What Is the Mustang 20th Anniversary GT350?Last Updated June 9, 2020
Ford celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Mustang in 1984 by bringing back the GT350. The limited production run Mustang featured only cosmetic upgrades such as a darker red interior, special badging and front air dam. Compared with other years the GT350 has been released, it's easy to see why this model doesn't get the same reactions.
One of the most famous Mustangs is the Mustang GT390 which was featured in the movie Bullitt. Driven by Steve McQueen, the GT390, also known as "Bullitt," raced through the streets of San Francisco. The GT390 featured a 390 cubic inch V8 engine and 270 horsepower.
Though the first Eleanor Mustang was a 1973 model, the second Eleanor was a more impressive 1967 Shelby GT500. Both Mustangs have earned their place in cinematic history. Here’s how these Mustangs were created.
The EAA Blue Angels Mustang was auctioned off at the 2011 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh in support of the organization's Young Eagles program. Raising over $400,000 at auction, this Mustang featured a supercharged 2012 Mustang GT and was capable of producing over 500 horsepower.
Only 1,001 Shelby GT350H's were produced as part of Hertz's Rent-a-Racer program. These Shelbys were almost identical to their non-Hertz branded counterparts, and not surprisingly more than a few made it to the racetrack. Ultimately, the program was a success both for Hertz and for Shelby.