1969 Shelby GT500 for sale 101202574
1969 Shelby GT500
$129,900
Garage Kept Motors
(844) 460-2680
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1969 Shelby GT500

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1969 Shelby GT500 Coupe 428 Cobra Jet - One of 416 Finished in Grabber Blue Paint - Professional Body Off Nut and Bolt Restoration - R Code 428 Cobra Jet Ram Air Engine - Professionally Rebuilt - C6 Cruise O Matic Transmission - Marti Report - All New Suspension, Wiring, Lines, and Exhaust - Wilwood 4-Wheel Power Disc Brakes - All Original Parts Included (Please note: If you happen to be viewing this 1959 Shelby GT500 on a website other than our Garage Kept Motors site, its possible that youve only seen some of our many photographs of this vehicle due to website limitations. To be sure you access all the more than 150 photographs, please go to our main website: GarageKeptMotors.) ...the last Shelby GT500 of the classic era. It rounded out an ultra-high-performance Mustang product line for the 69 model year that will probably never be matched for sheer brute force. ????????Roger C. Johnson, Hot Rod Network, 1/20/15 Some cars automatically generate fits of wild imagination. This is one of those cars, so... Imagine its the spring of 1969. Sometime after Richard Nixons January inauguration as the countrys 37thpresident, but before Neil Armstrong becomes the first man to walk on the moon in July. Beatles and Credence Clearwater Revival tunes were playing from 8-track tape players. The Woodstock Music & Arts Festival was set for mid-August. Imaginary you is a 20-something wearing a turtleneck and flared pants and sporting a leather jacket. Its a lazy Saturday and you find yourself in the showroom at Fuller Ford in Cincinnati. Just browsing you tell the sales guy. Suddenly, you see it! And in the parlance of the times, your mind is blown. Its nirvana on four styled-steel wheels: the all-new 1969 Shelby Mustang GT in a color they call Grabber Blue for good reason: It definitely grabbed you. And right after the GT on the cars side-stripe, you cant miss the magic three numbers 5-0-0. Youre spellbound. Sure enough, the fender badges confirm it: Shelby Cobra Jet 428. The pleasant Ford sales guy sees your starstruck gaze and offers to lift the cars hood. As he does, you notice the sole grill badge bearing the Shelby cobra logo, and marvel at the three NACA hood air ducts, something thats never been seen on a car before. The massive 428 cubic-inch engine fills the space beneath and sports a wide-open Cobra Jet Ram-Air air-cleaner assembly atop. Forged valve covers are prominently stamped Cobra Le Mans. Serious business here. You walk around the side to peer in the drivers window, and think to yourself This is exactly how Id have wanted mine! Black vinyl high-back buckets with the perfect accent touch of red, beefy automatic shifter on the console with auxiliary oil-pressure and battery-condition lighted gauges, Shelby-snake-logo on the wood-rim steering wheel, power disc brakes, fold-down rear seats, integrated roll bar, wood trim on the dash and door panels, great big analog clock directly in front of the passenger seat. Underneath the car, the dealership has placed a large mirror so you can see the full length of the separate dual exhausts exiting in the center of the car through side-by-side rectangular openings at the rear. You imagine the music theyd produce. Sweeter even than CCR. More than that, you imagine owning this beautiful Shelby. Okay, wake up! At Garage Kept Motors, this car is no imaginary, unattainable dream; its here in the metal. Fully and faithfully restored, documented in every respect by an accompanying Marti Report (verifying its one of just 418 Grabber blue examples), unaltered data plate with the mysterious 5 seemingly in the color code (but not really as it simply indicates the Mach1 hood present on these cars before they became Shelby creations). During the restoration process, the R Code engine was professionally rebuilt; the cars suspension was rebuilt; Willwood brakes were added; and the exhaust system was replaced. (All original parts removed from the car ar

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    9F02R482111
  • Classic Car ID
    101202574
  • Stock Number
    19GKM180
  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • New/Used
    Used
  • Mileage
    60,966 miles
  • Engine
    428 Cobra Jet V8
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    Automatic
  • Exterior Color
    Grabber Blue
  • Custom Color
    N/A

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