Lot #477.1 - 24,000 miles california, no-rust car. 100 point ground-up restoration done in 1992 by sac (shelby) concours judge, james nance. Car was completely disassembled and restored using most of its original parts or factory original stock replacement parts.
This early production 1966 gt350 includes a number of options which were installed in the beginning of 1966 and for the most part eliminated in the majority of the cars produced: light-weight fiberglass hood with steel inner frame, over-rider traction bars, mico brake booster, differential housing limiter cables. Original "date coded" koni shocks, 3" competition lap belts, top stripes delete (one of only 3 ivy green cars with stripes delete), functional rear brake ducts.
Miscellaneous: original date coded engine 289 ci, 306 hp, hi-rise alum manifold and 715 cfm carburetor, highlift cam with solid lifters, cobra finned alum valve covers, cobra finned alum (gated and baffled) oil pan, cobra dual point distributor with centrifugal advance, tubular exhaust headers with dual exhaust, c4 high performance automatic transmission, 3.89 rear axle ratio, 3 1/2 turn steering kit, front shock tower inner support bar, koni adjustable shocks, 1" diameter front sway bar, upgraded front disc and rear drum brakes, wooden rim cobra steering wheel, plexiglas rear quarter windows, gold side lower stripes with "gt350h" lettering, dashboard mounted tachometer, instrument housing including oil pressure gauge, 14" magnum 500 chrome wheels.