1967 SHELBY ROADSTER Completed by Shelby American by January 31, 1967, this car was one of four 33XX cars to receive a 428 engine rather than the 427, which became the standard engine in cars built after February 13 1967. CSX3305 was invoiced to Sexton Ford on February 8, 1967 who, in turn, sold the car to a doctor in Iowa. In 1973 it was sold to a new owner in Durango, Colorado. During this ownership the engine was changed for a 427 SOHC engine from Holman & Moody. The engine was blueprinted by Aldridge Racing Engines. Since 1988 it has been a prized member of one of the finest private collections in the U.S. The vendor has had the car refreshed by Mike McCluskey prior to being sold. http://cdn.barrett-jackson.com/staging/carlist/items/Fullsize/Cars/18661/18661_List_Web.jpg
Lot #680

1967 SHELBY ROADSTER

Auction BARRETT-JACKSON CLASSIC CAR AUCTION 2002
Reserve NO RESERVE
Status Sold
Price
Lot 680
Year 1967
Make SHELBY
Model
Style ROADSTER
*Includes Buyer Commission
Details
VIN CSX3305
Exterior Color BLACK
Interior Color
Cylinders 0
Engine Size 0
Transmission
Description

For sale at auction: Lot #680 - Completed by Shelby American by January 31, 1967, this car was one of four 33XX cars to receive a 428 engine rather than the 427, which became the standard engine in cars built after February 13 1967. CSX3305 was invoiced to Sexton Ford on February 8, 1967 who, in turn, sold the car to a doctor in Iowa. In 1973 it was sold to a new owner in Durango, Colorado. During this ownership the engine was changed for a 427 SOHC engine from Holman & Moody. The engine was blueprinted by Aldridge Racing Engines. Since 1988 it has been a prized member of one of the finest private collections in the U.S. The vendor has had the car refreshed by Mike McCluskey prior to being sold.