You have heard of barn finds...this 1969 Shelby is a basement find.
When it comes to classic Mustangs, it doesn't get much better than a 1969 Shelby GT500. The 1969 Mustang Shelby GT500 was received by the public well, and the release went off without a hitch. The 1969 model was restyled to be distinct with a restyled front facia, and the grille and headlights were shrouded in chrome trim. The rectangular light were now located in the new position below the GT500’s front bumper. Its hood now had three individual air scoops and the signature striping ran the length of the car on each side. This basement find Mustang is being offered by the Becker Auto Group, and can complete your Ford Mustang collection.
This is a true survivor 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 fastback. It has been stored in a basement for over four decades, and features the original numbers matching drivetrain, paint, tires, and more. It’s fully documented, and is one of only 18 special painted Grabber Green GT500 fastback Mustang built for the 1969 year model, and one of only 4 that has white interior. Additionally, this Mustang has only 26,344 miles on the clock, and has not been on the road or running since 1979; this is an original owner estate car.
It also has the factory 4-speed transmission that feeds into a traction loc rearend. Other equipment includes sport deck rear filling seat, power steering, tilt pop away wheel, power brakes, AM radio, tinted glass, and original Goodyear Polyglass tires. See it here.
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