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Parts For Sale / Re: 67' Heater Box
July 22, 2019, 12:17:13 PM
Plenum is plastic.

Parts For Sale / 67' Heater Box
July 21, 2019, 05:25:02 PM
Nice heater box out of my December 66' San Jose built fastback. Heater plenum is plastic. Looks like it is short two case clips but I may be able to find some. Previous owner painted everything in the engine compartment and that included the blower motor.. :-[  $150 Plus shipping.
Up For Auction / 67' GT350 on Facebook
July 13, 2019, 03:18:12 PM
Parts For Sale / NOS 1968 "SHELBY" letters 2 sets
July 04, 2019, 11:18:10 AM
No longer for sale.....
Paradise Wheel is shipping my repo magstars next week. It has been more than 10 weeks since I ordered. Maybe I caught them at a bad time. Looking forward to seeing them. I ordered them with natural finish centers.... 8)

I am curious, after I ordered my set I noticed the price on Ebay went up to $450 per wheel. I was charged the old price. Were you quoted more than $400 per wheel?

I prefer FelPro blue stripe. Results may vary.

Up For Auction / Re: One Owner ‘67 GT-350
June 08, 2018, 03:49:15 PM
Great find for sure but 27 years ago was 1991. What episode of the show is it on? Are they currently broadcasting episodes? I can never find them on velocity.
Wanted to Buy / Re: WTB pressure plate/disc cores
May 25, 2018, 10:53:07 PM
I picked up a restored set up.

Thanks, Pat
Up For Auction / Re: Yellow Hertz car.....
May 22, 2018, 11:22:49 PM
Based on what the shell on Ebay sold for this car ought to bring about $150-175k.......
Up For Auction / 65' Cragars on CL
May 21, 2018, 10:50:02 PM
Saw this ad locally thought I would pass it along.

I have a set of 5 new, never mounted Cragar, Carol Shelby wheels for 1965-66 GT-350. Includes 4 Carol Shelby center caps. These wheels retail for $450.00 each from Paradise wheels (plus shippng). Paradise Wheels Inc.has the original tooling for these wheels and has been making them for over 30 years in the same method as Cragar was making them for Shelby. They are made one at a time by hand with 356-T6 alloy cast center and a high quality chrome rim. They are cast by Buddy Bar Casting, heat treated, machined, welded, trued, and polished to concours specs. Wheels are 15 x 6 with a 4.125 backspace. Asking $1,500 for the set. They are really nice!


$275,000 - $300,000
Shelby no. 3206
Division 1 Premiere Award winner 2006, SAAC 31
Same owner over 32 years
Completed October 23rd 1967 by Shelby American in California, shipped to Latham Ford Latham, New York
428 CI engine
4-speed transmission
Dual Holley 4-barrel carburetors
Original small letter Goodyear 350 tires
Shelby aluminum 10 spoke wheels
Outboard grille lights
Wimbledon White exterior
Deluxe Black interior with comfortweave seats
33,893 original miles
Completed on October 23, 1967, and shipped new to Latham Ford in Latham, New York, this 1967 Shelby GT500 was one of the last cars to issue forth from the Shelby American Los Angeles Airport facility before its closure. Ford engineers had added volume to the 1967 Mustang through the front bulkhead to accommodate the 390 CI FE big-block engine for the new Mustang GT, so it was natural for Carroll Shelby to add even more punch to his GT. Drawing on the Police Interceptor 428 CI version of the FE engine, Shelby added two rear-mount Holley 600 CFM 4-barrel carburetors on an aluminum intake manifold and capped it off with his signature finned-aluminum Cobra valve covers and air cleaner; thus, the Shelby GT500 was born. The 1967 Shelbys were the first with custom body styling, incorporating an extended nose section, functional body-side scoops and an upswept tail section that combined for a racy silhouette. A full roll bar with twin inertia-reel safety harnesses headlined the Deluxe Mustang interior, which also incorporated a fold-down rear seat, 140 MPH speedometer, 8,000 RPM tach and Stewart Warner oil-pressure and amp gauges. Shelby No. 3206 has been with the same caring owner for almost 35 years. According to the car's Shelby Registry listing, he purchased it "after a weekend of racing at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course." Then, as now, the car showed just 23,000 original miles and still wore the small-letter Goodyear Speedway 350 tires on Shelby aluminum 10-spoke wheels. Finished in Wimbledon White with a black interior and optioned with a 4-speed manual transmission, the car underwent an extensive restoration, after which it won a Division 1 Premiere Award at SAAC 31 in 2006. It holds a special place in Shelby history as being built in the last week of operation of the Shelby LAX production facility.

Information found on the website is presented as advance information for the auction lot. Photos, materials for videos, descriptions and other information are provided by the consignor/seller and is deemed reliable, but Mecum Auction does not verify, warrant or guarantee this information. The lot and information presented at auction on the auction block supersedes any previous descriptions or information. Mecum is not responsible for information that may be changed or updated prior to the auction. The decision to purchase should be based solely on the buyers personal inspection of the lot at the auction site prior to the auction.
INDY 2018
May 15 G - Tuesday
May 16 W - Wednesday
May 17 T - Thursday
May 18 F - Friday
May 19 S - Saturday
May 20 U - Sunday
May 15 G - Tuesday
May 16 W - Wednesday
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May 19 S - Saturday
May 20 U - Sunday
May 16 W - Wednesday
May 17 T - Thursday
May 19 S - Saturday
May 18 F - Friday
Up For Auction / Re: 2017 Ford GT at Mecum
May 20, 2018, 07:20:49 PM
More to this story on the Ford GT Forum if you are curious.

Wanted to Buy / WTB pressure plate/disc cores
May 13, 2018, 11:43:40 AM

Thanks, Pat
Up For Auction / Re: Beat up 350 not mine...
May 07, 2018, 08:31:59 PM
Seller hit the lotto for sure...... Living in the Southwest, I have a hard time accepting that anyone would want a car that rusty. It is always much worse than it looks in pictures. Unless it is some super rare model I don't see the point. Just my opinion, most people don't seem to care too much for it anyway......