The 1967 Shelby GT500 Eleanor Coupe is a classic muscle car from the golden era of American car culture. With its sleek silhouette, flared fenders, and iconic stripe package, the Eleanor was designed for maximum performance: a powerful 428 cubic-inch V8 engine and 4-speed gearbox with close-ratio first and second gears. It could reach 60 mph in 6.3 seconds and tackle quarter mile runs in just 14.5 seconds. This car is a real head-turner, especially with its signature side pipes, white paint, and black racing stripes. The interior is reminiscent of a racecar, featuring a wood-grain three spoke steering wheel, roll-bar, and a full instrument cluster. It may have been built in 1967, but to own the Shelby GT500 Eleanor Coupe was to own the epitome of style and performance.
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