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1967 Restored Shelby GT350

Make: Shelby
Model: Mustang
Type: Fastback
Trim: RESTORED WITH HISTORY Pics in discription
Year: 1967
Mileage: 130,000
Color: Silver
Engine: 289 K Code Shelby
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Tollhouse, California, United States

1967 Shelby Mustang RESTORED WITH HISTORY Pics in discription Additional Info:

Location: Fresno, California, 93703
Mileage: 130,000
Transmission: Auto
Condition: Mint
Exterior: Silver Frost paint code 1901
Interior: Black

Seller’s Description:

This 1967 Shelby GT 350, #1210 is 1 of 5 according to the Marti Auto Works report. Rare options such as special order color, air-conditioning and automatic transmission separate this fully optioned Shelby from all but four of the other 1967 Shelby's produced. The matching numbers original K code motor and a nut bolt concourse restoration make this car a turn- key blue chip investment that needs nothing more than a new proud owner. This highly documented and verified 1967 Shelby GT 350 drives like a dream and comes with all the original Ford and Shelby documents supplied by the 1967 Shelby registrar, as well as the Marti Auto Works verification report. A color copy of the original 1967 Martin Senour paint chart is also included, and is an important reference for #1210's interesting paint color history. This GT 350 is listed in the SAAC Shelby Registry, and is currently registered in California with a California black plate and a 1967 sticker. Of course there's a Carroll Shelby signature on the glove box. We have a 2019 Ford GT limited edition Lightweight arriving in January 2019 and are willing to part with #1210 if the sale is finalized prior to taking delivery of the new GT.

Color History: This car was a rare special order color from the factory, and that's where the intriguing paint code history begins. The Original document dated 1-26-67, Special Vehicle Order form from Ford Motor Company-San Jose states paint code 1901, and the car is currently painted code 1901. This documentation indicating paint code 1901 has been perpetuated throughout subsequent writings by everyone in the Shelby world, including Marti Auto Works. Only after the car was restored and painted code 1901, original photos from 1967 were discovered of this Shelby sitting in front of its first home, WHOO Radio Studio in Orlando Florida. It was then verified #1210 left the factory originally painted paint code 1900 {Thunderbird Charcoal Gray}, rather than paint code 1901 (Mustang Silver Frost) which was stated on the Special Vehicle Order form from Ford Motor Company-San Jose. In our opinion it would be a shame to, however #1210 could easily be returned to 1900 Thunderbird Charcoal Gray if the new owner wished to.

Provided with sale is a copy of the original invoice from Shelby American to Johnny Bolton Ford itemizing the following options:

Power Disc Brakes

Power Steering

Shoulder Harness

Fold-Down Rear Seat

Select-O-Matic Transmission


Air Conditioner-Select-aire

Tinted Windshield

4.0 Gallons of Gas $1.20

The original 1967 photo and write up from WHOO Radio is available

“This is a great picture from the ‘WHOO Beat' of two of our WHOO station vehicles: A Honda motorbike, and the 1967 Shelby Mustang GT ‘Cruise Newser,' which was used for a lot of promotional activities. We even ran it at Central Florida Dragway a couple of times! This was one hot car that even had a roll bar and fire extinguisher in the driver's compartment. The Mustang was the hottest car in America in the 60s, and this was the hottest model of them all. The vehicles are parked in front of the WHOO studios and transmitter building on Silver Star Road. Notice the typical Florida architecture and foliage.” Big Bill Love-WHOO Radio Orlando Florida

Price: $195,000


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1967 Shelby GT350 Fastback #1210: Driving an Award Winner - YouTube

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