Auction Block: 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500

Aug 15, 2018

Category: Rides

The Ford Mustang was the king of pony cars, second to none. And while it was plenty impressive off-the-lot, Carroll Shelby and his tuning team managed to make it even better. Perhaps the pinnacle of Shelby’s work, however, could be found in the GT500. And now, a pristine 1967 year model is up for sale.

Already an incredible motor vehicle, this particular example gets big bonus points for its Raven Black paint job. In shockingly immaculate condition, this Shelby Mustang has a 355-horsepower V8 engine under the hood – giving it a top speed approaching 130 mph and a 0-60 time of 5.7 seconds. Its performance and superb exterior are matched by an all-black upholstery job with a contrasting wooden steering wheel and raw metal dash. Truly one of the most beautiful Shelby GT500s we’ve ever come across, this one can be yours for $203,136.

Purchase: $203,136+

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