Joined: Feb 2011
Location: Western MA
Low miles on the 2011 is a good thing. Also, if it is a Ford Certified Used car it should have a drive-train warranty up to 100,000 miles. My 2012 ran really well. I drove it for 15,000 miles before I traded it for my current GT500. I drove the 2012 everyday in New England. What made the car better for me was eliminating the skip shift (easy fix) and replaced the shifter busing and shifter. I'm not big on modding any car, but this really helped. A functional mod that actually makes the car better is a good thing. You can probably talk them down to maybe $19,800. They still make a little on the trade-in and you get it for under $20,000.
2014 Shelby GT500:Delivered 4/3/13, Black/Black stripes/Black interior, SVT Track Package, SVT Performance Package, JLT Oil Seperator, FRPP Resonator Delete, Syntha Max blue air filter, Revan Racing shifter bushing, Michelin PSS tires, Lloyd GT500 mats, and yes the stock Shelby seats.