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This is the best hands on video we’ve seen yet for the 2020 Shelby GT500, showing a full access walkaround of the upcoming halo Mustang model.
We get a first good look underhood, as well as another listen at the exhaust sound. Here’s the fu…

2020 GT500 in Velocity Blue

Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

Although not one of the new colors being introduced with the 2020 GT500, Velocity Blue looks great on the new halo Mustang model. This is the first look at the GT500 in Velocity Blue. The new colors coming for the GT500 are Grabber Lime, Iconic Silver, Red Hot Metallic Tinted Clearcoat and Twister Orange Metallic Tinted Clearcoat

Ogle at and be delighted by more looks and sounds from the 2020 GT500 trotted out by Ford at the 2019 Shelby Bash. We love what we hear from the 700+ horsepower, hand-built, supercharged 5.2L DOHC V8! Here are the new videos from the event

Ford recently took a fleet of 2020 Shelby GT500 Mustangs out to Las Vegas for a street and track drive media event and it made for some awesome eye candy.
This video captures some of the first footage of the 2020 GT500 outside of official videos and au…

Ford recently took a fleet of 2020 Shelby GT500 Mustangs out to Las Vegas for a street and track drive media event and it made for some awesome eye candy.
This video captures some of the first footage of the 2020 GT500 outside of official videos and au…

Ford just revealed a new heritage-inspired Grabber Lime for the 2020 Mustang lineup — including the GT350 and GT500 models. Grabber Lime may look straight out of St. Patrick’s Day but this high-impact green is actually inspired by a vintage Mustang color from the 1970s. “It’s lime green on steroids,” said Barb Whalen, Ford color [&hellip

Ford today released fresh details on the 2020 Shelby GT500 Mustang, including that the vehicle will be governed to 180MPH top speed. The 180 mph governed top speed may be disappointing to some but we have no doubt that the zero-to-60 and quarter-mile claims made by Ford — under 3.0 seconds to 60 mph and [&hellip

Ford today released fresh details on the 2020 Shelby GT500 Mustang, including that the vehicle will be governed to 180MPH top speed. The 180 mph governed top speed may be disappointing to some but we have no doubt that the zero-to-60 and quarter-mile claims made by Ford — under 3.0 seconds to 60 mph and [&hellip

Various GT500 in different colors are now making the rounds at US auto shows around the country. We’ve recently shown you the Performance Blue GT500 at the Chicago Auto Show. Now see the Iconic Silver GT500 at the Baltimore Auto Show and the Red Hot Metallic GT500 at the Philadelphia Auto Show. Which is your [&hellip

Final Bodywork Preparation Underway

Saturday, January 26th, 2019

This week saw the body finally move offsite to the bodyshop where it will be receiving the final work done in preparation for paint and then reassembly. Just to remind you about what happened. I made a decision a few years back to essentially scrap the Eleanor idea. Instead, I’ve decided to restore the car back to an original GT500, with a few tweaks. The car is now receiving some last body work and fitment of the GT500 body kit. Something I’ve been through before, years back with the Eleanor kit. Most of the Eleanor parts have been sold off meaning I haven’t lost out too much. Hopefully more frequent updates to come as over the last year we have bought SO many parts including a brand new 390HP Blueprint Crate engine, Tremec 5-Speed, performance fuel tank, MSD digital ignition, Holley Sniper, pulley kits and we even had Autometer create us some custom made Shelby Signature gauges, like the ones used on the original Unique Performance cars. I know I just bought the Classic Instruments versions though when the Autometer opportunity came up I just couldn’t resist! Stay tuned! © 2019, 67mustangblog.com. All rights reserved.

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