Evaluation: Original | Represented with 12,432 miles, and they don’t appear to have been racked up a quarter-mile at a time (tempting as that might have been). Small paint ding in one of the wheel wells, a small chip in the nose, and the carbon-fiber front splitter appears to have some flaws on its edges. Mostly presents as just a lightly used and terrifyingly fast Mustang. Located in Arizona.
Bottom Line: Shelby offered a 1000-hp Super Snake package on the 2007–14 GT500, but 850 is plenty. Given its ludicrous performance figures, the Shelby connection, and the near-universal appeal of a hot Mustang, the Super Snake is sure to be a future collectible. As such, they haven’t depreciated much. Barrett-Jackson sold this one in January for $110,000 (we rated it in #2- condition at the time). The obvious difference in prices is likely attributable to the stark changes in the economy since then, but also to the smaller bidding
I’m looking for 2014 Shelby Super Snake convertible, I should be ready soon