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1967 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 . . I really can't live without building a Mustang in a while... :P Hi! This is my new car: a 1967 Ford shelby Mustang GT500. I wanted to build this car in 10-wide a while ago, but I was too busy with other stuff. Anyway, I'm proud of it and I think I did fairly well. It got opening doors and a opening hood, but no opening trunk. The reason why I build Mustangs so much is that they are just addictive and I like them very much. Hope you like it and Comments are appreciated. Ooh, look opening hood! See, I wasn't lying! Engine looks pretty boring but I couldn't fit much because of the small space under the hood. And opening doors! :D But no opening trunk :( C U later! You will never guess what my next car is gonna be! :P If you do guess what it is, then you are a genious. :P OH, did you know I made a smaller one before? Check it out!

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