You don't get many opportunities to buy one of these beasts.
Before the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 arrived with more power than any road-legal Mustang, Shelby American was already building its own 700-hp Mustang GTs.
Revealed at Woodward last year, the 2019 Shelby GT and GT-H are only available at through select Ford dealerships in coupe or convertible body styles with a six-speed manual or 10-speed automatic. As standard, the base car is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 producing 480 hp, but an optional Ford Performance supercharger increases the output to over 700 hp. Pricing for the regular Shelby GT starts at $61,345, while the Heritage Premium model inspired by Hertz rental cars starts at $66,345.
Both prices include the cost of the base Mustang as well as a three-year, 36,000-mile warranty, but you very rarely see them for sale anymore. But we've found one for sale with a substantial discount.
Listed for sale at Ford dealer Pierre Ford is a 2019 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-H with a $10,000 discount, which brings the price down to $84,714, while the Mustang Retail Customer Cash incentive knocks off another $2,250 for a final price of $82,464. It started life as a 2019 Ford Mustang GT Premium finished in black and fitted with a ten-speed automatic transmission, which might disappoint enthusiasts.
The base car was also equipped with the GT Performance package, which adds 19-inch black wheels, 3.55 gears, and a performance rear wing, as well as Magne-ride damping, an active valve performance exhaust, an enhanced security package, and the Ford Safe & Smart Package. In total, the owner added $12,670 of options while the Shelby conversion pushed the price up to $95,009, so you're getting a good discount.
Unfortunately, the sales listing doesn't state if this 2019 Shelby GT-H has the supercharger that increases the power to over 700 hp, but we would be surprised if it didn't, considering how much the dealer is charging. At least the photos show it's been fitted with the optional gold wheels to match the gold racing stripe. Collectors may want to snap this up because you don't see many Shelby GT-H's on the road.