1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback 428 CI Police interceptor engine


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428 CI Police interceptor engine
Dual 4-barrel carburetors
Cobra LeMans valve covers
Cruise-O-Matic transmission
Power steering
Power brakes
Wimbledon White with Black interior
Model year 1967 was the first year Carroll Shelby called for significant modifications to the Mustang’s exterior design, insisting on a longer nose to differentiate his GTs from the factory cars. Doing so required the use of fiberglass parts that were notoriously ill-fitting, though there’s no evidence of that issue on this car. That year was also the first time Ford redesigned the Mustang, giving it, among other changes, a bigger engine bay to (finally) accommodate a big-block option. While Ford offered its 390, the Shelby American team upped the ante by putting the 428 CI Police Interceptor V-8 in the newly minted brother to the GT350, the GT500.
This car’s original matching-numbers engine—fed by dual 600 CFM carburetors and venting waste gases through a Thermactor exhaust system—is paired with a Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. The Shelby is finished in the popular Wimbledon White/blue stripe color scheme, and the high-beams mounted inboard on the grille indicate it was among the earlier cars built in 1967. Inside, much of the car’s original black bucket-seat interior was retained during its restoration.
1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback 428 CI Police interceptor engine
$ 16,100.00
428 CI Police interceptor engine
Dual 4-barrel carburetors
Cobra LeMans valve covers
Cruise-O-Matic transmission
Power steering
Power brakes
Wimbledon White with Black interior
Model year 1967 was the first year Carroll Shelby called for significant modifications to the Mustang’s exterior design, insisting on a longer nose to differentiate his GTs from the factory cars. Doing so required the use of fiberglass parts that were notoriously ill-fitting, though there’s no evidence of that issue on this car. That year was also the first time Ford redesigned the Mustang, giving it, among other changes, a bigger engine bay to (finally) accommodate a big-block option. While Ford offered its 390, the Shelby American team upped the ante by putting the 428 CI Police Interceptor V-8 in the newly minted brother to the GT350, the GT500.
This car’s original matching-numbers engine—fed by dual 600 CFM carburetors and venting waste gases through a Thermactor exhaust system—is paired with a Toploader 4-speed manual transmission. The Shelby is finished in the popular Wimbledon White/blue stripe color scheme, and the high-beams mounted inboard on the grille indicate it was among the earlier cars built in 1967. Inside, much of the car’s original black bucket-seat interior was retained during its restoration.

Additional information

Make: Ford
Model: Shelby GT500
Type: Fastback
Year: 1967
Doors: 2
Mileage: 16482
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Wimbledon White
Vehicle Identification Number: 67410F4A03139
United States, Indiana, Fort Wayne
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