Used Car of the Day: 2020 Ford Mustang GT350 Heritage Edition

Tim Healey
by Tim Healey

We've had a fair amount of project cars recently, so today we bring you a high-dollar, late-model sports car.

This one is a 2020 Ford Mustang GT350 Heritage Edition.


This one has low mileage -- fewer than 3K on the clock -- and appears to be pretty stock. As well as pretty loaded with options.

Our seller says it's never been tracked, which would obviously mean less wear and tear, but it's also a bit too bad -- I've driven a GT350 (briefly--it was one lap at Road America) and these cars are sweethearts on a track. If I had the kind of money that's generally unavailable to keyboard laborers, I'd buy one and track it occasionally.

If you want to buy one, you can click here to see more about this car. Yes, it has a manual. No, it's not cheap. The asking price is $78,600.

That actually doesn't strike me as that unreasonable for a low-mileage GT350.

This one is based in Louisiana, should you be interested.

[Images: Seller]

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Tim Healey
Tim Healey

Tim Healey grew up around the auto-parts business and has always had a love for cars — his parents joke his first word was “‘Vette”. Despite this, he wanted to pursue a career in sports writing but he ended up falling semi-accidentally into the automotive-journalism industry, first at Consumer Guide Automotive and later at Web2Carz.com. He also worked as an industry analyst at Mintel Group and freelanced for About.com, CarFax, Vehix.com, High Gear Media, Torque News, FutureCar.com, Cars.com, among others, and of course Vertical Scope sites such as AutoGuide.com, Off-Road.com, and HybridCars.com. He’s an urbanite and as such, doesn’t need a daily driver, but if he had one, it would be compact, sporty, and have a manual transmission.

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  • El scotto El scotto on Jul 01, 2024
    Tassos, Tassos; what are we gonna do with you? For the 1965 model year Ford figured out that a big engine in a small, inexpensive car will sell like crazy. Yeah, I had a Hi-po '67 GT convertible. Then an 87 5.0 GT convertible. Then Mercedes figured out you can put a big engine in a small car and expect people to pay exorbitant amounts of money for one. Now an S6 or C63 is a darn fine ride and kudos to those who own them. Then we get someone like you. It's not European! It doesn't have a Tri-star! Then bench racing occurs at an expensive coffee house often going into the esoteric over butt-raping priced options package. Naw, I'd rather pull into the local mini-mart (I prefer Wawa) with the top down. Grab a large coffee and go on down the road. No one but the mentally deficient or Euro snobs will disdain an American V-8.
  • ToolGuy ToolGuy on Jul 01, 2024
    I don't keep up with all the Mustang trim levels. Is this one electric or does it burn gasoline?
  • SCE to AUX The original Capri was beautiful. The abomination from the 90s was no Capri, and neither is this.It looks good, but too similar to a Polestar. And what's with the whacked price?
  • Rover Sig Absolutely not. Ever.
  • EBFlex No. I buy as little Chinese products as possible.
  • John "...often in a state of complete disarray on the roads" What does that mean? Many examples in poor repair? Talk about awful writing.
  • Varezhka Saving sedans in US or globally? Right now around half of the global sedan sales is in China, just under a quarter in North America, and the remaining quarter distributed around the rest of the world. So for a sedan to stay around they must sell well in both China and North America (BMW, Mercedes, Toyota, Honda) or just extremely well in China (VW/Audi and Nissan). For everyone else, the writing is on the wall. There’s also a niche of subcompact sedans in SE Asia and India but I believe those are being replaced by SUVs too.
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