This was the first Shelby GT 500 produced at the Shelby American factory. The car truly a special survivor. In 1966 Edward Millkos decided to order the 67 Shelby for drag racing. After the car was delivered on February 27, 1967 he spent the next 2 years competing in races.Unfortunately his racing career ended when he suffered a serious injury. By the time Milkos healed fuel prices had risen and the car was stored for the next 30 years in his basement.Displayed at the Shelby American Museum in Las Vegas. It has 9508 miles and may be the lowest mileage 67 Shelby GT 500 in existence. Well documented with Marti report,invoice,purchase order,Shelby spec sheet,history report. Two appraisals, one for $750,000+ and the other $1,000,000. SURVIVOR! Still runs and drives great! For more information please call.