|Uploaded:||February 2, 2008|
|Updated:||June 10, 2010|
The 1967 Shelby Mustang GT-500 is by far one of the most awesome cars around. When you wanna talk about muscle cars, the 67 Shelby is always mentioned. Gone in 60 seconds has a bad Shelby made specifically for the movie, I think it cost like over 150 grand to replicate the original model. This machine came off the factory floor with a 355 horsepower engine. There is a lot more features about this sports car that I’m sure I don’t know. Ford has come a long way since 1967, although I have to say I’m not too fond of there newer models at all they seem like cheap wanna be replicas. Mustangs came out with another bad machine, the 1986 SVO; they only made a handful, somewhere around 3,000 I think. Let’s get back to talking about the 67 Shelby 500GT, for one they all came with the side strips that read either GT350 or GT500. Back in 1967, if you where looking to purchase the 67 Shelby you had two options to choose from, the GT350 which continued with the 271 horsepower 289 hi-pro, which came with hi-rise aluminum Cobra intakes. Four speeds used 715 cfm Holley’s, and the automatics used the 595 cfm. Now with the GT500s, Ford debut the cars with a 428 police interceptor to all Shelby models. The 67 Shelby came with two Holly 600 cfm 4 barrels, and on top of the carburetors there was a finned oval cobra air cleaner to enhance the air intake to help maximize power. The fact remains that this car was and still is a high performance vehicle, and if I could buy one I would, but since I can’t all I can do is draw one of my own. This tutorial shows you "how to draw a Ford Mustang". I included detailed step by step instructions on how to draw this model and also how to color the car in adobe Photoshop CS. I know you will have fun with this sketch.