1967 SHELBY GT 500:
--Nightmist Blue with White Le Mans racing stripes, Parchment leather interior, Beige carpeting, Listed in the Shelby registry, One of Just 2,048 GT500s Built for 1967, Restored, 427ci V8 side oiler engine, 5-Speed manual gearbox, Upgraded brakes and suspension, Well-known collector ownership, Limited mileage since restoration.
The 1967 GT 500 is one of America's most iconic muscle cars. According to the Shelby American Registry, this GT 500 was completed April 22nd, 1967 and shipped to Wood-Larkin Shelby in Toronto, Canada.
This GT500 was the recipient of a complete rotisserie restoration in the mid-2000s. During the restoration, several upgrades were fitted to make this Shelby more enjoyable for modern day driving pleasure while keeping an original look. A side oiler 427ci V8 with twin Holley carbs was installed mated to a Tremec 5-speed manual gearbox. Further upgrades include MSD distributor ignition, Vintage Air Conditioning, Custom Stainless exhaust, Total Control Products suspension and chassis stiffeners, Limited Slip rear end, Baer brakes floating brake system, Sequential tail lights and Boyd Coddington Billet Aluminum Smoothy II wheels. Lastly, the stereo head unit was upgraded to a modern unit. Originally Lime Gold, this GT500 was restored to Nightmist Blue with White Le Mans racing stripes. It is trimmed in full leather Parchment interior with perforated seating. An enormous amount of money was spent on this build, we recommend watching the video links for walk around, road test and drive by. This Shelby GT500 is in concours condition, well sorted and cannot be duplicated for anywhere near its asking price.
Recent servicing includes all fluids, new battery, new rubber trim and new Michelin Pilot Sport 4S tires.
A wonderful example of classic American muscle, this GT 500 is ready to be thoroughly enjoyed by its next muscle car enthusiast.