You know the feeling. The feeling that everyone is looking at you; not in a “you got ketchup on your chin way”... in a “I wish that was my car” way. Heads turning and thumbs pointed up means that they will want this car but you’ll be the one in the driver’s seat...you lucky dog.
All those conversations started by onlookers at a red light, all those moments where you roll down the windows, breathing in the ocean breeze on Highway 1 while feeling the wind in your hair...those can be yours with this 1967 Shelby Mustang Tribute. Bask in the subtle yet nostalgic scent of the gasoline coursing through your new 351 Holley carburetor and transmission. Feel the new power steering pulsing through your hands on a Shelby racing steering wheel. Picture that scene of you looking in that antique side mirror, flipping that unique chrome turn signal and saying, “yeah...I’m getting in your lane…..” burning rubber past everyone in a new set of tires and classic Cragars.
If people don’t HEAR you coming….they’ll SEE you coming. In true Shelby tribute form, this beauty comes in a Shelby blue with racing stripes...because how else would you paint a Shelby? People will see that Cobra winking at them from a mile away and wish that they could be bitten. But you’re in control now. You have the power. The power to change gears and turn heads.
This baby has less than 600 miles on her...where are you going to take her next?
**NOTE: RECEIPTS FOR REPAIR WORK AND VEHICLE UPDATES AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST**
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