And that only got more aggressive on the later cars, like this ’67. The custom fiberglass hood, functional side scoops, and integrated deck lid spoiler – it all makes an impressive statement. The fastback is finished in 1967-correct Acapulco Blue.
You’ll put your left and on the wood-rimmed steering wheel, and your right one the Hurst shifter. It will give you that proper tingle of performance even before you see the large speedo and tach do their dance. This is just one of 1,175 of 1967 GT350 fastbacks ever made, and if you ever happen to momentarily forget its provenance, Carroll Shelby’s signature is on the sun visor to always remind you!
An important car like this needs the right paperwork to back it up. That’s why the sale comes with the Marti Report, owner’s manual, service manuals, maintenance records, and previous owner histories – including a handwritten long from the 1980s. This is the correctly-presented rare classic that’s built to be truly enjoyed.