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Originally posted on March 30, 2016 @ 1:54 pm
Meet The 814 HP Supercharged 1967 Shelby GT 500CR-900S – It’s Only $219,000
The 1967 Shelby GT 500CR-900S is built by Classic Recreations out of Yukon, Oklahoma. Everything about this epic 1967 Shelby GT 500CR-900S is just flat out amazing, from the supercharged 427ci engine all the way to the advanced multi-link race car inspired suspension. Oh and don’t worry, the price of this car starts at $219,000. After this check out the 700 HP Supercharged 2016 Shelby F-150. Be sure to follow Man Stuff on Google+.
MSN Autos recently named the 1967 Shelby G.T.500 the “ultimate muscle car.” The Shelby GT 500CR-900S model starts with a legend, and injects it with modern supercar technology: a 770 horsepower supercharged engine, advanced multi-link race car inspired suspension, an oppulant interior and modern turn-key reliability.
Every Shelby G.T.500CR is coachbuilt at our facility located in Oklahoma. Modern amenities include authentic Shelby Performance Parts, rack and pinion steering, race inspired suspension, oversized disc brakes, and more. Engines are hand assembled out of the finest parts available, and with nearly 800 horsepower on tap the 900S model offers supercar performance.
The “CR-900” takes the G.T.500CR to a new level. Debuting in signature Shelby “Stetson Black”, the super snake maintains an authentic Shelby look, but boosts output to 780hp with an F1-R Intercooled ProCharger supercharged 427 cubic inch (7.0L) engine. The interior is upgraded with a 200mph speedometer and racing-style bucket seats. The “Venom” also boasts suspension and chassis upgrades as well as 17×11″ rear wheels and wider ultra high performance Nitto 555 series tires. The exterior is available in five different color schemes and features authentic Shelby Performance parts, such as lights, emblems and a real Shelby Le Mans racing gas cap. Model line specifications and details are subject to change. This Is How Classic Recreations Builds The 1967 Shelby G.T.500CR