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1967 Shelby GT350 Survivor Car

Make: Shelby
Model: GT350
Type: Fastback
Year: 1967
Mileage: 46646
VIN: 67200F4A01452
Color: White
Engine: 289 V8
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Denver, Colorado, United States

1967 Shelby GT350 Additional Info:

1967 Shelby GT350
Survivor car - they only get to be original once - not many left in this condition without restoration.

Completed 4/10/1967, shipped 4/14/1967 to Frontier Motor Sales in upstate NY. One family owned since purchase from Frontier. Hand written sales receipt available.

Numbers matching 289ci HIPO V8 - #1452 in the Shelby Registry

Built in Shelby American's California facility - sun faded original carpet interior still as delivered to the dealership

Wimbledon White / Blue Le Mans Stripes with inboard lights

Steel reinforced fiberglass hood

Shelby 10 spoke wheels

JR Headers installed at dealership

Roll cage harness inertia reels intact and functioning

Not on the road since 1976 except for short drive to local Concours de Elegance, stored covered in garage, not a barn.

46,646 actual miles

On display at the Shelby American Collection for 7 years (see pictures / video not taken by me) - returned home from the museum 2 years ago, pictures are accurate of current condition.

https://rennlist.com/forums/997-turbo-forum/768455-ot-pictures-shelby-american-collection.html(7th pic down)

Steve Volk, Shelby American Collection President, showing a few of the cars, this one is the 3rd shown, describing it as a survivor car.


Favorite Shelby winner (yellow ribbon) in local Shelby Featured Concours de Elegance 2012. (Hundreds of Shelby vehicles on display and competing)

New set of Speedway 350 tires made by Goodyear in 2012, have about 20 miles on them.

Original 715 CFM carb is not on the car (currently Holley 750 double pumper), original is included in parts collection with the car. Parts also included are the original gear shifter (presently Hurst quick shift with reverse lockout installed). These changes were made in the 1960s.

The heater core was cut out decades ago, power steering disengaged since the 60s, thermostat was not cooperating when the car was driven to the Concours. (Only time it has been driven since 1976). There is a switch for the horn that was installed on the dash in the 60s as the center steering wheel horn was malfunctioning.

In 2012 a sympathetic preservation was undertaken - replacing the gas tank, gas lines, brake lines, and header back exhaust with correct parts. Sourcing and install for the preservation was performed by an expert mechanic in Shelby vehicles (former mechanic for billionaire car collector Gary Magness).

The 1967 Shelby GT350 is the last model that was a true Shelby before Ford took ownership in 1968.

-The car retains its original engine, transmission, and rear end.

-The car retains all of its original Shelby fiberglass.

-The car retains its important 67 Shelby specific parts including steering wheel, roll bar, harnesses, gauge pod, and more.

- The car retains its original Shelby serial number plate. These Ford VINs have been confirmed with the SAAC registrar.

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