FOR SALE: 2014 Shelby GT500

Cornfed Shelby

Member
Established Member
Joined
Aug 16, 2018
Messages
37
Location
Seaford Delaware
I am selling this 2014 Shelby GT500 with 17,200 miles and won’t really go up as car is hardly ever driven. It is tastefully modded and has some serious power! Car has every option including glass roof. I have all receipts and dyno sheets. All work was performed by L&M $64,500 OBO

MOTOR:

-L&M Racing Engine 5.8 with sleeves dyno tuned @ 1002HP

-Tuned on E90 by Evolution Auto

-Diamond Pistons

-L&M Custom Cams

-VMP Gen 3 w/ 2.8 upper (19 lbs of boost)

-Innovators West 10% overdrive lower

-VMP triple pass w/ dual fan heat exchanger

-VMP Twin 69mm throttle body

-Metco 90D idler pulley

-Fore 3 pump return style fuel system w/ billet rails

-Deatsch Works 1500 CC injectors

-Peterson Oil separator

-American racing 2” long tube headers

-GT500 stock mufflers

-Sonny Bryant Billet Crank Shaft

-Ferrera intake and Exhaust valves

-Ford GT supercar 10mm timing chains

-L&M billet 9 way adjustable timing sprocket

DRIVETRAIN & SUSPENSION

-Shelby 1700lb torque triple disc clutch

-3.73 Gears

-Eibach sportlich lowering springs

-BBR upper control arms

-BBR adjustable pan bar

-BBR billet lower control arms

-MGW short throw shifter

WHEELS & TIRES

-Forgestar custom F14 Plano black

-18x9 Front w/ Nitto 420 255/50

-18x11 Rear w/ Nitto NT05R 315/40

For more pics and build sheets reach out. Car is located in Seaford DE
 

Attachments

  • 032248E2-3FD3-457C-962D-7136629F0758.jpeg
    032248E2-3FD3-457C-962D-7136629F0758.jpeg
    346.1 KB · Views: 265
  • FEB535D8-4C3D-4FA5-979A-CB3357D54417.jpeg
    FEB535D8-4C3D-4FA5-979A-CB3357D54417.jpeg
    441.4 KB · Views: 262
  • 133E2227-84FA-41CD-A839-CF66999C28A2.jpeg
    133E2227-84FA-41CD-A839-CF66999C28A2.jpeg
    640.2 KB · Views: 283
  • 0D52B030-BF6F-40C9-975B-0B2059C98212.jpeg
    0D52B030-BF6F-40C9-975B-0B2059C98212.jpeg
    456.5 KB · Views: 267
  • 26EB30B9-B8F3-4D5A-BF42-3AEBDE0E0046.jpeg
    26EB30B9-B8F3-4D5A-BF42-3AEBDE0E0046.jpeg
    474 KB · Views: 272
  • 07878006-BF05-48F3-BB7B-8E260434333E.jpeg
    07878006-BF05-48F3-BB7B-8E260434333E.jpeg
    304.8 KB · Views: 175
Last edited:

68gtscode

Well-Known Member
Established Member
Joined
Apr 4, 2008
Messages
1,533
Location
Cleveland, OH
Wow, this appears to be an extremely nice, well-built GT500... L&M is top-notch, etc. On that note, it might be worth mentioning whether L&M sleeved the block (I assume so since it has a billet crank). Sleeves are an expensive option but would provide good piece of mind at this power level.

Good luck with the sale OP! I do think you're somewhat crazy to sell the car given the cost to build it!
 

gimmie11s

Brad's illegitimate love child. Mom was awesome.
Established Member
Premium Member
Joined
Jun 1, 2004
Messages
16,586
Location
so cal
Nice car...

She made 1002 on an engine dyno or chassis dyno (WHP)?
 

68gtscode

Well-Known Member
Established Member
Joined
Apr 4, 2008
Messages
1,533
Location
Cleveland, OH
^ I was thinking on this car and did a bit of searching to see what I could find. See post #312 in the following thread... It appears a chassis dyno. I read in other threads that the OP had an MPR engine prior and was making in the 800s rw.

 

Cornfed Shelby

Member
Established Member
Joined
Aug 16, 2018
Messages
37
Location
Seaford Delaware
Numbers are what they are. When i got the car, it had a MPR. I stepped it up with the best of what L&M offered. They are closer to Delaware where i am, If you had them build the motor today it would be just shy of 50 grand. No expense was spared. The crank alone is 6000 balanced. ( No crank falling in the floor lol)

You can turn it to what ever hp the Fuel octane you give it will allow.

800 was gas. 950 ish mpr made with e90.

But as i said it just a number.

Its a beautiful car. Thats awesome to drive!
 

68gtscode

Well-Known Member
Established Member
Joined
Apr 4, 2008
Messages
1,533
Location
Cleveland, OH
Your car is amazing and I’d love to have it. I experienced and engine failure with my Coyote and am about to pull the trigger on a new engine… I have been considering options including buying your car and parting mine out.
 

Users who are viewing this thread



Top