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Auction Block: 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500

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Apr 25, 2019

Category: Rides

Carroll Shelby’s pony cars are legendary rides with plenty of bark and monstrous power to match. However, the 1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500, which is the first model built in the GT500 range, is arguably Carroll Shelby and his team’s masterpiece. This particular 1967 Shelby with a brute black paint job is looking for a lucky driver to unleash its power on the open road.

The GT500 you see here has a date-code-correct 428ci Police Interceptor engine with original BJBK carburetors and a factory 2×4 medium riser aluminum intake. Inspecting what’s under the hood further, you’ll find plenty of rare original parts, including an original cookie cutter oil fit cap, valve covers, dual point distributor, and radiator. Step inside and you’ll find the interior to be well-kept and in exceptional shape. This highly original American muscle classic could be yours if you’re willing to go the distance with your funds to obtain it.

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