Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to digitally present to
you this unbelievable piece of the Ford Shelby Mustang history!This
stunning Shelby fastback Is set up in the very rare and
controversial Sunlit Gold paint with the black decor bucket seats
making this vehicle 1 of 51 in this combination. On top of that
this vehicle still has the original Marchal fog lights that were
illegal at that time in the U.S and had to be recalled and the dual
VIN stamped Shelby ID plate. We have included the documentation
from the Deluxe Marti report and information of the documentation
in the Shelby registry as well!But enough about all of that. This
vehicle will transport you to easier time when you could cruise
along the strip or line them up on a back road ready to push it to
the floor with that 428 Police Interceptor V8 engine and your
favorite song playing as if it was your intro music. This beauty is
a solid, smooth riding piece of machinery that feels like it was
just shot out of a time machine. You have to see it to believe
it.This 1968 Ford Shelby Mustang can be seen in greater detail
including 100+ photos and HD video on our website at
www.gatewayclassiccars.com. If you would like more information on
this vehicle please give us call at 618-271-3000 or send us an
email at [email protected]
1968 Ford Mustang
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