What Is the Green Hornet Mustang?Last Updated February 5, 2020
One of the rarest and most remarkable Shelby Mustangs of all time is the Shelby Green Hornet. Originally deloped in 1967 as a prototype for the California Special Mustang, the Green Hornet ended up at Shelby American where it underwent many modifications. The Green Hornet Mustang is valued at over $3 million.
The Track Pack was an optional package Ford offered Mustang GT buyers starting in the 2010 year. This optional upgrade consisted of features that enhanced performance such as 3.73 axle, front and rear stabilizer bars, and retuned shocks and struts.
Available only in Grabber Orange and featuring a black hood stripe and tornado decal, the Mustang Twister Special is highly sought after by collectors. Based on the already powerful 1970 Mach 1, the Twister Special added a drag pack suspension and either a Super Cobra Jet Ram Air engine or the new 351CID Cleveland V8. The Twister saw revivals in 1985 and 2008.
The 1967 Shelby Super Snake was a one of a kind, but since then there have been Super Snake variants made through the years, including ten new 1967 versions built in 2018. From the original Super Snake to the modern ones, Shelby's legacy is clear in these outstanding performance Mustangs.