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  • 1965 Pontiac GTO 15k Mile Tri-Power 4-Speed Survivor!

    1965 Pontiac GTO 15k Mile Tri-Power 4-Speed Survivor!

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    This is one of the coolest GTOs I’ve ever owned. With Scott Tiemann’s help I purchased this car from the son of the original owner in 2005. His dad special ordered it for street racing and was delivered to him new in the summer of ’65. The options are unreal, factory 3×2, TI ignition, close…

  • 42k Mile 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435 HP

    42k Mile 1967 Chevrolet Corvette 427/435 HP

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      This fully documented and unrestored 42k original mile 1967 L71 3×2 carbureted 435 HP Corvette is a truly special example of one of the most desirable Mid-Year Corvettes of all. I originally purchased this killer 435 in January of 2011 with 38k miles on it. And today, showing 42k miles, it retains the majority…

  • 1968 Shelby GT500 KR  MCACN Pinnacle / SAAC Concours Gold Winner

    1968 Shelby GT500 KR MCACN Pinnacle / SAAC Concours Gold Winner

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    **SOLD**   I’m not a suntan guy but I figured I had to have at least one drop-top Shelby Mustang in my personal collection- and why not make it a KR? After all, 1968 was the first year for production Shelby Mustang convertibles and the KR was the baddest one you could get…so there you…

  • 2-Owner 59k Mile 1989 Saleen Mustang #451

    2-Owner 59k Mile 1989 Saleen Mustang #451

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    I’m sending one of the finest low-mileage Fox Body Saleens I have ever owned to Mecum Indy. Fully detailed and sorted by me right here at CCA you’d be hard pressed to find a better example in this white hot Saleen market where rarely does any example show up in any condition. Here are some…

  • 1990 Ford Bronco XLT 5.8L  One Owner Until 2018

    1990 Ford Bronco XLT 5.8L One Owner Until 2018

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    This stunning third-generation Bronco was retained by its original owner until January 2018 when I purchased it for my own collection. Upon getting it home, I did what I tend to do with all of my vehicles: go overboard into making them as good as they can be.  In the case of this Bronco, however,…

  • 1967 Shelby GT350 – Serial #0020 – Factory Show Car

    1967 Shelby GT350 – Serial #0020 – Factory Show Car

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    Opportunity knock(ed!) *SOLD* This killer 1967 GT350 is a well-known early production “two-digit” car, serial number 0020 to be precise, and is an extremely special part of Shelby Mustang history. Beyond being a documented factory show and PR car 0020 also has a great history from new, including being owned and restored by the “who’s…

  • 1966 Shelby GT350H 6S476 – Period Paxton Supercharged

    1966 Shelby GT350H 6S476 – Period Paxton Supercharged

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    *SOLD* This 1966 GT350 H car #476 is a very unique early ’66 that is a fantastic car with a great and air-tight history from new. In early ’66 as the landmark Shelby/Hertz partnership got underway Shelby American had a problem. There was a shortage of GT350 “knockdown” units from Ford’s San Jose plant and…

  • 1970 Shelby GT500 Convertible 4-Speed – 1 of 36

    1970 Shelby GT500 Convertible 4-Speed – 1 of 36

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    The idiom “All good things must come to an end” was never felt harder than at Shelby American in the middle of 1969. Ford had already pulled nearly all control and decision making away from Carroll Shelby, and with numerous creative differences and sales on the downward slide, Shelby terminated the agreement between Ford and…

  • Carroll Shelby’s 2006 Ford GT   – 875 Miles From New –

    Carroll Shelby’s 2006 Ford GT – 875 Miles From New –

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    *SOLD* This 2006 Ford GT was ordered new by Carroll Shelby and later delivered to him through his friends at Galpin Ford in June 2006. And unlike many cars ‘Ol Shel liked this GT as he would keep it for the rest of his life. And when his Foundation finally sold it in 2018 I…

  • 1965 Shelby 289 Cobra CSX2327 – Impeccable History From New

    1965 Shelby 289 Cobra CSX2327 – Impeccable History From New

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    *SOLD* This sensational late production 289 Cobra, chassis number CSX2327, feels like family to me. Why? I originally purchased it for my own collection in 2003 and owned it for many years. During that time I used it to participate in three Copperstate 1000 rallies, as well as numerous other tours, SAAC events, and generally…