Barrett Jackson Auction
January 18, 2012 by staff
Barrett Jackson Auction, When it comes to pre-production cars, they are usually not built to quite the same standards as production cars, so just like concept cars their value is measured in terms of rarity.
This 2013 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 described as the ‘durability car’ that will be auctioned off for charity at the upcoming Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction is exclusivity itself because it’s the test mule that was used to develop the new GT500?s 650 horsepower drivetrain. The car cannot be licensed for road use but will be listed by the Shelby American Registry in their database and is without doubt a super rare piece of Shelby history.
Designed and engineered by Ford’s SVT group, the car was hand built and driven at Sebring, Ford’s Arizona Proving Grounds, the Route 66 road course and other facilities. Since it’s a pre-production model, the car will be sold on a bill of sale only and proceeds will go to support the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
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