To celebrate 4/27, the unofficial holiday for Shelby fans, official Shelby continuation car builder Classic Recreations lent its latest Shelby model, the 1967 GT500CR Classic, to professional race car driver Ariel Biggs. Take a cruise across Mulholland Drive and the PCH with Ariel as she skips work and has a little fun in this 427 powered pony.
The new GT500CR Classic Shelby Mustang offers the iconic aesthetics of the original 1967 GT500 Shelby Mustang with modern amenities such as rack and pinion steering, race-inspired coil over suspension, oversized disc brakes and more. All Classic Recreations vehicles are handbuilt at its facility in Yukon, Oklahoma.
ABOUT CLASSIC RECREATIONS
Classic Recreations’ team of skilled technicians and craftsmen have been modifying and building high-performance vehicles for more than 15 years. Each built-to-order vehicle takes approximately four months (nearly 2,500 man hours) of painstaking assembly. Classic Recreations is licensed by Ford Motor Company to build licensed Ford Mustang restorations and continuation cars, and Classic Recreations is a Ford Racing distributor. Each Classic Recreations Shelby comes with an official Shelby serial number and is included in the official Shelby Worldwide Registry. Find out more about how to get your own customized vehicle at www.Classic-Recreations.com.