LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1967 Shelby GT350.
1967 was the first redesign in the Mustang’s history creating a much larger and more muscular sports car. The car’s initial redesign was a massive success and considered a great improvement over the previous year Mustang. Then Ford handed over the newly redesigned model to the hands of famous chicken farmer/race car driver Carroll Shelby, and the 1967 Shelby GT350 was born. With its added air scoops, unique front grill, two center 7inch driving lamps, exaggerated front nose cone, and fiberglass hood the new Shelby GT-350 was more muscular than all previous models. The new Shelby GT350 came standard with the Hi-Po 289 cubic inch V8 producing 306hp backed by either a 4-speed manual or C4 automatic.
This 1967 Shelby GT-350 factory 4speed car was sold at JD Ball Ford in Miami, Florida for the dealer invoice cost of $3,828.46. It was built on March 14th,1967 at the plant in San Jose, California with the following options: Extra Cooling Package, Courtesy Light Group, Special Tires Supplied by Shelby, Fold Down Rear Seat, Power Steering, Power Front Disc Brakes, Interior Décor Group, Heavy Duty Battery, Tachometer and Trip Odometer. The car has been rotisserie restored and was even covered in three issues of the very popular Mustang Monthly magazine. Finished in Ford Candy Apple Red and complimented nicely by the factory original black deluxe interior, a stunning color combination. This car also includes full documentation including letter from SAAC, Deluxe Marti Report, and receipts from the restoration. It is of course listed in the Shelby American World Registry.
These cars offer stellar performance and the menacing looks synonymous with the Shelby brand. This 1967 Shelby GT350 is one of the most iconic Mustang’s ever produced and will always be desirable to any collector or enthusiast. Don’t miss this opportunity to add a piece of Shelby history to your garage.