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1968 Shelby GT 500 Convertible
This is one of only a few hundred Shelby convertible's offered in 1968. It was originally shipped to Fogg Motors in British Columbia and was used in their advertising campaign. Out of over 4400 Shelby's produced in 1968 this convertible was the sixty-fourth car built which makes it one of the earliest Shelby's and one of the first convertible's. This automobile is equipped with the original 428PI engine and it runs and drives excellent. This GT 500 was restored a few years ago and is ready to be enjoyed.

Price: $129,000
 
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1967 Mustang S Code
Original California convertible
Shelby package added

This original convertible has been restored and a Shelby package was added to give it a fresh new look. The restorer finished this classic in Raven Black and added 10 spoke Shelby wheels, side scoop and the distinctive Shelby tail lights. Along the way air condition was added by Classic Auto Air which tops off the enjoyment of this automobile. This big block 390 convertible is reliable and fun!

Price: $59,000
 
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1968 GT 350
Factory white automatic with AC
Original drive train with matching number 302
Rare X-Hertz Rental

This 68 GT 350 runs and drives fine but will need some freshening up. The paint is older and in rather poor condition. There's minimal rust that can be repaired. Most of the Shelby equipment is original and still with this GT 350. This is a nice beginner Shelby and with the original drive train it helps it's value a great deal.

Price: $59,000
 
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1967 Shelby GT 500
Original Dark Moss Green GT 500
Original 428 PI
Factory Automatic

Original Shelby GT 500 that's been sitting for decades and does not run. The 428 engine turns over easily. This GT 500 is complete but missing it's BJ BK carburetors and the C7ZX dual quad intake. Most of the original Shelby equipment is still with this classic. The Mag Stars, roll bar, steering wheel, harnesses and gauges are included. It needs total restoration and there's some floor work needed.

Price: $75,000
 
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1967 GT 500
Factory Brittany Blue GT 500
Very solid, original body that's spent most of it's life in San Diego
428 8V/BJ BK Carburetors
Upgrades to transmission and radiator for easier driving
Factory automatic with 10 spokes
Very nice driver quality that's ready to be driven and enjoyed

Price: SALE PENDING!
 
'67 GT500 Pictures

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1967 GT 350
Original Lime Gold '67.
Original 289HP engine and C-4 automatic transmission.
Solid body with original floors and quarters.
All Ford numbers and Shelby tag.
Needs minor work before paint.
Very reliable 67 Shelby that drives great.

Price: $79,000 SALE PENDING!
 
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1973 Mustang Convertible
This classic convertible is a fun ride for the summer! It's equipped with a 351 engine and a four speed transmission that gives it plenty of horsepower.
The ram air hood, the Mustang stripes and front spoiler gives this convertible that sports car look.
Unlike older Mustang convertibles, the 1971-1973's have extra leg room that makes this ride much more comfortable.
This Mustang is reliable and fun to drive.

Price: $22,000
 
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1966 GT K Code Fastback
According to the VIN this is one of the first Mustang's built for the 1966 year and it's likely one of the first K Code Mustangs built that year. The 289HP engine is original with the vehicle identification number clearly on the side of the block. The transmission is the C-4 but not original to the car. The interior is the pony interior with a fold down, console and rally pack. This early Mustang has some rust in the trunk area however the floors are solid as are the rockers and inner fenders. This rare high performance Mustang needs paint and cosmetics but could be used in it's current condition.

Price: $35,000 SALE PENDING!
 
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1967 GT 500
Original 428 engine and drive train including the Spec Case
Original Dark Green GT 500 painted red about 25 years ago
Long documented history in SAAC and previous documents from owners
Original BJ BK carburetors rebuilt
Highlighted in May 1995 of Mustang Monthly
One of only 527 Dark Moss Green 1967 Shelby GT 350/GT 500s produced

Price: $115,000 or offer
Many more photos available!
 
'67 GT500 Pictures

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1968 Shelby GT 500KR Convertible
Factory 428 Cobra Jet
Factory 4 Speed
Factory Air Condition
This rare 4 Speed is one of only 57 King of the Road's equipped with factory Air Condition This vehicle has been totally restored and it presents itself as a beautiful example of one of the 60's most desirable muscle cars. Original parts such as the ultra rare 4 speed carburetor, smog and starter delay are included.

Price: $175,000
 
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1969 GT 350 Hertz
This is a matching GT 350 that was originally purchased by the Hertz Corporation and rented in the New York area during the summer of 1969. It's actually one of only 150 GT 350's purchased that summer and it retains it's original 351 engine. Like all of the rentals it's an automatic with the factory air condition. This Shelby is finished in it's original black jade with white clarion interior. The Marti Report shows this GT 350 is loaded with options such as tilt-away steering wheel, power steering and fold down seat. It's ready to be enjoyed!

Price: $79,000
 
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1969 Shelby GT 500
This GT 500 is one of the lowest mile Shelby's in existence today. This rare vehicle has spent it's entire life in Southern California and has traded hands among car enthusiasts. The odometer shows an incredible 8676 original miles. It was originally purchased in Costa Mesa California in March 1969 by a Anaheim resident. To keep pace with the high performance times a Paxton Supercharger was added to the 428 Cobra Jet engine. Along with the rarity of Shelby's and the unique Paxton the vehicle was hardly used and kept in car collections and rarely shown. In 1989 Hot Rod Magazine did a cover on this GT 500 and mentioned it's 8000 miles at the time. Since then only 600 miles have been added. It was placed in storage for 23 years after the owner died and today it's one of the lowest mile GT 500's available. This vehicle is well documented in the Shelby American Automobile Club and we welcome an inspection to verify the condition and patina of this special Shelby.

Price: $225,000
 
'69 GT500 Pictures

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1968 Shelby GT 500
This is a one previous owner GT 500 up to a couple years ago and it runs and drives like a Shelby should. It's been recently repainted and the engine rebuilt and detailed. It's equipped with the 428 police interceptor engine and four speed transmission. Some of the other 1968 features include ten spokes, tilt-away steering and fold down seat. This GT 500 had one owner until 2009 and is solid and rust free. I have an Elite Marti Report that details how rare this Shelby is.

Price: $110,000
 
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1970 Boss 429 Nascar
One of only 499 Boss 429 Mustangs offered in 1970, this rare muscle car was originally sold out of the famed Tasca Ford in East Providence Rhode Island. This is a matching number Boss 429 engine and the VIN can be easily seen on the rear of the block. Also, included is the correct 4 speed transmission. The body is straight, rust free and the floors appear to be original. Also, the fenders are the "Boss" fenders which allows for the bigger F-60 tires that the Boss Mustangs originally left the factory with. The interior is white deluxe and the paint is driver quality with a few imperfections. The overall performance is very good on this Boss 429 and it there's still plenty of horse power from the Boss 429 Hemi engine. Under the hood, there's a few Boss 429 parts missing such as the original carburetor, distributor, smog and exhaust manifolds. Overall though, the integrity of this automobile is very good. I have very good documentation dating back to it's original owner in 1970. The body panels, drivetrain and interior are original and it still looks and drives great. This is a "driver" quality Boss 429 that's never been professionally restored but can driven and enjoyed in it's present condition. The KK number is present on the driver's door as well as the original door sticker that 1970's were equipped with.
Price: $170,000
 
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