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15:40  10 june  2019
15:40  10 june  2019 Source:   motorious.com

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It’s always a shame when a nice car meets an unfortunate end. When the car has lived a short life, it seems that much more of a disappointment. This 2011 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 was impacted on the front end. The damage was enough that the car is being sold on a salvage title and it can be

Technically, the most expensive Mustang of all time title goes to a 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake that sold in May, 2013, for a mind-blowing .3 million. Being saved from the crusher, it was thought to be lost in history until a keen collector picked it up and gave it a full restoration.

The Salvage Title Mustang That Was Thought To Be A Shelby
The Salvage Title Mustang That Was Thought To Be A Shelby
The Salvage Title Mustang That Was Thought To Be A Shelby
The Salvage Title Mustang That Was Thought To Be A Shelby
The Salvage Title Mustang That Was Thought To Be A Shelby
The Salvage Title Mustang That Was Thought To Be A Shelby
The Salvage Title Mustang That Was Thought To Be A Shelby
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This 1966 Fastback was originally thought to be a true GT350 yet recent developments suggest otherwise.

Originally thought to be a true Shelby GT350, this 1966 Mustang has recently been discovered to be a clone, albeit a pretty good one.

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Technically, the most expensive Mustang of all time title goes to a 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake that sold in May, 2013, for a mind-blowing .3 million. Being saved from the crusher, it was thought to be lost in history until a keen collector picked it up and gave it a full restoration.

Initial photos show a car that’s met an untimely demise, but look further and you’ll see some rather upsetting damage. If you’re anxious around twisted classic metal, we suggest you don’t look any further, but here’s the eBay listing in case you’re interested.

Regardless of the cars true identity, it’s always sad to see someones pride and joy end up in this state. Judging by the extent of the damage that was quite a hit. Whether it’s beyond the realms of repair is up to you!

Taking a closer look at the car its evident it was one clean Mustang prior to its rear end shunt. The inside looks pristine, with only the glove box lid missing - perhaps originally signed by Carroll Shelby to add to the authenticity of the clone build.

The 289 V8 reportedly works, although it cannot remain idling due to the fuel tank being punctured in the accident. Looking at the engine bay it looks clean enough to eat off, with a set of Cobra rocker covers and matching air filter.

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The Shelby Mustang is a high performance variant of the Ford Mustang which was built by Shelby American from 1965 to 1968, and from 1969 to 1970 by Ford.

My Uncle Pete won a Shelby GT500 in a raffle. It costs well over ,000 to take posession of the car. New k Toyota Land Cruiser LOOKS Perfect BUT is Hiding SEVERE Damage at the Salvage Auction - Продолжительность: 10:09 Samcrac 373 957 просмотров.

Despite the fact its a clone, the car was originally thought to be a genuine Shelby, which would have altered its current $15,000 bid dramatically. Fortunately Ford enthusiasts and specialists confirmed its true identity thanks to the VIN number, that if a true Shelby would have had a 6R09K code.

Being an automatic would have affected values also, yet with true Shelbys of this era commanding prices in the region of $125,000 to $250,000, we’re sure it wouldn’t have been too upsetting in contrast.

Perhaps the new owner can try a particularly brave restoration with a likely twisted chassis, or more likely use the plethora of pristine parts that are undamaged for a different project, and give other Mustangs the chance of life on the road.

Source: Barn Finds.

1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 For Sale At Nearly $100K.
A number-matching Fastback with the original window sticker and build sheet. require(["medianetNativeAdOnArticle"], function (medianetNativeAdOnArticle) { medianetNativeAdOnArticle.getMedianetNativeAds(true); }); You may want to pinch yourself, because this may seem like a dream. The breathtakingly beautiful vehicle you see here is none other than the iconic 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Shelby GT350.

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