1967 Shelby GT500

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Dragonkarr
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1967 Shelby GT500

Post by Dragonkarr » Sun 08 Apr 2012, 16:04

Definitely the prettiest Fords out there :D I disapprove of an auto 'box in such a car, though. Price is POA
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Re: 1967 Shelby GT500

Post by Dragonkarr » Sun 08 Apr 2012, 16:04

Smile and wave, boys; just smile and wave...

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Re: 1967 Shelby GT500

Post by Burnthosetyres » Sun 08 Apr 2012, 19:19

Sadly with Eleanor's or GT Clones the million dollar question is who built it? The mass-produced ones not worth the million rand price tag. These days also no longer unique....
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Re: 1967 Shelby GT500

Post by mustang460 » Sun 08 Apr 2012, 20:10

Bwhahahaha ! their listing it as front wheel drive !!
idjits !!
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Re: 1967 Shelby GT500

Post by Dragonkarr » Mon 09 Apr 2012, 08:09

I only just noticed the FWD... :lol: Oh dear...
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Re: 1967 Shelby GT500

Post by ZA Perana » Mon 09 Apr 2012, 17:12

Dragonkarr wrote:I only just noticed the FWD... :lol: Oh dear...
Random fact a 4 wheel drive Mustang was built back in the 60's...
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Re: 1967 Shelby GT500

Post by 72XYGT » Mon 09 Apr 2012, 20:18

ZA Perana wrote:
Dragonkarr wrote:I only just noticed the FWD... :lol: Oh dear...
Random fact a 4 wheel drive Mustang was built back in the 60's...

What are you telling me...???

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Re: 1967 Shelby GT500

Post by mustang460 » Mon 09 Apr 2012, 20:38

turns out 3 of them were build
http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1070 ... 65-mustang

"In 1965, Harry Ferguson Research built three 1965 Ford Mustang 4WD prototypes, in an effort to convince Ford (and others) of the value of driving all four wheels. Ferguson was confident in its engineering, as the company had built a race-winning 4WD Formula 1 car for the 1960 season, and the Ferguson Formula 4WD system used on the Mustangs later saw production in the Jensen FF.

To call this particular Ford Mustang rare is more than a minor understatement. Only three examples were ever built"

read the whole story in the link
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