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I didn't know about these 1967's
« on: November 21, 2018, 09:49:24 PM »
WELL?  Is this one of the Steve Sanderson / Unique Performance Cars?


https://www.ebay.com/itm/1967-Ford-Mustang-GT500/264050556448?hash=item3d7aa3be20:g:fCMAAOSwvFpb9HpP:rk:21:pf:0&vxp=mtr


Hard to find 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 CSS big block 594HP, #014 Car is in the Shelby "SAAC" registry. Built under license with Carol Shelby & Shelby American. 468 all aluminum Shelby big block & 5 speed manual with air conditioning, 4 wheel disc brakes, power steering, 17" x 10 inch" wide staggered (back) Shelby Alloy Wheels, etc. Being a Continuation Shelby adds the value. The car will forever be in the Shelby Registry and with the upgraded parts that make the car more modern it falls into the category of a restomod rather than just a restored car. Ran it at Texas Motor Speedway this car is a Beast! THE CAR WAS FIRST SOLD BRAND NEW ON APRIL 23, 2012 AND  BOUGHT AT 225k THE BILL OF SALE IS WITH ALL THE PAPERWORK. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO GET IT NOW FOR A STEAL ONLY HAS 1215  MILES. I'm a private owner Grubb Motorsports maintains and stores my classic cars. Title in hand.  Make sure to watch the YouTube video on the bottom of the page. DONT HIT THE BUY IT NOW OR BID ON THIS CAR IF YOU CANT AFFORD IT I'VE HAD THIS INCIDENT HAPPEN TWICE!!


FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS INCLUDE :

Certificate of Authenticity for Engine & Chassis by Carroll Shelby Enterprises (signed by the late Mr. Shelby) & Legendary GT Continuation Cars

Legendary GT Continuation Car - Built Under license with SHELBY (#014)

SAAC Registered

All Aluminum Engine - Assembled & Dyno Tested by Carroll Shelby Enterprises /// 427 (468 cubic inch!) stroker @ 594HP+ & 544TQ+

Tremec 5-Speed Manual Transmission with HURST shifter

Power-Assist Baer 4-Wheel-Disc Brakes

Air Conditioning & Heat

Power Steering

Pearl White & Blue Shelby Stripes

Custom Molded GT500 Body Panels

Carroll Shelby embroidered Seats & spare cover

Shelby Specific Gauge Package & Carroll Shelby signed Dash

160 mph Speedo. & 10,000 RPM Tachometer & Auxiliary Shelby Oil Pressure & Amp Gauges

Show Quality Undercarriage (SEE PHOTOS)

Staggered 17" Shelby Aluminum Wheels & NITTO Tires (10" WIDE Rear!)

Padded Roll Bar

Be Cool Radiator System

Bluetooth AM/FM Digital "Mustang" Stereo

TOO MUCH TO LIST! Fully Documented Example




Paul 469-951-9379
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Don Johnston

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #1 on: November 21, 2018, 10:09:02 PM »
SAAC Reigistered?

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2018, 10:22:45 PM »
Shelby American Registry
Nothing beats a classic!

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #3 on: November 21, 2018, 10:23:52 PM »
Well I'd tell you to check with the '67 Continuation Registrar but I don't know who that is?

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #4 on: November 21, 2018, 10:26:42 PM »
SAAC Reigistered?
I think the Shelby registry seller is referring to is the one that Shelby American in Vegas maintains.
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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #5 on: November 21, 2018, 10:36:57 PM »
SAAC Reigistered?
I think the Shelby registry seller is referring to is the one that Shelby American in Vegas maintains.

The one that no one has ever seen? Must be kept in the cloud?

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #6 on: November 21, 2018, 10:42:35 PM »
SAAC Reigistered?
I think the Shelby registry seller is referring to is the one that Shelby American in Vegas maintains.

The one that no one has ever seen? Must be kept in the cloud?
Yes , that one in the cloud or somewhere.
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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #7 on: November 21, 2018, 11:47:05 PM »
SAAC Reigistered?
I think the Shelby registry seller is referring to is the one that Shelby American in Vegas maintains.

The one that no one has ever seen? Must be kept in the cloud?
Yes , that one in the cloud or somewhere.
The one they don't want to share because it will show that there are far too many cars to ever make them collectible within the next 50+ years. Counting the Ford ones well over 100,000 since the SVT Mustang was rebadged as a GT500 in 2005.
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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #8 on: November 22, 2018, 01:03:29 AM »
It is kept as a verification through Shelby Licensing which, when asked and told the VIN, will ONLY verify if it is a Shelby licensed vehicle. In sum, that is the Shelby World Registry, not the SAAC Registry.  The Shelby American shop (Las Vegas) will frequently, in addition when asked, will verify the VIN if it was one of their products and the factory installed options at the time of production.  This 1967, I believe, is a CS Licensed modified Mustang done in conjunction with Licensing and ordered through the Shelby shop, but not built there.

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #9 on: November 22, 2018, 01:08:40 AM »

The one they don't want to share because it will show that there are far too many cars to ever make them collectible within the next 50+ years. Counting the Ford ones well over 100,000 since the SVT Mustang was rebadged as a GT500 in 2005.
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I think the fact that someone paid $225k (if, that is true) and 6 years later they are having trouble getting $145k says it all.   I do like the Marti report that shows it was a C code car to start with.

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #10 on: November 22, 2018, 07:31:54 AM »
The only possible way they will ever print one that I can conceive of is if a billionaire would sue them for something like misrepresentation or fraud? They have more lawyers on permanent retainer that love to fight then they build cars, and they build a LOT of cars.

Eventually something like this will come back to bite them in some way. It might not start over cars though? It could start over guitars, chili, or maybe authorized toil paper that's supposed to be in their registry.

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #11 on: November 22, 2018, 07:47:05 AM »
A lot of these cars and some projects are all hype. The magazine stories and people associated make them seem much bigger than they really are.

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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #12 on: November 22, 2018, 08:50:31 AM »


I think the fact that someone paid $225k (if, that is true) and 6 years later they are having trouble getting $145k says it all.  I do like the Marti report that shows it was a C code car to start with.

Not to mention the Lime Gold/Ivy Gold as originally delivered.
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Re: I didn't know about these 1967's
« Reply #13 on: November 22, 2018, 01:39:20 PM »
I am waiting for my copy af the addendum to the SAAC registry that lists this vehicle. :o