Limited to 25 units per year, the Carbon Edition comes with a six-speed manual transmission from the Tremec, a Strange Engineering 9.0-inch fab rear end with 3.70 gears and Posey Traction as well as 18-inch aluminum wheels. An 18-gallon fuel tank and VaporWorks twin fuel pump are also standard.
When it comes to the optional extras, Classic Restoration has a total of six, starting at $ 500 from the KPH gauge and $ 12,500 from the right hand drive. Other extras include touchscreen infotainment with satellite navigation, a Stillwater design five-channel amplifier, a subwoofer and speakers.
After mentioning the $ 300k starting price of this licensee replica registered in the Shelby Registry, cares to estimate how much a true GT500 costs these days? Macum recently sold chassis number 00988 for $ 330,000, $ 15,000 more than the highest pre-auction estimate of $ 315,000.