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Engine
428ci V8
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Transmission
4 Speed Manual
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Mileage
18,200
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Exterior
Candy Apple Red
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Interior
Black
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VIN
9F02R482933
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Stock #
2933

Highlights

  • Dyno Test: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCWOouDuePc&feature=youtu.be
  • Completely dissembled nut and bolt Rotisserie Concours quality restoration, it starting off with a rustfree Georgia vehicle the restoration cost in todays world would be over 350K
  • Number matching
  • 18,140 documented original
  • Full restoration journal and other documentation including Marti Deluxe Report official licensed product #5012
  • The vehicle was ordered with the following factory options:
  • FourSpeed Close Ratio Manual Transmission TractionLok Differential
  • Visibility Group
  • Goodyear Brand Name Tires Power Front Disc Brakes Power Steering
  • AM Radio
  • Tinted GlassComplete
  • Deluxe Belts/Warning Light
  • The car was actually produced on June 5, 1969 five days ahead of schedule

Description

Words can't express how amazing this vehicle is, for more information about this extraordinary car, please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=YDy9kqg_bj0&feature=emb_logo

In today's world, a restoration to this extent would cost you north of $300K. This 1969 Ford Shelby GT500 is Concours quality being rust-free, matching numbers, factory options...

Words can't express how amazing this vehicle is, for more information about this extraordinary car, please watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=YDy9kqg_bj0&feature=emb_logo

In today's world, a restoration to this extent would cost you north of $300K. This 1969 Ford Shelby GT500 is Concours quality being rust-free, matching numbers, factory options, and with only 18,200 original documented miles. Forget about the years of frustrating delays and additional expenses, this complete nut and bolt rotisserie restoration to Concourse quality is ready to go!

This Shelby GT500 had a total rotisserie concours-quality restoration making it a direct time machine to 1969. Every nut, bolt, and piece of the car was disassembled and restored to its as-original appearance with meticulous attention to detail. Along with the numbers matching, a full restoration journal and all other documentation come with it as well, including the Marti Deluxe Report. The amount of quality that went into the restoration is so valuable, we're going to list the details below.

The candy apple red paint and reflective yellow side striping is a showstopper on a Sunday drive, at a Concours, or in your garage. With no defects, it gleams along with the car's chrome and trim.

This Shelby GT500 was manufactured on June 5, 1969 and comes with a host of factory options including: 4-speed close ratio manual transmission with traction-lock differential, Philco AM radio, complete tinted glass, deluxe seat belts and warning light, and it even comes with the original wheels and Goodyear tires that can be installed for shows.

Cars that have been restored with this much care and detail do not come along very often and this 1969 Ford Shelby GT500 is one of the best you will ever find. To see this in person and make it a part of your collection, please call Gianna at 860-713-8658 or email at gianna@blackhorsegarage.com.

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