1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback


1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback

In 1967, Shelby was fitting the C6ME ‘Police Interceptor’ 428 into the mustang which created the GT500. It also included a host of other upgrades including Holley BJ/BK carburetors, manifolds, RUGS-1 transmission, 3.50 Traction-Lok rear end, braking system with KH calipers and drums, a louvered hood, inboard driving lights, optional 10-spoke wheels with Goodyear tires.

In Detail

typeProfessionally Tuned Car
built atLos Angeles, California, USA
enginePolice Interceptor V8
positionFront, Longitudinal
aspirationNatural
fuel feedDual Holley 4-BBL Carburetors
power264.70001 kw / 355 bhp @ 5400 rpm
front brakesDrums
rear brakesKelsey-Hayes
f suspensionIndependent
r suspensionLive Axle w/Leaf Springs
transmission4-Speed Manual

Auction Sales History

1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback – sold for $137,500

1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback that has been restored to factory specifications with no modifications. 428 CI police interceptor engine. 4-speed manual transmission. Rare Candyapple Red paint and White LeMans stripes with Black knitted decor interior. Only 172 GT500s painted Candyapple Red #2008-A. Believed that only 75 were Red with manual transmission. Listed in the Shelby Registry #2174 with notes from the last 4 owners. Extra cooling package and courtesy light group. Power steering and front disc brakes. Heavy duty battery. Fold down rear seat. Special tires supplied by Shelby. First sold by Burns Ford Inc of Louisville. Deluxe Marti Report, copies of Mustang production order, copy of warranty and policy form.

Auction Source: Kissimmee 2014, #WhereTheCarsAre by Mecum

1968 Shelby GT500 Fastback – sold for $88,000

Shipped to Yates Stevens Ford in Kirkwood, MO on February 14, 1968. #00535 as listed in the Shelby Registry. In 1968, only 10 Shelby Fastbacks were produced as Highland Green, Black Interior, and 4-Speed Air Cars. S-Code 428 CI with Dual Quads. Visibility Group. Wheel Lip Moldings. Sport Deck Rear Seat. Power Steering. Tilt-Away Steering Column. Air Conditioner upgraded to R134. Headers and dual exhaust. AM Radio, tinted glass. Interior Décor Group. Heavy Duty Battery. Documentation includes owner’s manual and Deluxe Marti report.
Auction Source: The Daytime Auction in Monterey by Mecum

1967 Ford Shelby GT500 Fastback 427 Side Oiler, 4-Speed – sold for $130,000

Fully Documented Shelby GT500. Listed in the Shelby World Registry. Delivered new in Brittany Blue with Parchment interior. One of 66 in this paint/trim combination. Believed to be 66,524 actual miles. 427 Side-Oiler V-8. Factory 4-Speed car. Power Steering and Power Brakes. Fold-down rear seat. Shoulder Harnesses. Interior Décor Group. AM Radio. Extra Cooling Package. Deluxe Marti Report. Maintenance records. 1,000 miles on engine rebuild. From the collection of Major League Baseball player Omar Vizquel.
Auction Source: The Daytime Auction in Monterey by Mecum
1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback 67400F5A01640 – did not sell for $120,000 Total nut and bolt mechanical restoration by renowned Cobra Automotive just completed 2011. Carroll Shelby signature on visor. 428 CI police interceptor engine. 4-speed top loader close ratio transmission. Rare inboard high beam headlight grill. Power steering. Power disc brakes. Fold down rear seat. Shoulder harness. AM push button radio. Kelsey-Hayes MagStar wheels with Goodyear white letter tires. Tachometer and trip odometer.
Auction Source: 2012 Daytime Auction by Mecum

1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback – sold for $185,000

In addition to complete ownership history, the Shelby Registry documents this rare GT500 Fastback as having been completed February 10, 1967 and shipped to University Ford Sales in Champaign, IL. Finished in its original combination of Dark Blue paint with White striping and a rare Parchment interior, the car still shines thanks to a Concours-quality restoration completed in 2007, and boasts Ford’s torque-pumping 428/355 HP engine, T-10 4-speed, Detroit Locker rear end and power steering and brakes. Magstar wheels and White-letter Goodyear tires complete the distinctive ’67 Shelby look.
Auction Source: 2011 Monterey Daytime Auction by Mecum

1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback – sold for $118,250

This stout 1967 Shelby GT500 Fastback rolled off the Ford plant in San Jose, California, on December 27, 1966. It was destined for the famous Marv Tonkin Ford dealership in Portland, Oregon. The list of desirable factory options included: mag wheels, a fold-down rear seat, power disc brakes, shoulder harnesses, power steering, a radio and a C06 Select-O-Matic 3-speed automatic transmission. The car was handsomely finished in Moss Green paint with a black interior, the same colors it sports today.