Starting with a rust-free fastback body, this 1967 Mustang GT350
re-creation was stripped to bare metal before its full restoration
began. This re-creation features laser-straight body with tight
door gaps, chrome and trim, as well as a fiberglass hood, along
with the Shelby signature on glove box. It's powered by a built
289ci 8-cylinder engine equipped with Edelbrock aluminum heads,
intake and carburetor, backed by a smooth-shifting C4 automatic
transmission. This car includes a Deluxe Marti Report stating it
left the San Jose factory with options such as a deluxe steering
wheel, console, power disc brakes, power steering, AM/8-track
radio, tachometer and trip odometer. It starts, runs and drives
well; everything works.
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