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No matter how nasty, ferocious, and fast a car may be, there are always guys who want more. More power, more
speed, more performance. And for those guys, a garden-variety Ford GT500 just wasn't enough. Enter this 2007 Ford
Mustang Shelby GT500 Super Snake, a 600+ horsepower monster that over-delivers on one heck of a big promise.
To get a Super Snake, you'd buy one new 2007 Shelby GT500, then send it back to Shelby American for the big
horsepower injection. Of course, it's a lot more than just more power, with the Super Snake getting some special
emblems and its most iconic feature, the custom hood with that giant scoop, all made of carbon fiber and rumored to
cost more than $25, 000. Each. The Vista Blue paint is factory-issue and like new in every way, and there's no
question the guys at Shelby understood what customers expected in a $100, 000+ supercar. Panel fit is excellent, the
paint looks miles deep, and those satin black stripes add just the right aggressive look without being
overpowering. Standard GT500 body parts round out the look, and there's nobody in the world who won't fall in lust
with this Mustang the moment they lay eyes on it. The fact that it's showroom fresh only adds to the appeal.
The interior is standard GT500 as well, but that's hardly a bad thing. Deeply sculpted seats now wear "Super
Snake" embroidery on the headrests and there are some special floor mats, but the rest should be familiar. What
that really means is that the money was spent on the important stuff under the hood and since nobody's complaining
about the accommodations in the Super Snake, well, better to just leave well enough alone. The black leather
remains in excellent condition, as you'd expect on a car with under 8535 original miles and the list of features is
as long as your arm: A/C, power windows, locks, seats, and mirrors, cruise control, tilt wheel, and a kickin'
stereo that'll make your ears bleed before the engine will. Auxiliary gauges were added up high to keep an eye on
the warmed-over engine, which, incidentally, was sold without a warranty simply because Shelby knew what kind of
guys were buying such an animal. No surprise there. This car also has a spotless trunk still outfitted with a big
subwoofer kit; hey, with 725 dyno-proven rear-wheel horsepower on tap, curb weight is almost irrelevant.