1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350

Oct 4, 2018

Category: Rides

Ford’s Mustang was an instant classic back in 1965 and a shining example of American muscle. Dipped in ‘Nightmist’ blue with classic white racing stripes, this particular 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 flexes with the best of them.

Treated to a full rotisserie restoration in 2003 by American Classics, this pony car king is a striking piece of machinery. It’s packing its original V-8 engine with 306 horsepower and 329 foot-pounds of torque paired with a 715 CFM Holley carburetor and a Cobra aluminum intake manifold. The vehicle has a fiberglass scooped hood, dual side scoops, ducktail trunk lid, rear-quarter extensions, and a rear panel with horizontal 1967 Cougar tail lights. It’s equipped with Mustang’s Deluxe interior with aluminum trim, an 8,000 RPM in-dash tachometer, and a beautiful wood-rim steering wheel. Although this Shelby Mustang’s competition suspension is standard, it’s enhanced with progressive-rate springs, Gabriel adjustable shock absorbers, and a hefty front sway bar. The price for this classic is available upon request.

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