By Dave Ashton
We have quite a few rarities today. Check them out below.
1966 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350H
Engine: HI-PO 289 V8
1 of 59 Built
Essentially, this is one of those rare vehicles which do not come up for sale very often. The ‘H’ is for a Hertz rental vehicle which allowed people back in the day to rent a Shelby. Only 999 Shelby GT350Hs were made in 1966 and this is only 1 of 59 made in Ivy Green.
The listing has a ton of detail with it, back history and details of its documentation to prove its authentic. If you have the budget, this is one vertical that will definitely increase in value.
DOCUMENTED IN THE SAAC REGISTRY INCLUDING HISTORY AND SERVICE RECORDS.
RECENTLY VERIFIED BY HOWARD C. PARDEE.
1 OF ONLY 59 BUILT IN IVY GREEN.
GREAT OWNERSHIP HISTORY INCLUDING PETER KLUTT FROM LEGENDARY MOTORCARS.
EXTENSIVE CONCOURS RESTORATION BY WELL-KNOWN JIM COWLES OF “SHELBY PARTS AND RESTORATION”.
RETAINS MOST OF THE ORIGINAL SHEET METAL.
MOSTLY ALL FORD NOS OR OEM PARTS USED THROUGHOUT.
EXTREMELY STRAIGHT BODY WITH BEAUTIFUL SHOW QUALITY PAINT.
MOSTLY ORIGINAL BLACK INTERIOR WITH ORIGINAL RESTORED COBRA TACH.
HIGHLY DETAILED ENGINE COMPARTMENT WITH MANY CORRECT PARTS.
ORIGINAL MATCHING NUMBERS HIGH PERFORMANCE 289 V8 ENGINE THAT’S BEEN COMPLETELY REBUILT.
HIGHLY DETAILED UNDERCARRIAGE WITH MANY CORRECT PARTS.
GLOVE BOX DOOR WAS SIGNED BY CARROLL SHELBY.
1971 Dodge Challenger 340
These guys seem to get a lot of interest for their muscle cars online. This 1971 Dodge Challenger has been fully restored with a rebuilt 340u. engine with mild cam (doesn’t specify if numbers matching or not), four speed manual transmission and 3/4 355 gears.
A great example of a ’71 Challenger shown off by a rather nice model.
1970 Oldsmobile 442
Engine: 7.5L 7456CC 455Cu. In. V8
This Oldsmobile 442 is on the classics from the muscle car generation. Great condition and comes with the W-30 Hurst options. These include the M22 rock crusher 4 speed transmission, E2 special heavy duty suspension , W25special performance hood, W35 rear deck spoiler, N34 custom sport steering wheel, W27 aluminum axle cover, N66 super stock ll wheels, D35 sport stile mirrors , V21 rocket rally pack gauges, D55 sports console, N47 vari ratio power steering, JL2 Power disk brakes.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302
Transmission: Manual 4-speed toploader
Current bid: $20,500.00
This Mustang Boss 302 has its issues, in particular the missing engine and rust, but it’s still expected to go for a healthy amount.
The transmission and rear end are original and the interior is in reasonable condition, but this ride will still need a lot of work.
This car definitely has potential and with the correct engine could definitely end up being a showstopper.