Last updated Feb 7, 2011
1967 Original Shelby GT 350.
It is been completely disassembled and is now ready to paint. I have most of the parts for this vehicle which can be installed once the car is painted.I have original invoice and the car number is 01401.
|Price||$75,000 Or Best Offer|
|Color||night mist blue|
This car was originally sold in Morristown New Jersey for $3649.97 to Dockery Ford on 3/31/1967. At some point a service man bought it and took it to Texas. After his time in the service he brought it to Calif and was later sold to our cousin in 1967. It has been in our family since that time. Our cousin sold it to my father-in-law who kept it garaged until 1998 when our son convinced him to restore it.
It was taken to our garage and our son began stripping the paint off. We also had the motor and transmission redone. Our 20 year old son died in 1999 in an atv accident so it sat idle for awhile. We bought it from our father in 2002 and soon met up with Beach Cities Mustang Club in Long Beach. We were at their "Mustangs of the queen Mary show" and met up with a company called stangworks. We contracted with him to restore the car approx in 2007 The partners of Stangworks split up and it was taken to S & W Paint and body without our knowledge. Eddie always worked on other cars and gave us excuses as to why it couldn't be finished He had the car for 1 year and 2 months. It is completely disassembled and was ready for paint when I got a call to pick it up as S W paint and body was going out of business. They never got it painted or re-assembled. . I had spent over $35,000 on parts for it that are in my garage.
I tried to talk to people about finishing it up when I ran out of money. I am a contractor and the economy hit me hard. It has been sitting in my garage now for almost 3 years. I do not have the money to finish it and it is now up "For Sale".
This is a 1967 Shelby GT 350. The original invoice was from 3/21/1967. It was sent to Dockery Ford in Morristown New Jersey.
The total cost was $3649.97. The engine is a 289 with a 4 barrel
carb and a 4 speed standard automatic transmisson.
The car came with power disc brakes and power steering, a fold down rear seat, an am push button radio and a shoulder harness.
This car was one of 280 cars ordered by Shelby America in January of 1967. It was night mist blue. Shelby ordered 41 cars of this color.
It has a serial number of 01401. It has been primered and is ready for paint.
This car will be unique when it is restored as is car #1401. There was 3325 gt 500's and gt 350's produced. Of that amount...only 1175 were gt 350's.
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