Two days after Christmas of 1966, a Moss Green fastback rolled off the Ford San Jose assembly line destined for Shelby''s California plant. Less than three months later the new Shelby GT500 was shipped to its original selling dealer Hemphill-McCombs Ford in San Antonio Texas. As with all ''67 Shelby GT500''s this particular car was well equipped including power steering, power front disc brakes, tach, extra cooling package and the fold down rear seat, just as the car still presents today. The car has been very well restored and continues to show well right down to the correct 428 Dual Quad motor. The contrasting appearance of the dark Moss Green paint with white Shelby side striping complemented by the MagStar wheels give the car a great look. This car also comes with complete documentation in the form of a Deluxe Marti Report and also listed in the Shelby World Registry. 1967 was the last year that Shelby himself was in charge of building the Shelby GT Mustangs and the first year for the big block GT500 model. This makes them among the most desirable muscle cars for collectors and enthusiasts of both the Mustang and Shelby brands. Here is a fantastic opportunity to acquire a quality example with excellent provenance and documentation to be enjoyed for years to come.
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