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1968 Shelby GT350

  •  Complete Nut and Bolt Rotisserie Restoration
  •  Numbers Matching 302-4V Engine
  •  4 Speed Manual Transmission
  •  1 Of Only 404 Ever Produced
  •  Factory Highland Green Exterior
  •  Power Roof, Steering, and Brakes
  •  Fully Documented

LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1968 Shelby GT350 Convertible.

  In 1968 a total of 4,451 Shelby Mustangs were produced for the model year. It also marked the year that Ford took over production of the Shelby vehicles with operations moving to Livonia, Michigan from California. The styling changes for 1968 were minor with the front of the vehicle restyled resulting in more aggressive appearance. The headlights switched back to the single seven-inch unit configuration with Lucas fog lamps positioned inside the grill. The hood was once again a fiberglass unit with repositioned scoops and air-extraction louvers.

  According to the Marti Report, this 1968 Shelby GT350 Convertible rolled off the line on April, 4, 1968 in its factory Highland Green finish.  It is powered by a numbers matching 302-4V V8 GT350 engine and upgraded 4 speed manual transmission. This would be 1 of the only 404 total Shelby GT350 Convertibles that would be produced in 1968, indeed making this a very rare and collectible car.  It left the factory with a list of various options that include: Shoulder Harness, Power Top, Glass Backlight, The Extra Cooling Package, Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Tilt-Away Steering Wheel, AM Radio, The Interior Décor Group, Visibility Group, Heavy Duty Battery, Tachometer, Trip Odometer, Front and Rear Bumper Guards, and Wheel Lip Moldings.

  This GT350 has had the benefit of a complete no expense spared nut and bolt rotisserie restoration that has made this Shelby into an exceptional example. It was refinished in it factory Highland Green paint which has been wet sanded and polished to a show ready finish. The beautiful paint is complemented by a new deluxe black interior and black power convertible top. The undercarriage is absolutely immaculate and looks just how it would have rolled off the assembly line almost 50 years ago, with factory correct paint dabs, tags, markings, body color overspray on top of the factory red oxide primer.

  To say that this Shelby looks great is an understatement. This GT350 Convertible is in absolutely gorgeous condition and is indeed rare due to its low production numbers for convertibles in 1968. It also comes fully documented with a Marti Report. Don’t miss the opportunity to add this rare and desirable 1968 Shelby GT350 Convertible to your garage.  

We offer flexible financing and leasing options for both USA and Canadian clients. Legendary Motorcar Company specializes in classic and exotic vehicle acquisitions, sales, consignments, global sourcing, restorations and collection management since 1985. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, You Tube and Instagram. Tune in to Legendary Motorcar the TV show, on BNN Business News Network in Canada and Velocity Network in the USA.

For Canadian Residents, Price + Applicable Taxes + Applicable Licensing Fees. All Prices in USD's.

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