CLASSIC RECREATION MUSTANG GT500CR 900S: DREAMING ELEANOR
In 2016, Classic Recreation built a high-performance variant of the Shelby Mustang GT500
It was 1967 when Carroll Shelby shocked the world of muscle cars by building the legendary Mustang GT500, one of the most iconic sports cars in American automotive history.
Based on a precious example from 1967, the Classic Recreations tuner, whose headquarters has been in Yukon since the early third millennium, has created its own enhanced variant.
Called GT500 CR 900S, the car is recognizable for the new body kit inspired by the Shelby Mustang Eleanor which appeared in the 2000 film "Gone in 60 seconds".
The steel frame has been reinforced to withstand the new stresses generated by the V8 427ci engine, as the power has been increased to 790 hp thanks to the installation of a ProCHarger F1-R compressor, a new stainless steel exhaust system and with the replacement of carburetors with electronic injection.
The V8 427ci engine
In addition to this, sports multi-link suspensions, Brembo disc brakes, carbon transmission shaft to reduce weight and an aluminum steering wheel have been provided.
PROMOTIONAL VIDEO OF THE MUSTANG GT500CR 900S
The model looks extremely well built, but what do you think of it?
Thank you to Valentina Zanola for the cooperation