The Laguna Seca Version was unusual and track-targeted, with more brake cooling ducts, a Torsen minimal-slip differential, an aggressive front splitter, and R-compound rubber wrapped about gray-painted 19-inch alloy wheels. Recaro seats with “Boss 302” embroidery and a rear-seat deletion gave the auto a one of a kind inside really feel, as did the cross-auto X brace for added stiffness. The 2013 product featured Sterling Gray accents, a redesigned grille, and LED daytime managing lights. Just 750 ended up created, with only 501 putting on a black paint work with matte silver stripes.
This pristine example – with just one,956 miles on the clock – could be yours for just $fifty eight,500 – a shade significantly less than the foundation value of a 2020 Shelby GT350.