Duffys Classic Cars
250 CLASSIC CAR COURT SW
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids, IA
Attention: For the safety of our staff and customers we now require appointments for viewing of vehicles 24 hours in advance by calling 319-366-7600 1968 Ford Shelby GT 350 Convertible W/Paxton Supercharger There is nothing we can write here that will expound on Shelby anymore or better than what thousands of others have said before. So, we won't try. The example we have here is one of those that was built after Mr. Shelby actually left the project in the hands of the Ford factory guys. This is when the cars became a bit more comfortable and intended more for the mainstream market. With additions like luxury interiors, automatic transmissions, air conditioners, and some power options the Shelby name became more synonymous with not only performance cars but upscale, also. This 1968 GT350 is an excellent example of that metamorphosis. Features Finished in correct but not original livery of Candy Apple Red with Camel Interior and a white convertible top it is stunning to look at The power comes from the numbers matching 302 with the added juice from an era correct Paxton Supercharger That power is channeled through a 3 speed automatic and a 3.50 rear gear Driving is made easy with power steering and power front disc and rear drum brakes The wheels are original 15 Shelby 10 Spoke alloys with 235/60R15 BFG radials This one comes with factory Build Sheet and Original Window Sticker, the Deluxe Marti Report, Owner's Manual, and Keys The build date is January 24 1968 a fairly early build Look at the Marti Report and you will see just how rare this car is and that doesn't take into consideration the dealer installed Paxton Super Charger The Shelby number is 01527 and it is the Shelby Registry. Odometer shows just 96,xxx low miles. We don't see a lot of Shelbys and to find a correct numbers matching convertible that has the extra punch under the hood, well that's just added icing to the cake!
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