Purists believe the height of the Ford Mustang begins and ends with the 1965 GT 350. While it was a true powerhouse of a workhorse, the ’65 GT 350 was built for racing, not comfort, and the average consumer wasn’t actually racing that often. As Ford made some changes, the 1967 Shelby GT 500 emerged as what many believe to be the most popular Mustang of all time. Take a trip down memory lane with this fascinating look at one of the meanest muscle cars in American history.
1967 Shelby GT500 With 427 Side Oiler V8 Is Still The Perfect Muscle Car
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