This is how it looks an all original 67 Shelby GT500, a true survivor muscle car that has been kept in excellent shape for more than 50 years. Everything on this Mustang is original, 31k original miles, the body paint, the interior, the engine, even the transmission. And if you ever ask yourself how should looks one true survivor car, this ‘67 Shelby Mustang GT500 is the answer.
This 67 Shelby GT500, was sold brand new in Denver, Colorado. The last time this Mustang had legal registration was in 81, and since ‘86, this completely stunning survivor Shelby Mustang GT500 was put on jack stands and never driven again. For more than 30 years this car was in hibernation, and this kind of survivor car example is one in a million, something that is considered a “Holy Grail” among Shelbi enthusiasts and collectors.
Under the hood of this 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 Fastback, there is Ford’s 428 cubic-inch, 7.0-liter big-block Police Interceptor V8 engine. With a 4-bbl carburetor, the engine produces 335 horsepower and 440 lb.-ft. of torque, and is bolted to a 4-speed manual transmission. Also, this GT500 is equipped with power brakes, power steering, Shelby 10-spoke 15-inch wheels wrapped with a set of Goodyear Wide Tread GT tires.