1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Restomod

1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Restomod

In the world of Mustangs, there are plenty of cars that have a great street presence. In addition, there are cars, like this sinister 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Restomod. Moreover, this car is a wicked manifestation of high octane and pure adrenaline! In addition, officially licensed by Shelby American, and officially listed in the Shelby Registry, this killer coupe could be the ultimate pony car. However, with one twist of its key, 482 cubic inches of supercharged V8 roars to life, shattering any thinly veiled subtlety into a million pieces.

Custom suspension and a muscular Tremec 5-speed offer current performance poseurs and the occasional Golden Age cruiser. However, if you want pedigreed metal with a contemporary twist, it’s the stuff of dreams.


Click on the image above to see a $1.3M piece of American muscle history.

The restomod is a timeless ’60s fastback featuring an impressively straight body. Moreover, this slick ‘stang is the product of a professional, ground-up build. Riley Performance Motorcars of Valley View, Texas built the 1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Restomod. In addition, this detailed manifestation stretched rich Vivid Black 2-stage under Candy Cobalt stripes. Lastly, this thoroughbred rolls as one of the coolest, fastest, most lust-worthy, and most exclusive Mustangs on the planet!

Wrapping youthful detailing in years of fastidious care, this Shelby’s aesthetics are a brilliant exercise in metallic aggression. However, in front of exquisite billet grilles are clear driving lights, PIAA fog lamps, and halogen headlights. Moreover, at the front of this stylish coupe, there is a fascia in the Eleanor design. In addition, the aggressive hood, on the other hand’s fastened by polished lanyards. Straight trim, polished wipers, bullet-style mirrors, and pillar scoops frame the front glass.

At the base of that glass, are Shelby fender caps, and Shelby side scoops. In addition, there’s a Monza-style fuel filler cage with traditional door handles and vivid GT500SE emblems. However, at the back of the car, sequential LED taillights center a third GT500SE badge. Moreover, it’s done with a color-keyed bumper a lightweight decklid, and small PIAA reverse lamps.

1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Restomod – SUPERCHARGED STROKER

Under the angular hood’s a 482ci supercharged Craft Performance stroker. Moreover, it produces 816 dyno-proven horsepower and 793 lb./ft. of torque. Polished tubes channel wind between an aluminum mill’s Vortech blower, remote air cleaner, and Super Snake helmet.

That case rides a lightweight Shelby intake, which feeds lightweight Edelbrock heads that have been milled, bowl blended and CNC-ported. JE pistons, a billet SCAT crank, SCAT H-beam rods, and a Bullet Racing roller cam are used. When the plugs push the cylinders, a hot MSD distributor sparks Craft Performance ignition wires. Spent gases exit through coated JBA long tubes.

A Griffin radiator sits between a Shelby water pump and a Be Cool-capped Canton expansion tank. A bright Concept One serpentine drive spins a coated AC compressor opposite a polished Powermaster alternator. Trick dipsticks, Aeromotive gasoline components, aftermarket bracing bars, and a deep-sump oil pan fit in the engine bay.


This Mustang’s substructure features sturdy undercoated floorboards and top-quality components. Behind the FE, a tough Tremec 5-speed kicks a familiar, 9-inch third member. That pumpkin pushes a full custom suspension, which follows modern power rack-and-pinion steering with proven VariShock coil-overs.

Braking is equally class, with beefy calipers, “SHELBY” branded clamps up front, clenching four drilled and slotted rotors. Rowdy side-exit exhaust bends large-diameter, hand-fabricated tubes around serious SpinTech mufflers. And torque shakes the ground through Halibrand-style blades, which twist polished spinners inside two 245/40ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Sports and two 275/40ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Sports.

1967 Ford Mustang GT500 Restomod – EVEN BETTER THAN BEFORE

Swivel the doors and you’ll find a fully restored cockpit that mixes stylish black leather with fully upgraded comfort and convenience. Front-and-center, bolstered buckets stretch tight Super Snake skins under a tough roll bar and 4-point G-FORCE harnesses. In front of those seats, an ornate, dual-cowl dash centers Shelby-branded telemetry and a requisite Shelby signature above modern air conditioning and modern Clarion audio.

Below that dash, a small Shelby shifter floats a themed nitrous button above Kenwood kick speakers, metal Shelby foot pedals, and clean Shelby floor mats. In front of the driver, a polished and wood-rimmed steering wheel laps a tilting column. And behind the passengers, a clean trunk anchors a bright nitrous tank next to a billet-trimmed Optima battery.

This Mustang sets the standard for top-tier pony cars. If you’re a gearhead who demands the best and knows quality doesn’t compromise, you’ll love this Ford. It’s a timeless masterpiece because of its classic design and first-rate craftsmanship.

  • How much is a 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby gt500 worth?
    1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake – $1.3MThe aforementioned Eleanor GT500 topped the million-dollar mark, but this extraordinarily rare Shelby GT500 Super Snake went even further with a sold price of $1.3 million, making it the most expensive Mustang to ever sell at auction at the time.
  • What engine came in the 1967 Shelby gt500?
    In 1967, Shelby American built and released the first GT500 based on the 1967 Mustang fastback. This classic muscle car look was backed by a stout 428 cu in 7.0L V8 that put down 355 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. Weighing in at 3370lbs, this GT500 would run a 15-second flat quarter mile at 95 mph.
  • Why is it called a gt40?
    On June 12th, Lunn and Frey presented a confidential competition program to Ford’s cigar-chomping execs, envisaging a mid-engined racecar called the GT40 (it stood just 40in high), and a road-going GT46 iteration.
  • What is the difference between a 1967 and 1968 Mustang?
    One of the easiest ways to distinguish the 1967 and 1968 model year Mustangs is by looking at the side scoops. Whereas the 1967 side scoops featured two vents on each side, with horizontal bars across them, the 1968 model opted for sleeker, more modern vents that are much more narrow and feature vertical bars.

Brook Walsh

For nearly 30 years, I've had a fascination with restomods. I've learned from real-world experience what restomod gear works and what doesn't. This is the site where I share everything I've learned.

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