This 1967 GT500 Convertible clone is a nicely restored car that was driven daily by the last owner when the weather permitted. It’s fun, fast, and turns heads wherever you go!
The suspension uses a Mustang II style front clip with tubular control arms and coil over shocks. Out back, the car uses leafs and standard shocks. Bringing this killer driving car to a stop is a set of Baer Brakes on all 4 corners fed by a power master unit. The wheels are 18” American Racing wheels, and the tires are modern Hankooks. The car has a great looking stance and a very smooth ride on the street.
The interior features a set of 5” Autometer gauges, which accurately display all of the Mustang’s vitals. The brushed steering column has the tilt function and the steering wheel is a reproduction of the original GT 500 Shelby set up. The interior features all reproduction covers and new carpeting as well, and looks sharp, and very clean. The stereo is a Retro Sound unit that’s powerful enough to have good clarity when the top is down. Keeping things cool is a modern AC unit that make hot weather driving a pleasure.
The motor is the mighty 460 with an Edelbrock intake, 6A box, Blaster coil, and Pro Billet distributor. This torquey beast of a motor exhales through a set of coated headers and aluminized exhaust pipes which produce a crisp exhaust note out the side pipes. The transmission is a tried and true C6, and outback you’ll see a 9” rear end. Keeping the motor cool is an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans.
For the Mustang enthusiast looking for a nice blend of classic style with some modern upgrades, this car is a riot.