Special 2013 Shelby GT500 will be auctioned at Barrett-Jackson

Last year at the Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale auction Ford has managed to sell a Grabber Blue Boss 302 Laguna Seca for an impressive $450,000. At this year’s event the company will once again come with a special 2013 Shelby GT500 and they hope to raise the same amount of money. All the proceeds will go to the JDRF.

Its true Ford did not revealed any details just yet on this "special" Shelby GT500, but as no unit has been sold just yet we expect this to be the first production 2013 Shelby GT500. We will have the official confirmation in the upcoming weeks.

However, under the hood you will see the same 5.8 liters V8 engine that delivers an impressive 600 HP.

The auction will be held at approximately 8:30 PM January 21, 2012, so if you are interested you have to mark this date. But until then we expect the GT500 Convertible at the upcoming Detroit Auto Show.


6 comments:

The color combination of this car is quite good. I think it is pretty much cool to drive on. The V8 engine with an output of 600 HP is not bad for this model. I feels like this car is very special and maybe on its production cost.

I love the color combination of this car,blue and black. I think many car lovers will join this auction. The car is oozing with angst and its design. But what impressed me most on this car is the wheels, its very outstanding.

I like the combination of the color; black and blue.I think it is cool to drive on.

I agree. This car is oozing with angst with its design. On the other hand, its V8 engine with an output of 600 HP is quite enough for it. I am now excited on the upcoming auction.

I like the combination of the color; black and blue. I think it is cool to drive on. I am also sure that many car lovers will join this auction.

This "special" Shelby GT500 looks simple for me, yet very appealing. I am sure that it will raise the same amount of money on that acution or even more. What impressed me the more on this car is its wheel. Very outstanding and suits the design of it.

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