Craigslist might not be the first place to search for a special version of the Ford Mustang, like the Shelby GT350, but there are always exceptions.
Dressed in Magnetic Metallic, this example benefits from aerodynamically optimized bodywork, it has the MagneRide suspension system, Torsen limited-slip differential, Brembo brakes with 394mm (15.5in) rotors up front and 380mm (14.9in) rotors at the rear, Recaro seats and Sync 3 with MyFord Touch 8-inch screen.
It might not be as fast as the Shelby GT350R, but the Coupe still packs a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V8, with 526hp (534PS) and 429lb-ft (595Nm) of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, enough for a 0 to 60mph (96km/h) sprint made in 4.3 seconds.
Listed at $67,040, the muscle car is almost $20,000 over the standard MSRP, but it is equipped with the Technology Package, which will set customers back for another $7,500.
Chassis number G2059 suggests that this is the 2016MY, which might not be as rare as the 2015 version, when only 100 units were built, but it still offers a prospective buyer the chance to own one of the first units of the car. The vendor, a Texan dealership, states that the vehicle is available right away.