1969 Shelby GT500 Convertible Matching numbers 428/335 HP engine


Description


30,225 original miles
Matching numbers 428/335 HP engine
C6 Cruise-O Matic transmission
Traction-Lok differential
Power top with glass rear window
Power front disc brakes
Power steering
AM/FM stereo
Tinted glass
Interior decor group
Tachometer and trip odometer
Showing only 30,225 miles on the odometer and still equipped with its matching-numbers R-Code Ram Air 428 Cobra Jet V-8, the engine has the VIN derivative stamped on the back of the block, a procedure typically never performed on a 428 Cobra Jet. A true luxury cruiser, it was delivered from Ford with factory air conditioning, C6 automatic transmission, 3.00:1 Traction-Lok rear end, competition suspension, power convertible top, power steering, power front disc brakes, AM/FM stereo, Tilt-Away steering column and the Shelby Mustang’s standard Interior Décor Group with unique gauge-pod console and convertible roll bar. Of all the first-generation Shelby Mustangs, the 1969 model featured the most dramatic departure from the standard Mustang. The five NACA ducts in the fiberglass hood were fully functional—four for underhood cooling with the center duct serving as functional ram-air into the engine’s sealed air cleaner. The rear end incorporated a trunk lid with ducktail spoiler and wide sequential tail lights, while side scoops were added to the quarter panels. In a truly unique touch, the tailpipes snaked behind the gas tank to a center-mount aluminum exhaust port, which gave the 1969 Shelby its own unique exhaust sound.
1969 Shelby GT500 Convertible Matching numbers 428/335 HP engine
$ 17,100.00
30,225 original miles
Matching numbers 428/335 HP engine
C6 Cruise-O Matic transmission
Traction-Lok differential
Power top with glass rear window
Power front disc brakes
Power steering
AM/FM stereo
Tinted glass
Interior decor group
Tachometer and trip odometer
Showing only 30,225 miles on the odometer and still equipped with its matching-numbers R-Code Ram Air 428 Cobra Jet V-8, the engine has the VIN derivative stamped on the back of the block, a procedure typically never performed on a 428 Cobra Jet. A true luxury cruiser, it was delivered from Ford with factory air conditioning, C6 automatic transmission, 3.00:1 Traction-Lok rear end, competition suspension, power convertible top, power steering, power front disc brakes, AM/FM stereo, Tilt-Away steering column and the Shelby Mustang’s standard Interior Décor Group with unique gauge-pod console and convertible roll bar. Of all the first-generation Shelby Mustangs, the 1969 model featured the most dramatic departure from the standard Mustang. The five NACA ducts in the fiberglass hood were fully functional—four for underhood cooling with the center duct serving as functional ram-air into the engine’s sealed air cleaner. The rear end incorporated a trunk lid with ducktail spoiler and wide sequential tail lights, while side scoops were added to the quarter panels. In a truly unique touch, the tailpipes snaked behind the gas tank to a center-mount aluminum exhaust port, which gave the 1969 Shelby its own unique exhaust sound.

Additional information

Make: Ford
Model: Shelby GT500
Type: Convertible
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 30,225
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel Type: Gas
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Grabber Green
Vehicle Identification Number: 9F03R482546
United States, California, Bakersfield
Show more