Lot #741 - Once owned by former pro-wrestler turned network TV host, Bill Goldberg, and Steve Davis of Barrett-Jackson Auctions, this Dark Moss Green 1967 Shelby GT500 features many factory options, but its most important original component is what's rumbling under the hood; the limited-edition 428 Interceptor that shook the doors of its competition when it was introduced back in the late '60s. That equates to 7,051cc's of thunder waiting to be unleashed. With its well-documented history and celebrated background, the car sports a C6 Cruise-O-Matic, front hydraulic brakes, the trademarked functional lower rear brake scoops, LeMans striping, the notorious Traction-Lok rear end, factory air conditioning, 15x7 spoke wheels, independent front suspension and Hotchkis rear suspension (live axle, multi-leaf, semi-elliptical springs, tube shocks). Other notables include power brakes, power steering, aircraft type front seat shoulder harness, fold-down rear seating, extra cooling fan package, courtesy light group and tinted glass. According to the Shelby Registry Report, this GT500 was manufactured on July 24, 1967 and the original dealer was Marv Tonkin Ford Sales. The car was Dark Moss Green with black interior as it sits today. When built, it featured 15" 10-spoke wheels and an un-louvered hood. 19,695 actual miles, mileage not indicated on title.
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