1969 Shelby GT500 on Sale for $155K
According to a Volo report, it’s one of the 335 GT500 convertibles built, and one of the 21 in this color combination.
This particular example is bathed in a layer of Silver Jade over a White Deluxe interior signed by Carrol Shelby. Moreover, it was sold by one of the most significant Ford dealerships of the 60s, Tasca Ford.
Having belonged to four owners in its 40 years of existence, the car comes with just 56,000 miles on the odometer and has
The team at Volo Auto Museum says the appraised value of the car is of $250,000, but customers can get it for just $155,998. In fact, the 1969 GT500 convertible had a base price of just over $5,000 when new.
The car is powered by a 428 cubic-inch (7.0-liter) Cobra Jet V8 with Ram Air that originally developed a factory-rated 335 horsepower. It's mated to a Cruise-O-Matic automatic transmission and a 3.50 Traction Lok rear end. Extras include power steering, power disc brakes, power top, AM radio, GT equipment and tilt away steering.
Production of Shelby Mustangs ceased with the 1970 model year. The 1970 models were in fact 1969 models that were given new serial numbers.