On the way to the 350 ride meetup in Half Moon bay, I saw a 350 at the intersection of Skyline and Hwy 92 with a bunch of BMWs. Later, on my ride home, when I passed Skywood Trading Post I saw another one. I assume they were both you?
If I can get out of kiddo duty on the weekend I am in. I am also down for more twisty than straight highway cruise.
Pescadero to 84 is a great drive, with a small section of residential/park low speeds, and some tight twisty bumpy sections, but which are totally doable.
Regarding traffic on...
Yup! That was me!
I came from San Jose and saw one blue 350 with white stripes at the base of HWY 9 in Saratoga.
Then, I took 9 past Skyline and ran into a big group of enthusiasts at the scenic overlook. There was a 458, Huracan Evo, M2 Comp, Evora GT, GT3, GT4, and another guy (separate)...
If you don't like green, they have a blue Shelby specific themed part of this launch too.
I'm a huge mechanical watch nerd, I thought about getting one.
Meh, I think OP is making the right choice.
The GT350 is all about the charisma of the engine and the awesome track (or general canyon) experience.
If you are focused on interior and/or dragging from light to light, it makes sense that the Scat pack would be preferred. Do I think they could...
I have a 2019 GT350 that I purchased about 3 weeks and 1.5K miles ago.
Its got ~17K miles on it now. I've noticed that at low speeds, the clutch pedal can feel a bit "sticky". I'm not sure how else to describe it. At times, it feels like it isn't doing much and then the engagement and motion...