Shelby GT350 and GT350R Production Numbers break down by exterior color and stripe options

The Shelby GT350 was first produced back in 1965 through Shelby American. It has been re-introduced several times throughout the years. We have aggregated data from the 2015 – 2018 Shelby GT350 and GT350R model years. Below you will find tables that show production numbers by exterior color and stripe options. As time goes on, we are trying to get images of each Shelby GT350 and GT350R exterior color and stripe option to include as an additional resource for you all. If you own a Shelby GT350 / R and would like to share your images with us, please send your images to [email protected]

2015 Shelby GT350 & GT350R Production Numbers

2016 Shelby GT350 & GT350R Production Numbers

2017 Shelby GT350 & GT350R Production Numbers

2018 Shelby GT350 & GT350R Production Numbers

2019 Shelby GT350 & GT350R Production Numbers

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  • BILL GROVES says:

    Its a shame there isn’t additionally the w/black painted roof option broken out against base color & stripe combos since it is an ordered paint option premium. They’ll likely publish figures of base color with the roof option but then you lose stripe y/n and stripe color differentiator.

  • David says:

    Any news on final 2020 GT350 numbers?

    • Not yet, we will share them as soon as we can.

      • Rinku Dhawan says:

        Great forum, great knowledge and information. I’m a newcomer to the Mustang gt500 line, but after months of research and eliminating potential brands, I’ve centered upon the 2020 gt500, and am extremely close to purchase. I read that approximately 5000 units were produced for 2020 (?) I see someone asked about the color data for the gt500 , still to come; would it be within the ballpark to extrapolate and approximate the above gt350 data per color and percentages of total onto the gt500?
        I’d appreciate any direct correspondence regarding color ways, popularity, and future collector resale.
        Continue the great work,

        Rinku Dhawan
        [email protected]

  • Doug lilly says:

    When will Ford tell us the numbers made in 2020? I own a Wimbledon white R

  • Jeremy McCutcheon says:

    I have a 2017 GT350 Avalanche Grey with blue stripes. I don’t see that combination on the breakdown. Do you know if there is anyway to find the production numbers on that combination?

  • Doug lilly says:

    The highest number I’ve seen on a 2020 Gt350r is chassis # 360

    • JT says:

      Hello all, own a few Shelby’s newcomer to the car in the last few years but fell in love, I have a 2013 GT500, and a 2020 Shelby Signature Series, today I bought a 2020 GT350r, I can not for the life of me find production numbers. Anyone have any luck? Also, the car I bought today is a Heritage Edition. Hopefully one day it will be worth all the hard work!

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