SHELBY GT 350 Member
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Central Massachusetts
I'd start with the basics like fluid changes, air filter, belts, check hoses, and yeah new tires are probably a good idea, even though you can probably get away with the old ones.
Scan the threads in this forum to get some idea of the common issues to watch out for.
Since it has such low mileage I assume it was a garage queen so they are probably clean -- but I'd clean the cowl drain vents on the firewall to prevent water from building up in there, before you leave it out in the rain.
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