Who wouldn’t want to drive a car used by one of the most loved movie stars on the planet? Well, the chance has come up if you can afford to buy the only surviving Ford Mustang Shelby GT500, featured in the blockbuster movie ‘I Am Legend’ which starred American Actor Will Smith. The 2007 model is currently up for sale to the general public.
The 2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 from the Will Smith's 'I Am Legend' is up for sale on eBay
According to the report, the movie production company acquired 6 similar-looking Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 models, to be used for the film. However, 5 of these models were crushed after the production of the film by the carmaker. That means this was the only one that was driven by Will Smith in the movie, and has become a desirable model for many car fanatics.
The only remaining model out of the 5 identical GT500s was driven by Will Smith in the blockbuster movie
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The Shelby GT500 has been listed on eBay for sale, currently stored within the production company’s vicinity. The model is presently in Connecticut and has been in good shape since it is often serviced by the dealer.
We guess this model might be a fantastic addition to lovers of Mustang or those movie car collectors. It has only run for 6.605 miles since it was acquired.
The only surviving 2007 model runs well, and will be sold with full certification verifying its authenticity
The Will Smith’s 2007 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 looks quite attractive with its white racing stripes on a bright shade of red, while riding on silver wheels. On the inside, it offers a blend of red and black leather with a signed dash plaque by Carol Shelby.
The interior of the Shelby GT500 looks sharp with attractive leather seating and signed-plaque on its dash
The Shelby GT500 is powered by a V8 5.4-liter engine, with a generative output of 500 horsepower and 480-pound feet of torque, all mated to a manual transmission. The rear-wheel-drive model is on the eBay auction, to be sold for $85,000 (₦32.8 million) at the dealership’s website.