This makes me sad as a 2018 GT350 in white isn't anything that rare or special. This won't be worth some exorbitant amount of money in the future and instead it's just sitting around rotting.You may have seen the Red/White/Blue Shelby line up I have posted in the past. Well this R/W/B line up had a different twist.
The HEP guy who provided the "White" did not show up, so the Red & Blue just parked together at a local car show that had over 200 mustangs.
Another white Shelby happened to roll in before the space next to us was taken:
The white Shelby temporary replacement guy was driving a 2018 GT350 as obvious by the rear spoiler and the Chassis label on the dash:
For a 4 year old car I was impressed how clean and original the engine bay was. Most folks who keep and engine bay spotless, they always seem to leave it cleaned and shiner that OEM:
When I spotted the air filter, I asked if it was a new OEM replacement... he indicated it was new, but not a replacement:
I asked for clarification.... "Is this the original air filter?" He replied "yes".
He then later admitted to having to finally need to put fuel in his 2018 Shelby GT350 for the first time since he drove it home from the dealer... apparently his "low fuel" light had been yelling at him with only 20 miles till empty.
His odometer today:
It's a 2018................................................. damn!