July 22, 2018

Ford “Ole Yeller” Mustang Shelby GT350

The sixth-generation was unveiled in December 2013 and went on sale for the 2015 model year. The redesigned is a significant departure from its predecessor, being the first to feature an independent rear suspension, among many other modern features. The new is also the first that’s sold globally, and the first to receive a right-hand drive version from the factory. Also, it’s the first Mustang since the third-generation car to feature a turbocharged, four-cylinder engine.

Much like its predecessor, the sixth-gen Mustang spawned many and higher-performance models in its first couple of years on the market. One such model is the “Ole Yeller.” Created to benefit the Experimental Aircraft Association’s youth education events, this is a one-off based on the The ninth aviation-inspired Mustang built by Ford for the EEA since 2008, the “Ole Yeller” pays homage to the P-51D Mustang aircraft with the same name. One of the most recognizable planes in the world, the “Ole Yeller” still holds the prop plane record for coast-to-coast travel at five hours and 20 minutes, set in 1985.

The unique GT350 is also a tribute to R. A. “Bob” Hoover, who is widely considered the founding father of modern aerobatics and thrilled airshow fans piloting “Ole Yeller” for more than 20 years. In 1997, Hoover sold “Ole Yeller,” but the plane still flies frequently and is based at the Legacy Flight Museum in Rexburg, Idaho.

The “Ole Yeller” GT350 will be donated and sold via auction at the Gathering of Eagles charity event on July 28 at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016. All proceeds will benefit EAA’s youth education programs, including the Young Eagles, which has provided free introductory flights to two million young people since 1992.

Continue reading to learn more about the Ford “Ole Yeller” Mustang Shelby GT350.


Ford “Ole Yeller” Mustang Shelby GT350

The sixth-generation was unveiled in December 2013 and went on sale for the 2015 model year. The redesigned is a significant departure from its predecessor, being the first to feature an independent rear suspension, among many other modern features. The new is also the first that’s sold globally, and the first to receive a right-hand drive version from the factory. Also, it’s the first Mustang since the third-generation car to feature a turbocharged, four-cylinder engine.

Much like its predecessor, the sixth-gen Mustang spawned many and higher-performance models in its first couple of years on the market. One such model is the “Ole Yeller.” Created to benefit the Experimental Aircraft Association’s youth education events, this is a one-off based on the The ninth aviation-inspired Mustang built by Ford for the EEA since 2008, the “Ole Yeller” pays homage to the P-51D Mustang aircraft with the same name. One of the most recognizable planes in the world, the “Ole Yeller” still holds the prop plane record for coast-to-coast travel at five hours and 20 minutes, set in 1985.

The unique GT350 is also a tribute to R. A. “Bob” Hoover, who is widely considered the founding father of modern aerobatics and thrilled airshow fans piloting “Ole Yeller” for more than 20 years. In 1997, Hoover sold “Ole Yeller,” but the plane still flies frequently and is based at the Legacy Flight Museum in Rexburg, Idaho.

The “Ole Yeller” GT350 will be donated and sold via auction at the Gathering of Eagles charity event on July 28 at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2016. All proceeds will benefit EAA’s youth education programs, including the Young Eagles, which has provided free introductory flights to two million young people since 1992.

Continue reading to learn more about the Ford “Ole Yeller” Mustang Shelby GT350.


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Ford “Ole Yeller” Mustang Shelby GT350

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