The Shelby Mustang GT350 Coupe 1967 is a modern rendition of the classic American muscle car. Its distinct exterior design is what sets it apart from other classic Mustangs, with its signature Shelby racing stripes, hood scoop and side scoop. Its sleeker aesthetics are highlighted by its lighter body and refined suspension. A deep blue exterior finish tastefully compliments its white racing stripes, adding an elegance to its dangerous performance. Under the hood youll find the 4.7 liter version of the well known Ford V8 engine. This mighty powertrain produces an impressive 355 horsepower and 369 lb-ft of torque. It is connected to a 4-speed manual transmission, making it easier for the driver to control the GT350s power. In addition to the powertrain, the GT350 has a number of features, including ventilated disc brakes, rack and pinion steering, power steering and sport suspension. The interior of the GT350 is both comfortable and stylish, featuring a luxurious interior with leather bolstered bucket seats and luxurious Shelby touches such as the signature chrome trim. A powerful sounding audio system, including FM and AM radio, adds to the driving pleasure. The dashboard is well laid out with easy to read dials and knobs for controlling the cars various systems. The 1967 Shelby Mustang GT350 Coupe is an iconic classic which marks a significant stepping stone in the history of the Mustang. Its sleek looks, powerful engine and comfortable interior make it a car that any enthusiast will be proud to own.
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