In heritage white, ferocious Mustang Shelby GT350 takes its final bow

DETROIT — The Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is not going out quietly.The screaming 8,250-rpm, V-8 pony car rides into the sunset this fall wearing the historic Wimbledon White and Guardsman Blue stripe paint scheme of the original 1965 GT350 that tore up race tracks and made Mustang a legend 55 years ago. It marks the last batch of GT350s to roll off the Flat Rock assembly line since its 2016 debut.You may have heard your windows rattle last week when I rode Mustang’s demon to Hell, Michigan’s challenging roads and back. With its high-pitched pterodactyl shriek, the 526-horse, 5.2-liter flat-plane…

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