On offer here is surely what has to be considered the highest quality 1967 GT500 on the market today. The car on offer here, serial number 2745, was originally ordered in the top notch color combination of Acapulco Blue over black interior and, even better, was originally spec'd with the ultra rare option of factory air conditioning. Only a small number of big block Shelbys were to receive factory air in 1967, and this car is one of them. This particular car is absolutely fresh out of a restoration performed by one of the nation's most revered shops which saw the car finished to Shelby American Automobile Club Concours standards. Now owned by one of the nation's top authorities on 1967 Shelbys, the car has been sorted from top to bottom with no detail left unaddressed to yield a car which is ready to win a concours gold award with ease at the next SAAC Convention if the next owner so chooses. The paint, interior, and general workmanship of this car are all utterly and unapologetically spectacular. If you are looking for excuses, shortcuts, or cobbled together messes of any degree- this simply is not the car for you. With all that said, this car is not simply a pretty face. While the car has been restored to current concours standards, it has also been fully sorted for driving and would make for an unimaginably great driver car, should the next owner choose to put the car on the road. With that in mind, included in the sale is a full set of Shelby ten spoke wheels clad in brand new radial tires with custom Goodyear small letter tire lettering kits so that the next caretaker can enjoy the car on a modern radial tire while still having a correct appearing car! Overall, what you have here is a car which has been restored by some of the nation's top 1967 Shelby specialists. On top of that, the car is finished in one of the most desirable factory colors offered. #2745 is now ready to be either shown at very top echelon concours venues or enjoyed as intended on the open road. #2745 is located in Kansas City and is ready for its next owner. If you would like to be that guy please do not hesitate to reach out through my website! Additional photographs including underside photos are available upon request.
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