(9 photos of a 1967 Brittany Blue Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) This Brittany Blue 1967 Shelby GT-500 was our featured Attitude Of The Week for 9-2-07. This one has functional side brake scoops and the awesome factory 428 interceptor engine. See those roll bars, they came installed from the factory.|
(4 photos of a 1967 Brittany Blue Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) Brittany Blue 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-500 fastback originally with a 350hp, 428 cubic inch, 4 barrel, Police Interceptor V8 engine. It has been rebuilt with a Lemans crank and rods to dyno out at 458hp.
(3 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) Candy Apple Red 1967 Shelby GT500 fastback owned by Shaun Fitzgerald from Harmony, Pennsylvania. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting December 29, 2013. Shaun shares, "Shelby #258 was built at Ford's San Jose California plant on December 9, 1966. It was sold by JD Ball Ford in Miami on January 18, 1967. The car remained in Miami until 1986. I have owned it since 1997. The Shelby was an original painted Lime Gold Metallic and equipped with a 428 Police Interceptor. The car was painted red and the 427 installed in 1985. Additional details about the car at www.shelby258.com"
(2 photos of a 1967 Raven Black Mustang Shelby GT-500 Custom Fastback) Custom 1967 Shelby GT500 fastback from 2007 SEMA. Photographed by Wes Ames.
(14 photos of a 1967 Wimbledon White Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) Wimbledon White 1967 Shelby GT-500 fastback with blue stripes and a black interior. The hood pins assure that the lid stays down when the big 428ci Police Interceptor V8 with dual 4-barrel carburetors is running!
(1 photo of a 1967 Dark Blue Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) A beautiful Dark Blue 1967 Shelby GT500 Mustang fastback with white over the top stripes, and grille centered fog lamps. The Ford paint code for Dark Blue is M1903 which is the same as the 1967 K-code Nightmist Blue standard Mustang color.
(5 photos of a 1967 Dark Moss Green Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) Dark Moss Green 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-500 fastback with white Shelby stripes and a black interior. It has the 428ci engine, 4-speed manual transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, folding rear seat, shoulder harnesses, factory roll cage, inboard headlights, AM radio, and Kelsey Hayes 5-spoke wheels.
(4 photos of a 1967 Acapulco Blue Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) Acapulco Blue 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-500 fastback with an manual transmission and a black interior. This one has white racing stripes and the big 428ci V8 engine.
(8 photos of a 1967 Pepper Gray Mustang Shelby GT-500 Eleanor Fastback) The is one of the actual Pepper Gray 1967 Shelby GT-500 Eleanor movie cars from the 2000 movie Gone in 60 seconds remake staring Nicolas Cage. The car was designed by Steve Stanford (Hot Rod illustrator) and Chip Foose. It was built by Cinema Vehicle Services (CVS). CVS built a total of 13 Eleanors. The 12 used in the movie shoots were built from regular (non Shelby) 1967 Mustang fastbacks. The 13th Eleanor was built for the movie producer from a real GT500.
(5 photos of a 1967 Acapulco Blue Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback) This is a real 1967 Mustang Shelby GT500. It has has a 428ci V8 under the hood, Shelby front end and grille with fog lamps, Shelby rear wing, side scoops, Shelby wheels and Shelby interior. I photographed this car at the 2010 MCA Grand Nationals held in Bellevue, Washington, just down the street from where I live.
(1 photo of a 1967 Brittany Blue Mustang Shelby GT-500 Fastback Advertisement) This magazine ad features a Red 1967 Mustang GT fastback and a Brittany Blue 1967 Shelby GT-500 fastback. Which would you pick?
(4 photos of a 1967 Wimbledon White Mustang Shelby GT-500 Super Snake Fastback) This is a one-off Wimbledon White 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-500 Super Snake prototype car. It was built by Shelby with the intentions of building more. But... it would be too expensive (2x that of the normal Shelby, and more than the 427 Cobra) for the public to purchase, so they only built one. This Shelby was placed on eBay back in 2008 for $3M, but did not sell. It did, however, sell in 2013 for $1.3M at a Mecum auction. (Photos are from Mecum). Why was it built? Many reasons. The GT500 was outselling the GT350 and Goodyear wanted a high speed event to advertise its new Thunderbolt tires. The engine was a 600hp 427ci from the GT40. The fog lights have special chrome surrounds and the blue LeMans stripes are unique.
(2 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-500 Hardtop) This is a rare one. It's a 1967 Mustang Shelby GT-500 hardtop! It was the first and only one built by Shelby - called "Little Red". Although more 1967 hardtops where built by Shelby, it was the inspiration for the 1968 California Special. This GT-500 had twin Paxton Superchargers on a 428ci engine. It is reported to have been crushed as most prototypes were.
(1 photos of a 1967 Candy Apple Red Mustang Shelby GT-500 Convertible) Here is a super rare Mustang. Only one built! It's a Candyapple Red 1967 Shelby GT-500 convertible. It's owned by Samantha and Brian Styles from Delray Beach, Florida. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 1, 2015. It has a 428ci V8 "Interceptor" engine and an automatic transmission. Shelby had intended to offer the GT350 and GT500 in all three body styles - six in all. Brian adds, "We just gained access to the Ford Special Orders (DSOs) and they confirm that Shelby American even went so far as to create "package" codes for each type of car. The convertible was package code "413C", meaning a GT500, Auto, AC, Smog, Convertible Body. Carroll claimed the convertible as his own personal car. About 4 months later, the car was needed for a new task. It was used to bolt on the A.O. Smith built '68 styled fiberglass designed by Ford. It was essentially disguised as a '68 for the purpose of taking photos -- a lot of photos. A couple Shelby employees referred to the car in the stage as a "68 styling proto," though there was actually nothing prototype about it. Nothing more than a model putting on a new dress for her walk down the runway." Check out the www.1967shelbyconvertible.com website for more information.