1969 GT500, 63,953 ACTUAL Miles, Very RARE 1 of 1 car. (see elite Marti report) The coolest thing about this car is that its ALL ORIGINAL, CORRECT AND NUMBERS MATCHING. (even original tires!) Also whats really neat is the FACT that its history is FULLY documented right back to the original owner. This car was also in Mustang Monthly. A very special car. Its an older restoration which makes its ESPECIALLY nice to drive. (meaning, its not a trailer queen that you have to worry about getting any little scratch or chip on) We dont think it should be painted since its so fun to drive AS IS. If you want a car to look at and never drive, this might not be your car. The 69' GT500 COULD be the BEST all around Shelby ever built. With factory Fiberglass fenders, hood and deck lid, along with MORE options put in then any other year Shelby, we think this car has huge potential for appreciation. Build date: May 23, 1969. ( 23E ) One of only 176 cars in this Color out of a total of 3150 Total Shelbys built in 69' and 70'.
The first pre-production hardtop was sold at Barrett-Jackson in Arizona
The Pick of the Day is a rare example of this future classic
This is the 28th car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
This is the fifth car in a 30-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Scottsdale collector car auction
Classic Industries launches new parts catalog for 1964-2004 Mustangs
It’s fast. It’s loud. And it’s Dark Highland Green.
The first pre-production hardtop to receive a Ford serial number will be offered at no reserve during the Scottsdale auction in January
How would feel if Ford added two doors its iconic vehicle line?
Drive Toward a Cure staging raffle of BRM Chronographe watch with hand-painted Nicolas Hunziker artwork