This quality tribute Shelby GT 350-S Mustang is restored to be ready for cruise nights or car shows, or just to drive! Finished in the Shelby-correct Lime-Gold Green Metallic (which is the proper paint code for the car) with Shelby white stripes, this car comes with a nice clear coat paint job, completed in November 2015. The windows and trunk are new, as is the tan convertible top. Both the outboard and inboard headlights are new halogens and operate as they should. Taillight lenses are also new and have been supplemented by modern electronics. This car has the correct fiberglass long nose, ’67 rear taillight panel, trunk lid, proper side scoops, and other installed fiberglass pieces for a Shelby car.
The engine has very low miles on a professional rebuild and runs powerfully, topped off with the correct “Cobra Supercharger” from Paxton. It has big block power wrapped in the nimbleness of the small block package. It starts easily and is topped with an aluminum Edelbrock intake manifold with a Halley carburetor inside the supercharge bonnet. It has an aftermarket radiator (as stock) and runs cool. Then with a modern touch, the power package is backed up with a T5 Tremec transmission, so it cruises at 65+ with ease and still has a neck-snapping first gear that pulls hard.
The suspension A frame has been relocated, as in the early Shelby cars. A chrome Monte Carlo bar and export brace are installed, as well as new spring saddles. The original Shelby type Mag Star wheels are very nice and show well with BF Goodrich white letter radials. The rich black front seats are new, as are the stainless style dash gauge cluster and all the dash chrome. There is excellent matching carpet throughout with newer style Cobra floor mats. The door panels and dashboard match perfectly with the interior and look nice with the lower scuff panels that have the lights in them. A genuine wooden steering wheel carries the Shelby horn insert, and the AM/FM Ford radio with the rare factory-louvered aluminum kick plates with speakers operates as it should. The original windshield is properly date coded.