The Ford Shelby Cobra Mustang GT500 was one of those cars built when gas was cheap, federal regulations were not in place, and you can literally buy these gas-guzzlers and cars with stomach-churning horsepower straight from the showroom floor.
The '67 GT5000 came with options like factory air and power steering, a wood-rim Shelby wheel, and 132 max speed. The brakes were power-assisted as well as the steering which made the once rough-riding older Shelby easier to drive. The interior was offered in black and parchment colors with Stewart-Warner oil, amp gauges, and a tachometer coming as standard.
1967 Shelby GT500
This car is not a genuine Shelby GT500 but a movie creation made specially for the movie Gone in 60 Seconds. But hey! They cost a cool $149,000 just for the basic model.
Production 2,048 (1967)
Transmission Four-speed manual or three-speed automatic.
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