Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1967 Ford
Mustang "Shelby GT500A Tribute" Fastback. The Mustang has been a
phenomenon since its introduction in 1964. Considered Fords longest
running production car as the nameplate is still used today. With
over one million units sold in the first two years the Mustang is
truly an American success story. Leading competitors were quick to
get into the pony car craze including the Chevrolet Camaro, Pontiac
Firebird and AMC Javelin. This 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500A
Tribute fastback started its life as a 390-4V fastback. Transformed
into a Ford FE 428 CID block code C6ME V-8 with Cobra Jet aluminum
heads and Hooker Super-comp long tube ceramic coated headers. The
engine is connected to a C6 automatic transmission with 2000 stall.
Power steering and power brakes make makes this Mustang an
enjoyable ride. Torq Thrust polished aluminum black chromed wheels
add a finishing touch to one gorgeous car. This Shelby Tribute is
painted in beautiful black cherry with red meatal flake accented by
a completely re-done black interior. Features include Autometer
dash gauges, AM/Fm radio w/ IPOD connection, 10" subwoofer in
trunk, fold down rear seat, wood steering wheel, dual outside
mirrors and sequential taillights. Do not let this 1967 Mustang
Shelby GT500A Tribute Fastback get away. A real head turner that
inevitably be gone before you have a chance to take second look.
1967 Shelby GT500
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