1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback


1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback

1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback

Ford 1967 Shelby updated their GT350 to include a newely-shaped fiberglass front end that accommodated the production model’s longer front hood. They also fitted twin foglights in the grill, c-panel air scoops and scoops just ahead of the rear wheels.

Inside the cars got a new steering wheel, more gauges and floor mats.

In Detail

tags mustang
submitted by admin
type Series Production Car
built at Los Angeles, California, USA
body stylist Pete Brock, Skeet Kerr
engineers Chuck Cantwell, Ken Miles
production 1175
engine K-code V8
position Front, Longitudinal
aspiration Natural
block material Cast Iron
valvetrain Pushrod OHV, 2 Valves per Cyl
fuel feed 715 Holley Carburetor
displacement 4736 cc / 289 in³
bore 101.60 mm / 4.00 in
stroke 72.90 mm / 2.87 in
power 228.2 kw / 306 bhp @ 6000 rpm
specific output 64.61 bhp per litre
torque 446.1 nm / 329 ft lbs @ 4200 rpm
body / frame Unitary Steel Monocoque
driven wheels RWD
front tires Goodyear Blue Dot Power Cushion
rear tires Goodyear Blue Dot Power Cushion
steering Recirculating Ball
f suspension Double Wishbones
r suspension Live Axle
transmission Borg-Warner T10 4-Speed Manual

Auction Sales History

1967 Shelby GT350 67200F9A02383 – sold for $126,500 The Last Year of the Classic Shelby-Built Mustangs. Ideally Optioned Example with Distinctive 1967 Styling Features. Accompanied by Important Sales and Restoration Documents. Restored Under the Care of a Longtime SAAC Member. Impressive Presentation and Attention to Detail.
Auction Source: The Scottsdale Auctions 2015 by Gooding & Company

1967 Shelby GT 350 67200F4A01451 – sold for $110,000 The Height of Shelby Fastback Design. Beautifully Restored. Minimally Driven Since Restoration. Original Sales Documentation. Original Color Scheme. Perfect for Shelby Events and Muscle Car Gatherings.
Auction Source: The Amelia Island Auction by Gooding & Company

1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback 67210F3A00117 – did not sell for $140,000

This 1967 Shelby GT350 was one of the first ones built: #117. Unique with Red marker light in upper scoop. Inboard lights in the grill, hood and trunk are hand laid. Stripes were a dealer option and many did not have them. Numbers matching engine and transmission. Found in a land sea container in Chico, California where it had been stored for over 20 years. Completed on Dec 8th, 1966 and shipped to Ron Tonkin Ford Sales in Portland, Oregon. Purchased on Dec 31st, 1967 by its original owner, Dale Newton
Auction Source: Kissimmee 2014, #WhereTheCarsAre by Mecum