1968 Shelby GT500 100 % All Original

Price: US $134,995.00 Item location: Lancaster, South Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Shelby
  • Model: GT500
  • SubModel: All Original Survivor
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: All Original Survivor
  • Year: 1968
  • Mileage: 72889
  • VIN: 8T02S143521-01663
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: V8 428
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: --
  • Interior color: Black
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1968 Shelby GT500 All Original Survivor

1968 Shelby GT-500 Fastback White True Original Survivor #1663 Believed to be one of the most original survivor 1968 GT500 known to exist Car was sold to Gas Monkey Garage in 2017 and filmed on an episode of Discovery’s Fast N Loud Never offered for sale to the public since 1974 True two owner documented 1968 Shelby GT500 #1663 from Greenville Ohio Ordered December 1967 and delivered in February 1968 from Ed Martin Ford Indianapolis Still included with it’s last...registered (1974) Indiana license plate, 68C 786 72,889 original miles Mileage in 1976 was 69,700 miles and today the odometer indicates 72,889 Stored indoors untouched and completely forgotten from 1976 -2014 (documented) Built on January 31, 1968 at Ford’s Metuchen, New Jersey factory Original date code correct numbers matching 360 horsepower 428-4V CID police interceptor V-8 engine (S-code) with the original Holley 4-bbl that still retains factory paint on the block and all related components Engine currently runs with new plugs, wires, points, starter, coil and fuel line but the original replaced parts are included New exhaust from the X pipe back Original C6 Automatic transmission transmission and 3.50:1 rear axle Deluxe Marti Report included Original factory line ticket from under the dash and all three original factory order invoices Original fender tag and buck tag + rivets still factory mounted Original door tag + rivets still factory mounted Still retains original body paint grease pencil marking (M White) in engine bay All original Ford steel and Shelby A.O. Smith fiberglass pieces with factory marking underside of the hood â€" 9 S-14 Wimbledon White paint is 98% factory original in exception of some touch ups around the car from the early 70’s and the rear underside of the trunk lid has been repainted Interior is 100% original and still retains its original Shelby Deluxe belts Original early 1968 only Shelby Marchal 656/322 foglights, interior pillar pads, factory handmade rubber roll bar cover and rear rectangle chrome reflectors Original cardboard early 1970’s floormats from Greenville Bank when the car was for sale on Harold’s lot Still retains its original double stacked Ford and Shelby glove box stickers Original dealer installed Shelby hubcaps mounted on original steel wheels Undercarriage is completely original with factory red oxide and blackout paint All glass is original with correct stampings Original Goodyear spare tire, size G78-14 and original burtex trunk mat Original and very hard to find “firecracker” sequential taillights Please be sure to check out our in depth video of this GT500, link can be found at the bottom of the description VIN: 8T02S803-220-25263 72,889 original miles (69,700 miles in 1976 when stored away after the husband suddenly passed Harold Brewer 1975.) Discovered in Greenville, Ohio barn in 2014 by the original family after it had been parked and forgotten there since 1976. The widow (Betty Brewer) placed the Shelby and two other cars in the back of a newly constructed large shop on the property in 1976 and forgot about the cars after five decades of storing her collectables in the shop. The Shelby and the two other cars were re-discovered in 2014 by the family while examining the estate. Betty passed away in 2016 at the age of 90. Car was then sold to Gas Monkey Garage in 2017 and filmed on an episode of Discovery’s Fast N Loud. History Harold and Betty Brewer owned Brewer Motor Mart, a used car lot, in Union City Indiana and Greenville, Ohio, from 1949 to 1975 plus a farm and residential properties. In the late 1960’s Harold purchased a slightly used 1968 Shelby GT-500 for a gentleman from Indianapolis who ordered the Shelby from Ed Martin Ford, a well-known Indiana dealer and the nearest Shelby dealer. In 1974 Harold placed his Shelby for sale on his used car lot in Greenville Ohio. He sold the car to a local family located on the other side of the state-line in Indiana. George