Engine: V8 289cui of 306cv K-Code HI-PO
Gearbox: Cruise-o-matic C6 FMX
Color: Nightmist Blue with white stripes
Interior: black vinyl
Condition: restored, in perfect condition.
History: Certificate of authenticity, registration of the Shelby American Automobile Club.
Extras: power steering, harnesses, front disc brakes.
Notes: Shelby number 1333.
This is a full rotisserie restoration car, restored in 2003 in USA for “American Classics” a Shelby car specialist in New Mexico. We know this car for the last 14 years because we imported it and we were in charge of the maintenance for this time. The car is in better condition that you can see in the pictures.
According to the Shelby Registry, 1967 Shelby GT350 number 1333 remained in Las Vegas area from 1967 to 2003, and the current mileage is believed to be correct at 58,000. The recipient of a professional restoration completed in 2003, This car is equipped with its original engine and transmission.
Per its listing in the Shelby American Automobile Club’s “Shelby Registry: 1965-67,” this 1967 Shelby GT350 was originally delivered with many of today’s desirable features:
Highly desirable Nightmist Blue with Black vinyl interior
Extensive ownership history listed in the Shelby Registry
289/306 HP 4V V-8 engine K-code HI-PO
Cruise-o-matic C6 FMX transmision
Inboard driving lights (Illinois State first delivery)
10 spokes Shelby Aluminum wheels
Extra cooling package
Courtesy light group
Sport deck rear seat
Power front disc brakes
Heavy duty battery
Tachometer and trip odometer
Interior decor group
Believed to be 58,000 original miles. 2.000 since full rotisserie restoration 2003.
Always dry climate stored in Las Vegas, Nevada area from 1975-2003 and Spain from 2003 to 2018.
With serial number 1333, the car’s ownership history is also documented in the Shelby Registry. Ford redesigned the Mustang for 1967, so Shelby American followed suit with its Shelby fastback, offered as both GT350s and GT500s. Realizing buyers wanted more than a souped-up Mustang, Shelby distinguished its higher-performance version with extensive use of fiberglass, including a scooped hood, dual side scoops, a ducktail trunk lid, rear-quarter extensions and a rear panel with horizontal 1967 Cougar tail lights. Initially, the high-beam headlights were mounted in the center of the grille. However, when they were deemed illegal in some states, a second version with outboard lights was created.
The 1967 Shelbys were equipped with the Mustang’s Deluxe interior with aluminum trim, a fold-down rear seat, and an 8,000 RPM in-dash tachometer, to which Shelby added a wood-rim steering wheel, under-dash pod with Stewart Warner oil pressure and ammeter gauges and the first-time use of a functional roll bar with shoulder harnesses. The Mustang’s Competition Suspension was standard but enhanced with progressive-rate springs, Gabriel adjustable shock absorbers and a larger front sway bar. Under the hood, the 1967 GT350 was powered by the solid-lifter 289 High Performance K-code small-block, updated to 306 HP with a 715 CFM Holley carburetor and Cobra aluminum intake manifold.
The vehicle is in our facilities in Barcelona where you can see it and try a previous appointment. The car is registered as historical in Spain.
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