This 1967 Shelby GT500 is a purpose built road racer that is street
legal and nice enough to be featured in a magazine. Drive to the
track, race, and drive home, just like American Muscle cars owners
in the 1960's!This GT500's original block was replaced by another
FE block with Cobra Jet rods and crankshaft, ARP studs and bolts,
Edelbrock aluminum heads, Harland Sharp roller rockers, Comp Cams
camshaft, Iskendarian ('Isky") pushrods, and stock
pistons. The engine is mated with a correct Toploader 4 speed with
a Hurst shifter that sends power to the Detroit Locker differential
via an aluminum drive shaft. The '67 Shelby also includes a Canton
8 quart road race oil pan, McLeod aluminum flywheel, FuelSafe fuel
cell, FPA Tri-Y headers, and more. Suspension upgrades include;
Wilwood 4 wheel disc brakes, upper and lower control arms, springs,
front sway bars and Total Control's strut rods and Koni
shocks.Vintage 16x8 wheels are shod with Hoosier race rubber and in
the cock pit, you'll find all the required safety equipment, roll
cage, seat belts and shoulder harnesses. Autometer gauges and a
race seat are also installed. If you're looking for a street beast
that is also at home on the track, this 1967 Shelby GT 500 is
perfect. To build it today, comparably equipped, you could easily
spend over $200K. This Shelby is originally from Washington State
but is now located in Massachusetts....
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