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The massively-powerful Shelby GT500 Super Snake isn't going to officially debut until later this weekend at the Mid-America Ford Performance and Shelby Meet, but that hasn't stopped Mustang Evolution from snagging and posting the first real shots of the ride ahead of its big reveal. Its GT500KR looks are further augmented with Super Snake badging and blacked-out head and taillamps -- the whole package looks just menacing. Appropriate, when you consider it'll be available with up to 725 supercharged horses underhood. Daddy wants a pony for Father's Day...

[Source: Mustang Evolution]

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      • 7 Years Ago
      Again with the live rear axle whining... The Mustang is a great handling car, though probably best in the GT with the better weight distribution. Properly tuned, a live rear axle can work to create a capable handler. It's no track king, but that's due in large part to the relative narrowness of the rear tires. I hope this deficiency is remedied in future models more than the live axle. The Mustang is all about AFFORDABLE performance, and I beg you to find any other 500 hp cars for ~$40,000. The live axle is one of the reasons normal people can afford a Mustang.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hey TheSilly....I mean Decillis, hehehehe I was talking about the live rear axle, a technology that, curiously, Yugo felt was too crapy for them by the 80's... ;)
      • 7 Years Ago
      That is one wicked muscle car.

      Before the whining begins about another Mustang "model" the Super Snake appears to be a tuner package offered directly by Shelby. Similar to what Mallet and Lingenfelter do with GM cars.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Hey, Nay...you're so full of crap it's oozing out of your pores.

      • 7 Years Ago
      Does Shelby actually contribute to the vehicles other then letting someone use his name?

      It's a good looking car, that's for sure.
      • 7 Years Ago
      I wonder who would be insane (I'm being nice :p) enough to look twice at a car with 750hp in such a primitive chassis...
        • 7 Years Ago
        Ugh. Here we go again. Perhaps you'd be more at home with the "futuristic" Lexus LF-A?
      • 7 Years Ago
      Yes there have been ump-teen versions of the current Mustang, but damn this on is f'n sexy. Good thing it doesn't have one of those Saturday Night Live modifications cause I'd be one lonely dude, lol.
      • 7 Years Ago
      Oh by the way, the '04 Cobra with independent rear suspension, which also happened to weigh significantly less than the current Cobra, cost -less- than the current SRA car. So using cost as a reason to keep the SRA is complete and utter bullshit.
      • 7 Years Ago
      There is a lot of emotion tried to the brand. The Mustang is one of the few American automobile legacy vehicles. This one is just plain ass-whomping! I love it!
      • 7 Years Ago
      The Mustang is a great coupe; the live rear axle does not ruin the driving experience at all. I just don't like all the trim lines. The Super Snake package looks more to take on Saleen's S281 Ultimate. Am I the only one who'd prefer a custom-built '69 fastback for the money?
      • 7 Years Ago
      I would be frigging scared if i look on my mirror and see this monster standing behind me.

      This car is just AMAZING.

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