Dennis Collins' Holy Grail World Tour!


December 20, 2019

By: Jonathan


Ford GT350 Gets Heritage Edition Package

Celebrating 55 years of “track-focused” Mustangs Ford has released a limited-edition heritage package for their GT350 and GT350R variants.


Going back 55 years would put you in 1965 one year prior to Ford setting lap records in the GT40 at Le Mans. So why 1965? Well, that year Ken Miles, the same driver Ford used for the GT40 records in 1966, was making waves in his GT350 with most notably a win at Green Valley Raceway in Texas. Today, Ford honors the iconic styling of Carroll Shelby’s 1965 Fastback Coupe with a Wimbledon White paint and Guardsman Blue option for 2020 GT350 and GT350R models. In addition to the iconic color scheme, the package will, “include front and rear exterior badges finished in Guardsman Blue and a unique dash badge inside. GT350R models will feature all-black seats with red accent stitching.”


The Heritage Edition Package is available for order now for $1,965 on top of the $60,440 and $73,435 MSRPs of the GT350 and GT350R, respectively.

Trending Articles