Production of the GT350 and GT350 R has ended, as Ford shifts focus to the new Mach 1 and other “new additions” to the range
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Ford’s Mustang GT350 and GT350 R have been killed off, and the new Mach 1 is partly to blame. It seems there’s only so much room for special models in the pony stable, with the revival of legendary Mach 1 badge ousting the two more exotic machines from the line-up. This doesn’t come as a huge surprise. The GT350, GT350 R and the Bullitt were notably absent from the leaked document which first confirmed the Mach 1’s existence, and sure enough, discontinuation of the former two derivatives has now been confirmed by Ford.
The Blue Oval broke the news to US publications sampling the GT350 Heritage Edition. In a statement, the company said:
“With the 760 horsepower Shelby GT500 now in full stride, we will finish production of Shelby GT350 and…
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