• Ford is honoring the original Mustang Shelby GT350 fastback with a Heritage Edition package available on the 2020 GT350 and GT350R.
  • The limited-edition cars are finished in Wimbledon White with Guardsman Blue side and racing stripes.
  • The Heritage Edition package tacks on an additional $1,965 to the GT350 and GT350R's price.

    One thing that was left out in Ford v Ferrari was Carroll Shelby's first Shelbified Ford Mustang: the 1965 GT350 fastback. Not to worry, Ford has found its own way of honoring the car, the one Ken Miles drove to victory a year before he set lap records at Le Mans: with a limited run of Heritage Edition 2020 GT350 and GT350Rs.

    Like the livery on the original Shelby Mustang, the new Heritage Edition is finished in Wimbledon White with Guardsman Blue side and racing stripes. The limited-edition Shelbys will also be distinguished by Guardsman Blue front and rear Cobra badges as well as a blue badge on the dashboard and all-black seats with red stitching.

    The GT350 recently received an array of updates that made the already spicy naturally aspirated muscle car even spicier. The track-focused GT350R received a longer-trail steering geometry, the same used in the GT500, along with revised anti-lock braking and MagneRide tuning.

    Pricing starts at $60,440 for the GT350 and $73,435 for the GT350R. The Heritage Edition package Shelbys will arrive in spring 2020 and will cost an additional $1965—get it?