Craigslist might not be the first place to search for a special version of the Ford Mustang, like the Shelby GT350, but there are always exceptions.

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Dressed in Magnetic Metallic, this example benefits from aerodynamically optimized bodywork, it has the MagneRide suspension system, Torsen limited-slip differential, Brembo brakes with 394mm (15.5in) rotors up front and 380mm (14.9in) rotors at the rear, Recaro seats and Sync 3 with MyFord Touch 8-inch screen.

It might not be as fast as the Shelby GT350R, but the Coupe still packs a 5.2-liter naturally aspirated V8, with 526hp (534PS) and 429lb-ft (595Nm) of torque, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, enough for a 0 to 60mph (96km/h) sprint made in 4.3 seconds.

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Listed at $67,040, the muscle car is almost $20,000 over the standard MSRP, but it is equipped with the Technology Package, which will set customers back for another $7,500.

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Chassis number G2059 suggests that this is the 2016MY, which might not be as rare as the 2015 version, when only 100 units were built, but it still offers a prospective buyer the chance to own one of the first units of the car. The vendor, a Texan dealership, states that the vehicle is available right away. By: Carscoops