Associate Online Editor
March 8, 2018
Rich Krabbe from South Carolina has always wanted a Shelby, but he could never find one that he was extremely interested in. That is, until he stumbled across this Shelby GT350 in Competition Orange, a demo with very few miles. At first he wasn’t planning on modifying a thing until he attended a SCCA road race in his area. Seeing other Mustangs jamming on the road course gave Krabbe the mod bug, and soon he found himself ordering suspension parts that would complement road racing. He started off with a set of Eibach Pro Series lowering springs, SR Performance vertical links and adjustable rear toe links, and Whiteline front and rear sway bar links. Next he installed a set of Steeda chassis braces, including a front cradle brace. Engine is stock besides an SCT tuner, a K&N filter, and a Corsa double-helix X-pipe for better breathing. On the exterior, Krabbe installed MMD quarter glass fillers and custom-painted MMD rear window louvers.