What car is that at the top of the page on the "Off-Topic.net" banner

Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by kobeyman, Sep 28, 2003.

  1. kobeyman

    kobeyman Guest

    At the very top of the page, is the "Off-Topic.net 5.0 version" banner and it has the front end of a car?

    What kind of car is that? Mustang?
    can anyone tell me what year, model, and type?

    This ride looks classic and mean!
     
  2. snakeyz

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    Eleanor
     
  3. you know me

    you know me OT where the douchbags play

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    67 Shelby GT500 mustang
     
  4. Wolf

    Wolf No one plans to take the path that brings you lowe

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    Gone in 60 Seconds GT500 clone.
     
  5. kobeyman

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    Are these cars rare or is it possible to find a mint one for sale?
    Can somebody give me the lowdown and story behind this car?
    Thanks

    P.S. I'm just starting to get into old muscle cars, I've been a modern car enthusiast for a while
     
  6. Wolf

    Wolf No one plans to take the path that brings you lowe

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    You could also just find a regular 67 Mustang Fastback and make a GT500 clone using aftermarket parts.
     
  7. midnite

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    first of all the isnt a real Shelby Mustang though it looks similar.

    It is a 67-68 Mustang Fastback, shebly GT 500 look alike that was the "Eleanor" car in the movie Gone in 60 Seconds.

    Shelbys are rare but most will for like 30-50k for a GT350 in mint condition.
     
  8. Jcolman

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    GT-500's sell for around $50k, not $100K. Still a lot of scratch.
     

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