First RHD 2016 Shelby Super Snake Mustang Arrives In Australia

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Even though Ford is proudly using the Shelby name to give meaning to their new GT350 Mustang, the company that Carroll Shelby built is still plowing along nicely with their own projects.

One of those projects is the Super Snake upgrade, available for 2007-2014 Shelby GT500 models or the 2015-2016 Mustang GT, which is what we're looking at here.

This is officially the first RHD (right hand drive) 2016 Shelby Super Snake to hit Australian shores and it definitely came to play with over 750 HP coming from its tuned 5.0-liter supercharged V8.

In this US, the optional 750+ package costs upwards of $54,999 and includes Whipple 750+ or Kenne Bell 750+ superchargers, an upgraded cooling package, differential cooling, transmission cooling, Shelby Wilwood four-piston rear brakes, plus the aggressive exterior kit which comes with Weld Racing one-piece Super Snake 20" wheels.

This particular build was completed by Mustang Motorsport Official in Australia, where car enthusiasts are used to laying down rubber with help from their V8-powered machines.