View Full Version : GT-500 for sale


Mustanger
06/14/2006, 07:35 AM
Not cheap, but cheaper than most GT-500s:

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/1968-Shelby-GT-500-Cobra-00537-of-1044_W0QQitemZ4651033328QQcategoryZ6465QQrdZ1QQcmd ZViewItem

... also, I see that it does not have the original factory engine, but a 1969 Ford replacement motor being a NASCAR 427 side oiler may actually be a very desirous configuration (I think Sammy Haggar's '67 GT-500 had a 427 ...).

390cs68rcode
06/14/2006, 08:24 AM
car has a little character

marie68csmustangs
06/14/2006, 11:34 AM
Wow! very nice car.. And it's close to me - unfortunately, can't afford it :-( I saw a GT350H and a white GT350. I don't know if they were clones or now But, probably were - who would want to take a origonal one out for a drive espically in a Drive Thru...

Marie

BroadwayBlue
06/14/2006, 02:26 PM
Depends ... what were they driving thru ?

marie68csmustangs
06/14/2006, 02:47 PM
Oh, sorry.. drove through the drive Thru at Taco Bell.. I just wish that I had time to ask Him about the car..

Marie

still looking for one
06/15/2006, 07:12 AM
Hmmm. Car has blue and gold 1973- "H" issue California plates, it is not advertised as an original, pedigreed, unmolested Shelby GT 500KR (King of the Road)

427 Side oiler is a screamin' engine though...

He's gotta lose that stupid looking decal on the rear spoiler though.
That looks retarded...

luisa2552
06/15/2006, 04:08 PM
[quote=still looking for one]Hmmm. Car has blue and gold 1973- "H" issue California plates, it is not advertised as an original, pedigreed, unmolested Shelby GT 500KR (King of the Road) quote]

I was thinking the same thing. Seems too good to be true. Wouldn't it be worth more??