About a month ago, a leaked document revealed prices for some of the options offered with the upcoming 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang. However, the leak didn’t provide any hints as to how much Ford will ask for a GT350 before options. The wait ends today with yet another pricing sheet that surfaced the Interwebz a bit earlier than FoMoCo probably wanted. The leak comes via the Mustang6G forum and quotes a suggested retail price of $47,870 for the Shelby GT350. The sticker doesn’t include destination and the gas guzzler tax, which would add an extra $2,125 for a total of $49,995.

For the more track-focused GT350R, customers would have to pay a $13,500 premium for the 920A equipment group. This means the GT350R would start from $61,370. Adding delivery and taxes would take the sticker to $63,495.

This new sheet lists prices for the black roof, over-the-top racing stripe, and Triple Yellow paint options too, but they remain unchanged from the previous leak. What’s new here is the optional car cover, priced at $375.

Another price list posted on the same forum says the base Shelby GT350 will cost $62,599 in Canada. For the GT350R, Canadian buyers would have to pay $79,499. Destination and delivery will add another $1,650 according to the leak.

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Why it matters

Shelby GT350 And GT350R Pricing Leaked Brochure - Order Guide
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If this pricing sheet is authentic, it pretty much confirms what Shelby brand manager Jim Owens said earlier this year. At $49,995, the GT350 would indeed be a "relative performance value," while the GT350R would be significantly more affordable than its direct competitor, the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28, at $63,495. The Z/28 fetches $75,000 before options. Not exactly a steal, but definitely a very good deal!

2015 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang

2016 - 2017 Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang High Resolution Exterior
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2015 Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang

2016 Ford Shelby GT350R Mustang High Resolution Exterior Wallpaper quality
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Source: Mustang6g

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