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Well guys here goes. I just finished the restoration of my '70 Shelby GT350 Convertible Clone. I love this car and I don't really want to sell/trade it unless I can replace it with something pretty special. What I am ultimately looking for is a 67-70 Shelby driver/project. I would be willing to work a trade for this type of car. I may consider other interesting mustangs such as Big Blocks and Bosses. My car is beautiful and done. It is turn key. It literally stops traffic! Here are some details:

1970 Mustang convertible. Original 351W rebuilt and Balanced and Blueprinted by a speed shop. The trans is the original FMX (Fully rebuilt) and the 9 inch rear is also original. The car is completely rust free front to back. It is pretty much all new including entire brake system (Power/Front Discs) Exhaust (Complete Shelby set-up), fuel tank, suspension front and rear, shocks, springs, complete interior, paint, chrome, trim, decals, emblems, windshield, top, sequential taillights, Show quality chrome front bumper (Original Shelby), NOS Eyebrows, perfect original Grill trim (Racetrack) etc. You get the point. It is nice and ready to cruise. If it were real it would be a $150K + car. No expense was spared. This car is ready to be enjoyed. I will offer it for a short time prior to me putting it on the road and logging miles on it. If you have a Shelby/Boss/Big Block Driver/project in your garage and no time to complete it maybe we can make a deal. Lets here what you have. Please email me direct at [email protected]

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Steve, Your car looks great! Why you selling? Brian
Hi Brian,

Thanks. We'll you know me. I like variety and am always looking for something intresting. I originally was looking to trade back into a real Shelby again. I got sidetracked by a very intresting car that I ended up purchasing. I just got back home today from Oklahoma picking it up. It is a Black 1967 GT fastback 390 4 speed car. The twist is that the owner pulled the original 390 (Which I got with the car) and install a very serious 427 Tunnel Port engine with 2 4 barrels. It dynoed at 525 HP and 500 ft pounds of torque! If I had a wish list for the ultimate '67 fastback, this is it. It is a very cool car that I plan on having a lot of fun with! It is scary fast. I have switched gears on the convertible and will be listing it on Ebay in the near future. Unfortunately my wife said one has to go!

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steve, there was a car almost exactly like the 67 you just got here in wichita. is your car a deluxe interior car. was it originally black or was it maroon at one time. just curious who built the motor. the burgandy one here was owned by a friend of mine. 427 with two four barrels. four speed 3.89 gears. ladder bars i think. car was wicked fast. a guy in conway springs built the motor for it. his name is mike weinke.
 

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steve, there was a car almost exactly like the 67 you just got here in wichita. is your car a deluxe interior car. was it originally black or was it maroon at one time. just curious who built the motor. the burgandy one here was owned by a friend of mine. 427 with two four barrels. four speed 3.89 gears. ladder bars i think. car was wicked fast. a guy in conway springs built the motor for it. his name is mike weinke.
That's interesting! My car was originaly Vintage Burgandy with black deluxe interior. Freddy Webb in Claremore OK supposedly built the motor. It is a '66 427 Sideoiler standard bore, Lemans Rods and Steel cank, '67 427 Tunnel Port Heads and tunnel port two four intake with twin 725 CFM Demon carbs on it. Full roller valvetrain. It has a Bubble Teardrop fiberglass hood on it. It is also wicked fast! How long ago did your friend sell his car?
 

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my buddy only owned his a few months. he bought it from a guy named bob cookman i think. does yours have a ten quart t oil pan on it. also does the clutch linkage all look new. the motor sounds almost exactly like the one in my buddy's old car.
 

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Dt_Frank_Bullitt said:
It is a Black 1967 GT fastback 390 4 speed car. The twist is that the owner pulled the original 390 (Which I got with the car) and install a very serious 427 Tunnel Port engine with 2 4 barrels. It dynoed at 525 HP and 500 ft pounds of torque! If I had a wish list for the ultimate '67 fastback, this is it. It is a very cool car that I plan on having a lot of fun with! It is scary fast. I have switched gears on the convertible and will be listing it on Ebay in the near future. Unfortunately my wife said one has to go!

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That car is sweet. It was up on Ebay twice and it didn't go. If you don't mind answering, what were you able to get it for.
 

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I have purchased another car and plan to sell the GT350 vert clone outright. Look for it on Ebay by the end of the week.

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Car has been sold.

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