1969 Shelby GT500 Concours Rotisserie Restoration For Sale






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Auction price:  
US $120.000.00
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Last update: 
25.08.2017
Make:
Model: 
Shelby GT500
Item Location: 
Marietta, Georgia, United States
Type: 
Fastback
Exterior Color: 
Candy Apple Red
Trim: 
Fastback
Interior Color: 
Black
Engine: 
428 Cobra Jet
Number of Cylinders: 
8
Transmission: 
Manual
Drive Type: 
RWD
Fuel: 
Gasoline
Warranty: 
Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty
Vehicle Title: 
Clear
For Sale By: 
Private Seller
Mileage: 
18,141
Year: 
1969










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Description 1969 Shelby GT500 Concours Rotisserie Restoration

1969 Shelby GT500 - Concours Rotisserie Restoration on an original 18,141 mile car that was parked in 1972 with factory Candy Apple Red body paint and gold reflective stripes down the both sides.  Sporting a 428/4V Cobra Jet Ram Air engine, close ratio 4spd Toploader with 3.50 Traction-Lok 9inch rear axle.  This car has gone through a four year meticulous rotisserie restoration to MCA Trailered concours standards.  Than taken to a MCA National Show to be judged by the Head MCA Shelby/SAAC judge.  The car was detailed with all the correct part numbers and date-coded items to the build date of the car, as follows;

Engine Block is a 9C27 or 1969 March 27th "No Vin Stamp"

Heads are 9C24 or 1969 March 24th

Intake Manifold is 9D15 or 1969 April 15th

Distributer is C80F-12127H dated E3 or 1969 May

Door Strikers are stamped 4 08 9 for April 8th 1969

Timing Cover is three dots for Mar 69

Exhaust Manifolds are 2 19 69

Small emission clamps are 1/69 and 2/69 stamping

Emission pump is dated 90221 for Feb 21 1969

All glass including the front windshield is dated.

The 428CJ engine was completely rebuilt to spec and blueprinted.  The motor received new ring set, rod bolt set, main bolt set, main bearings, rod bearings, timing chain, lifters, gaskets, push rods, valve guide, valve seats, valve springs, retainers, intake valve set, harmonica dampener and brass freeze plugs.  Then the motor was run on a dyno stand for a couple of hours to break in the motor.  I have the dyno numbers if needed.  A Marti Report is included and is registered by SAAC in the Registry Book.

I am not a dealer - I have been restoring and judging Shelby/Mustangs for many years and my work and the restoration of this car is detailed on my web site www.Lamb-Chops.com under "For Sale."  I have restored a lot of Mustangs and Shelby's over the past 20+ years and I can say this is the nicest car I have restored.  The body is straight and solid, the underside is solid with no rust, the 4spd transmission was so nice all we did was clean the gears and rebuild it, shifts very nicely.  Because the motor was broken in on the Dyno stand I have only driven the car 1 mile since completion to check the brakes, steering, and run through the gears.

Asking $120K and "NO-Trades"

Contact Charles at 404-867-7739 for more information if needed.







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