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

Up For Auction / 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.

Up For Auction / What is this thing a "67" Gt500 or a 65
« on: November 17, 2019, 05:05:34 PM »

They say it was ordered in 65 & they even call it a Gt350 at one point

Shelby GT500 . This Shelby GT500 (serial number 6S079) is striking in Wimbeldon White with blue factory stripes. This is one amazing find, purchased by prior owner in 1978 and 33 years later traded to us, when was the last early "carry over" 66 you saw with this kind of long term ownership history?!

6S079 was ordered in October 1965 and shipped to a dealership in Pennsylvania, she had factory stripes and rear seats as options. After traveling through several new car dealers hands she was eventually sold to her first owner in late 1966. This owner had 6S079 for several years before having a fender bender and retiring her to his garage until owner #2 acquired sometime after.

Owner #2 purchased the Shelby in 1978 needing to have her bodywork repaired, he set out to make her complete again using all Ford nos body parts/panels. Once all was compiled the car was sent to a well known restoration shop to be completed and and this stunning Shelby GT350 came out a concourse winning car being shown for the first time at SAAC-12 Charlotte 7/87.

Owner #2 drove and enjoyed the car on the show circuit, track, and around town for the next 9 years then sent her back to the restoration shop to be freshened up once again in 2007, the car had fresh paint applied and looks beautiful today, 4 years later.

6S079 is a very rare early 66 "carry over" car, if not familiar with these cars, you should do your research, one of the rarest of the Shelby GT500's and 1 of only a couple hundred she is a great piece to drive and enjoy or put into your collection as a center piece representative of the best of Carrol Shelby's products of the 60's.

Today, this GT500 is aged a bit but needing nothing, we are installing a new factory style exhaust system and detailing the car, otherwise she will be sold as-is.

Price $ 189,995

Up For Auction / 67 Gt500 427 PI block & crank
« on: September 18, 2019, 11:30:51 PM »
Looks to be an early Feb 67 block, has the A scratch & C6ME casting for $1800

SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: February 06, 2019, 04:17:58 PM »
Couple cool Gt40 /Cobra pics I found & I love the old car transporters in these pics also ,even a Ferrari one,I wonder when these where taken lemans maybe ? "69"

definitely strange to go to that level of restoration & then put wheel well moldings & rocker panels on a 67

Up For Auction / Re: '67 GT500 4-speed with A/C
« on: September 17, 2018, 08:46:56 PM »
Based on that cars travels someone might wanna check under the back seat see if they left a bundle of anything behind  ;)

Up For Auction / Re: '67 GT500 4-speed with A/C
« on: September 17, 2018, 12:55:13 AM »
So it's a non A/C car with a non A/c hood, but it has A/C vents in the dash &  A/C under the hood

SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: March 17, 2018, 05:07:50 PM »
Dec 1966 Slough England

The Lounge / Re: Models with Shelbys
« on: March 02, 2018, 09:50:19 PM »
Good eye side -oiler pic was captioned Van Nuys blvd 1972

The Lounge / Re: Models with Shelbys
« on: March 02, 2018, 09:07:55 PM »
Not a Shelby but still a great nostalgic pic

Up For Auction / Re: 68 Shelby center console
« on: February 16, 2018, 02:38:08 PM »
P.m. sent back coincidently this item is located in Gardena California the  location of the original Shelby plant

Up For Auction / 68 Shelby center console
« on: February 15, 2018, 05:17:21 PM »
No affiliation just saw it on an ig guy I follow ,
I bought stuff from him before he’s legit and in SoCal $700

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