When the GT500 debuted in 1967, it packed a 428 cubic-inch V8 making a severely underrated 355 horsepower, with a 0-60 time of 6.5 seconds and covering the quarter in 15. These were serious numbers for the day, and along with the bigger motor, Shelby also improved the suspension, making it good for more than just the strip. Classic Restorations and SeedKore Performance Group is now developing a carbon fiber-bodied recreation of the classic 1967 Shelby GT500 Mustang with production models coming soon. Each car starts with the steel tub of an original '67. A 3D laser scan is made of a steel-bodied GT500CR built by Classic Restorations, while a CNC machine then creates the molds for the carbon fiber bodywork. Power comes from a 427 cubic-inch Ford V8 making an astounding 900 horsepower, backed by a Tremec five-speed manual transmission. Coilover suspension, rack-and-pinion steering, and Wilwood brakes make this classic a modern performer.