And they probably won't make them like this much longer.
Story and Photography: Will Sabel Courtney
Note: 2013 model pictured
When I was making a list of eight alternate sports cars you could buy for the same $65,500 it’d cost to buy the perfect 2014 Corvette Stingray, I touched on competitors from Dodge, Porsche, even a Ferrari—but somehow, I missed out on this car. A fact that became brutally obvious the moment I pulled out the window sticker tucked into the glovebox of the 2014 Shelby GT500 and looked at the pricetag: $65,470. And it set me to thinking: Honestly, if I had $65,500 to spend on a new car, today, which would I buy? The Corvette, or the Mustang?