The first 1966 GT350 prototype received a vinyl top to preview a potential factory option. It was the only one.
Can't afford the new Mustang GT4? This is your best alternative.
Evidence discovered by and viewed by Road & Track shows that Ford might build a paddle-shift GT350 and GT350R.
Our resident Shelby guru is selling his pristine Ford Mustang GT350 at Pebble Beach. Don't miss out.
If you think the GT350 sounded good before, just wait until you hear it with long-tube headers and an X-pipe.
On Jay Leno's Garage, Jay compares the Hertz 1966 Ford Mustang "Rent-A-Racer" GT350-H to the 2016 version.
An original GT40, two 289 Cobras, two Boss 302s, and a first-gen Shelby GT350. It's Ford racing heaven.
Recently discovered, it's had one owner since new.
The base-model GT350 moves one step closer to the more hardcore GT350R for 2017.