Saturday, December 7, 2013
July 8, 2012 by admin Filed under Mustangs For Sale
Tags: 1968, Ford, GT500KR, Mustang, road, Shelby, Test, Vintage
RIP Carroll. Thank you. Say? Hi to Steve.
une voiture genial
e avec un? supert pilote
IM sorry,? this were factory cars, Hurst was an Aftermarket thing. Unique Order.
JIM MORRISON HAD A 67 GT500,,,BUT FORGOT WHERE HE PARKED? IT,,,DUH
Makes you wonder where? that car is today, and if it even exists.
Ahh! The excellent? ole days when brakes where an choice LOL!
..the slightest jerk will lock it? up tight!….Jerks shouldn’t drive this car lol!
HEY! LOOK MA!! It’s real? louvers!!!
3:50? for pleased time
Like how everyone picks at things that does not matter? like the rims. Who cares Id like to have a Shelby I would not sell it for the world
Excellent vid. I like the arguments, cursing and namecalling when? the experts comment and fight about what brand is better. What a bunch of morons.
Shelby never built the 500. He was only caught up in development of the 350. I’m no blue oval fan, but FoMoCo was the only one that had? whatever thing to do with this car.
Too slow. a Hurst Olds was quicker all around, and out handled it. Out broke it too. Shelby needs to get out of the performance? market. He lost his touch.
Excellent video but at the beginning the rims are way? incorrect look it up I’m right!
Kiddo, I have the E-type you’re talking about sitting right outside. It has been in the family since it was groundbreaking new.? There’s always been a pony or muscle-car everyplace in the garage beside it, mostly Mopars. The E-type NEVER EVER have stood a chance in performance or reliability compared to the american cars we have owned. Don’t get me incorrect, I like it for what it is – but you probably should do as I always have done – get some FACTS, try things physically, before you start preaching.
Check out C&T’s test on the 1969 Plymouth GTX 440. That car is huge, weighs like 3,700 pounds, but it handles VERY well. You see, General Motors and Ford were behind mopar (Chrysler/Dodge/Plymouth) in persons days in terms of suspensions, chassis, ignitions, valvetrains, the list goes on…mopar was? out in front in anticipation of the mid 70′s. Also, some guy rear-finished my Plymouth in his “modern” car and you know what happened? His car became an accordion, my car didn’t even have a dent.
I would get one, but? I’m poor.
you’re an idiot. name any current model European car and i will name and? american car that outperforms it for less money. prick.
i’ve seen that video. i like the rust falling off the 59. apparently they picked one that looked? fantastic but was rusted to hell bottom.
You are comparing 2011 Euro technology to American 1967? Even 45 years ancient, this car would resell for 3 to 5 era the resell price of either of persons cars. Its called a “classic”. Instead, how? about comparing persons two cars to the 2011 Shelby GT500? They’d get killed.
i’ve seen? alot of groundbreaking new cars today that have a headlight out. some things don’t change.
Ha! Ancient cars like this crate would have an epic ail in an accident against ANY modern car. Look for the 59 Chevy Impala vs 09 Chevy Impala crash test on youtube.? And just about any European car from 1968 would leave this US built hulk for dead in the twisties-be in a Jag E Type or heck, even a VW Bug had a privileged skidpad rating back then.
Now why would you compare a 21st century car vs one made in 1968? You do grasp that back in the? ancient days this car Was King of The Road, The standards were lower back then, as you can see they do 0-40 tests. And fall to pieces? honestly? If one of your european VW or what ever were to get into an accident with this car it would be the european one that falls to pieces. Not to bring up this car doesnt sound like some golf cart on steroids eithier, kinda like your shitty european cars fag
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