of a Ferrari's whaling & a Mustang's deep bass; ungodly sounds that make me giggle under acceleration. The best true drivers car I've been blessed to own.
Used 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Overview

The Used 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 is offered in the following submodels: . Available styles include 2dr Coupe (5.2L 8cyl 6M), and R 2dr Coupe (5.2L 8cyl 6M).

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Price comparisons for Used 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 trim styles:

  • The Used 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Base is priced between $47,259 and $47,259 with odometer readings between 8203 and 8203 miles.

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