Ford Mustang Shelby G.T.500CR


Car-ID: XT0353
Model, Body type:
Engine Power:
6,391 CCM (185 KW / 252 BHP)
Manual transmission
200 mls

Vehicle Description

MLADEN PETRIC, HSV-Soccer-Professional boy’s dream comes true!

This powerful “Pony” is a complete restoration based on an original 1967 Mustang Fastback. It was built by Classic Recreations, a partner and licensee for Carroll Shelby located in Yukon, Oklahoma, U.S.
The Classic G.T.500CR offers remarkable performance and modern technology along with the classic style and feel of the original Shelby GT500.
– 200 mls odometer reading only since restoration (no warranty, GPS Tracking in the U.S.)
– grey-metallic paint and black leather interior
– 6.4 litre V8 engine
– Rare 5-Speed Manual Transmission
– Side pipe exhaust system and disc brakes
– Deluxe 1967 Door Panels
– Deluxe 1967 Dash and Trim
– Carroll Shelby G.T.500CR Console
– Carroll Shelby G.T.500CR Floormats
– Carrol Shelby Signature Seats
– Woodgrain Aluminium Steering wheel
– 5 Point Camlock Seatbelts
– Air conditioning
– Retro Style Radio

Carroll Shelby was a successful car racer in the 1950s. In 1959, he won the 24-hour race at Le Mans in an Aston Martin. After retiring from racing for health reasons, he focussed on importing the AC Cobra into the US, which he equipped with Ford V8 engines. When Ford manager Lee Iacocca asked him to create a high-performance variant of the Ford Mustang, the Shelby Mustang was born. In the first model years, 1965 to 1966, it was basically a street-legal race car: Standard Mustangs were given upgraded suspension and brakes, an increased power output, and body modifications including a lightweight fibreglass bonnet with scoops. The back seat was omitted. For the 1967 model year, Ford had redesigned the Mustang which thereby grew larger and heavier. Shelby made the best of the new challenge by inserting a big block V8 with 428 cui (7.0 litres) of displacement into what became the GT 500, although the GT 350 continued to be offered. With power steering and brakes, the cars lost some of their racing car traits, but were more comfortable to drive. Production was moved from Los Angeles to Ionia in 1967, with Ford effectively taking control. Shelby Mustangs were built until 1969, with some cars reserialized as 1970 models.

Vehicle Overview

Interior Features

  • Black
  • Leather

Exterior Features

  • Grey
  • Metallic

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