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Classics Own A Fully Restored Numbers-Matching 1969 Shelby GT500

10:01  07 february  2020
10:01  07 february  2020 Source:   motorious.com

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This fully restored and numbers - matching example is being offered by Classic Auto Mall. Whether cruising down the street or pulling into the local car show, this bright Shelby GT 500 is sure to steal everyone's attention. Slathered in none other than Grabber Blue topped with white striping, this beauty

This fully restored and numbers - matching example is being offered by Classic Auto Mall. Whether cruising down the street or pulling into. When it comes to classic Mustangs, it doesn't get much better than a 1969 Shelby GT 500 .

This pristine example is powered by a numbers-matching 428cui V8 engine.

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This pristine example is powered by a numbers - matching 428cui V8 engine.When it comes to classic Mustangs, it doesn't get much better than a 1969 Shelby GT 500 . This fully restored and numbers - matching example is being offered by Classic Auto Mall.

This stunning 1969 Shelby GT 500 Ford Mustang is up for grabs. Other exterior features include the chrome wraparound bumper and grille, correct Shelby badging, three-inlet hood, rear quarter panel air intakes, a small rear spoiler, and chrome " Shelby " lettering over the trunk.

When it comes to classic Mustangs, it doesn't get much better than a 1969 Shelby GT500. This fully restored and numbers-matching example is being offered by Classic Auto Mall. Whether cruising down the street or pulling into the local car show, this bright Shelby GT500 is sure to steal everyone's attention.

Slathered in none other than Grabber Blue topped with white striping, this beauty is 1 of just 312 featuring this paint and trim code. This one was born on June 20th, 1969, and looks as if it has just rolled off the assembly line. Other exterior features include the chrome wraparound bumper and grille, correct Shelby badging, three-inlet hood, rear quarter panel air intakes, a small rear spoiler, and chrome "Shelby" lettering over the trunk.

Rare Mustang! 1968 Shelby GT500 Prototype

  Rare Mustang! 1968 Shelby GT500 Prototype Craig Jackson has restored what is likely the rarest Shelby Mustang of all, this 1968 Shelby GT500 Lime Gold prototype.The legend of this Lime Gold 1968 coupe begins at the Ford Dearborn plant in late 1967 when it was pulled aside for prototyping. After Ford engineers modified the body with lights and badging for the California Special, it was sent to Shelby American. There it was designated EXP-500 and fitted with a 428-inch Cobra Jet engine, C6 transmission, independent rear suspension, EFI, and a wide assortment of body panel, lighting, and badging specific to the Shelby GT programs.

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No matter how you put it, 1969 Shelby GT 500 s are considered quite rare. This perfectly restored Shelby will be auctioned through Mecum Auctions in Monterey next month and we bet it'll - Fully documented, matching numbers 428 CJ engine with close ratio 4-speed transmission - 1 of only 3

Powering this beautiful beast is a numbers-matching 428cui V8 Cobra Jet Ram Air V8 engine with power sent down to a 3.50 Traction Loc rear axle thanks to a 4-speed close-ratio transmission. Stopping power is provided by front disc brakes, and turning comes easy thanks to power steering. That muscle car sound is accompanied by a dual exhaust. Under the car is just as clean and is completely free of cancerous rust.

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Open the doors to a black interior with Clarion Knit and Corinthian Vinyl and high-back bucket seats. Also inside are mirror controls, seat belt holders, ashtray, and a long shifter complete with a wood shift knob. Even more, the black exterior is contrasted by wood accenting along the dashboard, glovebox, and instrument cluster.

If interested in taking home this beauty for yourself, go ahead and contact Classic Auto Mall. The car is listed at $109,900, but feel free to make them an offer they can't refuse. Go ahead and clear that garage space for your new addition, this eye-catching '69 Shelby GT500.

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You could own this legendary American muscle car. Few muscle cars command the kind of respect this 1967 Shelby GT500 does. It was the first model year the GT500 was introduced, taking the popular Ford Mustang and pushing its performance way beyond what anyone expected. Thanks to GT Motor Cars, you have the chance to put this beauty in your garage. As you’ve probably guessed, this GT500 looks so great because of a thorough restoration inside and out. It was completed just in 2012, so the Candy Apple Red exterior has a deep shine and presents well, plus it’s the car’s original paint color.

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