Lot #647 - Rotisserie restored, matching numbers 1968 Shelby GT350 with only 64,000 original miles. Rare combination of Acapulco Blue paint with automatic transmission and air conditioning. Tons of documentation. The beauty wears the stunning and desirable "D" paint code of Acapulco Blue. She is powered by the legendary "J" Code 302cid 4-valve engine. Backed by the optional "W" Code bulletproof C-4 automatic transmission and the "8" Code 3.50 geared rear end, all of which are original to this car. The interior is the "5AA" Code black knitted bucket seats with the following options, tilt-away steering column, interior decor group, AM radio, tachometer and trip odometer, sport deck rear seat. Other options include rare factory air conditioning, power steering, power front disc brakes, tinted glass and visibility group. Built at the Metuchen plant on May 24, 1968, this car has only had three owners. The first owner purchased this Shelby in June of 1968, and sparingly drove it around the streets of Southern California for about 20 years. She was then sent to sit in a collection in Texas for 20 years. Then she was purchased with the intention of bringing her back to full glory. This no-rust car underwent a 3-year, frame-off rotisserie restoration. Almost every part and panel is original. Tons of documentation including, photos of the restoration, Deluxe Marti Report, Marti Personal Statistic Reports and original invoice. Also includes SAAC Registry pages, original Build Sheet, 4 warranty service invoices, shipping ledger and manual.
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