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Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« on: December 29, 2019, 02:10:25 PM »
 Love the options on this one but what do you think about the description "mostly original body & drivetrain parts  " & "title exempt" i looked it up in "97" registry & it says it was raced with a 427 but ad claims original motor any other info out there on this one thanks.

Lot #1427 - Beautiful, original 1967 Shelby GT500. This car is equipped with mostly original body and drivetrain parts with minimal touchup to the paint. Still retaining its original 428ci Police Interceptor engine, 4-speed transmission and Traction-Lok rear end. Amazingly, this car only has less than 30,000 original miles (title reads exempt), as verified by the SAAC. Owned by the previous owner for over 22 years and the current owner for 9 years, it has been well-kept in climate-controlled warehouses for the past 31 years. One of 64 produced in this paint and trim package. The original Shelby Owner's Manual and a Marti Report is included to document this magnificent car, which is listed in the Shelby American World Registry.

https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1967-SHELBY-GT500-237768

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #1 on: December 29, 2019, 02:18:28 PM »
Yes, very sharp looking car with the parchment interior, although that one looks like it needs to be cleaned up a bit.  Here is a sister car (660) that my friend restored years ago in the same combo.  I think it has a great look in DMG/Parchment.

https://imageshack.com/a/0ZNM/1

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #2 on: December 29, 2019, 02:31:04 PM »
I recently conversed with the prior owner. He stated “the car did not have it’s original motor during my ownership”.
Anyone still surprised at BJ’s decscription?

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #3 on: December 29, 2019, 03:28:42 PM »
Thanks any mention of the title saying exempt & wtf does that mean anyway i wonder

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #4 on: December 29, 2019, 04:45:15 PM »
I recently conversed with the prior owner. He stated “the car did not have it’s original motor during my ownership”.
Anyone still surprised at BJ’s decscription?

well come 1st of Feb when new owner gets the car someone will have to do some splaining......
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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #5 on: December 29, 2019, 04:52:03 PM »
I know some states don't issue titles on cars that are older then a certain age. If the buyer lives in a state that does require titles then I suppose it is up to the buyer to straighten that issue out. That sucks.
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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #6 on: December 29, 2019, 08:25:52 PM »
I know some states don't issue titles on cars that are older then a certain age. If the buyer lives in a state that does require titles then I suppose it is up to the buyer to straighten that issue out. That sucks.

Yes, the requirements are typically outlined and the seller should be willing to provide help with the documents.

All states are different, but a buddy went through this (Georgia car to Ohio). He had to have a bill of sale, copy of the registration (the car was being used therefore licensed) proof that is was insured and of course an inspection in the new state (just looked for the manufacturers' VIN number in the correct place).

The seller was cooperative and it all went easy for him.  Other states or title bureau offices may not be so easy.

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #7 on: January 01, 2020, 07:13:08 PM »
I read the ad copy to likely mean the title says "exempt" where the mileage is usually indicated.  This is the case for all title transfers in MN when the vehicles are over 20 years old. 

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #8 on: January 02, 2020, 02:38:56 AM »
Most states issue titles that list the mileage as exempt when it comes to cars that exceed a certain age. They do in Ca and they do here in Texas and NY.
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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #9 on: January 02, 2020, 01:14:44 PM »
I know some states don't issue titles on cars that are older then a certain age. If the buyer lives in a state that does require titles then I suppose it is up to the buyer to straighten that issue out. That sucks.

Yes, the requirements are typically outlined and the seller should be willing to provide help with the documents.

All states are different, but a buddy went through this (Georgia car to Ohio). He had to have a bill of sale, copy of the registration (the car was being used therefore licensed) proof that is was insured and of course an inspection in the new state (just looked for the manufacturers' VIN number in the correct place).

The seller was cooperative and it all went easy for him.  Other states or title bureau offices may not be so easy.

FYI.......Georgia will now issue a CONDITIONAL title on cars older then 1963....which they used not too for 20 bucks.....just got 2 myself...
The title is same as reg Ga title but says 'Conditional' on front.....don't know what it means but hey better then just a bill of sale...
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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #10 on: January 02, 2020, 06:11:29 PM »
Most states issue titles that list the mileage as exempt when it comes to cars the exceed a certain age. They do in Ca and they do here in Texas and NY.
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In California, in some instances you CAN get an actual mileage title on old cars...

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #11 on: January 03, 2020, 01:23:19 AM »
I am from CA. I left after 36 years. There were no actual mileage titles on anything 35 years or older. Post the event of mandatory inspection/smog they may be available for some vehicles.
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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #12 on: January 03, 2020, 01:00:50 PM »
If you are truly interested in bidding on the car PM me. As it was in our garage for those 22 years..... however i'm not interested in fielding questions in the public forum.

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #13 on: January 03, 2020, 03:00:10 PM »
I am from CA. I left after 36 years. There were no actual mileage titles on anything 35 years or older. Post the event of mandatory inspection/smog they may be available for some vehicles.

I was born in California and have lived in California for 45 years... AND YES I have actual mileage titles on most of my old cars... All depends on your documentation and your "help at dmv"

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Re: Moss green "67" GT500 at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale
« Reply #14 on: January 03, 2020, 06:40:52 PM »
I always say buy the car, not the story. From the pictures it appears the engine compartment has undergone a fairly thorough restoration with lots of reproduction items visible. Maybe the 31,000 miles were done 1/4 mile at a time? If the car sells at the right price for what it is, how much of the story is going to be important to you?



Love the options on this one but what do you think about the description "mostly original body & drivetrain parts  " & "title exempt" i looked it up in "97" registry & it says it was raced with a 427 but ad claims original motor any other info out there on this one thanks.

Lot #1427 - Beautiful, original 1967 Shelby GT500. This car is equipped with mostly original body and drivetrain parts with minimal touchup to the paint. Still retaining its original 428ci Police Interceptor engine, 4-speed transmission and Traction-Lok rear end. Amazingly, this car only has less than 30,000 original miles (title reads exempt), as verified by the SAAC. Owned by the previous owner for over 22 years and the current owner for 9 years, it has been well-kept in climate-controlled warehouses for the past 31 years. One of 64 produced in this paint and trim package. The original Shelby Owner's Manual and a Marti Report is included to document this magnificent car, which is listed in the Shelby American World Registry.

https://www.barrett-jackson.com/Events/Event/Details/1967-SHELBY-GT500-237768
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