Classic Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 1967

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Are classic cars that are impossible not to love. They know almost everything, even people far from the machine. And one of these models is the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 1967 release. Recall that the Mustang Shelby cars represent a modified version of the Ford Mustang, modified by specialists of Shelby American, founded by an American racer Carroll Shelby.
The first of the Mustang Shelby appeared in 1965 – he was named GT350, and after a couple of years saw the light of a more powerful Shelby GT500 67, which to this day lusting motorists around the world, and the cost of copies in good condition may exceed one hundred thousand dollars. From a basic version of the Mustang Shelby GT500 1967 compares favorably not only more powerful engine, but also looks with aggressive front end design, hood with air intake on the center, extended wings and other wheels.
The most popular Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Eleanor 1967, became world famous thanks to the film “Gone in 60 Seconds” (Gone In 60 Seconds) with Nicolas Cage.
His nickname Eleanor car got the plot of the original film, which was filmed in 1974. In order not to attract undue attention, hijackers assigned to each vehicle female names. However, originally named Eleanor Ford Mustang 1973, but in the remake of 2000 this role went to Shelby GT500 1967. After the 1970 release of the Shelby Mustang has been terminated, but in 2006, the story will be continued. At the auto show in New York was presented Shelby GT-H-based Ford Mustang 5 generations, and a year later, the world saw a modern version of the revived Ford Shelby GT500.

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