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