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1967 Shelby GT 350 Early Production Found in Scarsdale

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1967 Shelby GT 350 Early Production
Spotted in Scarsdale is a 1967 Shelby GT 350 for $189,000 USD.  This is a early production 289 hipo 4 speed with all early 67 Shelby Original Parts including Lucas flame thrower headlights.   The paint is in good condition with some minor flaws.   The seller has added a period correct paxton super charger.    This is the first of only 12 Shelbys built in 1967 to be painted charcoal grey.   It is a matching numbers stamped block and transmission.     The car was fully restored in 1991. What do you think of this car?

1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible For Sale in San Francisco

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1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible For Sale
Location: San Jose, California
Matching Numbers
Odometer: 66,000 Original Miles
Former Playboy Playmate Car in the 1970’s
Here is a 1968 Shelby GT500 Convertible for sale in the San Francisco area.   It is a matching number example and rare with only 402 convertibles made in 1968.   Seller states this car is even more rare due to its serial number indicating it was built in 1967.   I recently came across a white GT500 for sale for $180,000 so this maybe a good deal.    I have never seen this color on a Shelby but its stunning.  It is a gold color that was rarely ordered when new.   The car has been reprayed once before and the top was changed from white to black.    This car has also been part of the Shelby Registry for over 30 years and has only 66,000 original miles.  
What are your thoughts on this car?
 

2005 FORD GT in Oregon

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2005 FORD GT in Oregon

Location: Oregon Mid Engine/ Rear Wheel Drive Odometer: 2,700 Miles Top Speed: 205 mph 0-62 MPH in 3.9 seconds 550 Hp at 6500 rpm 500 lb-gt of torque at 3750 rpm

Price: $285,950 US Dollars

The Ford GT is an interesting collectible car. They were only made form 2005-2006 with a total production run of 4038. When these cars came out, they were commanding as much as $100,000 premium over the MSRP of $149,995 on July 1, 2005. Optional Equipment available included a Mcintosh sound system, racing stripes, painted brake calipers, and forged alloy wheels adding another $13,500 to the MSRP. Production ended on September 21, 2006 with a total run of 4038 GT cars which was short of the originally planned 4500.  Collectors have speculated these cars can reach $400,000 so this maybe a good value.