1966 Shelby Mustang GT350H

An American icon and one of the most recognizable and sought after vehicles in automotive history, the Shelby GT350 is the perfect mix of sport, power and beauty. Presented for your consideration is this spectacular example of the GT350H in Wimbledon White with Guardsman Blue Rocker and Lemans stripes. A true Bay Area, California original, this classic was originally assembled in the San Jose (Milpitas) Ford Plant and shipped from Shelby American to S&C Motors Inc. of San Francisco for delivery to Hertz San Francisco. It remained with only

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Price Improvement: 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback

Kar Kraft number 2306, this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is one of just 89 factory finished in glowing Calypso Coral paint. Part pony car, part muscle car, part homologation special, the Boss 429’s initial purpose was to homologate the new 429 CI V-8 for NASCAR, but hot on the heels of the 1968 Cobra Jet Mustangs, it represented new Ford president Bunkie Knudsen’s second shot at translating the company’s many weekend racing successes into Monday morning sales. When Knudsen assigned special projects…

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PRICE REDUCED: 1969 AMX 390 Go Pack Automatic with Factory AC

Many hard core car buffs my not realize that the AMX shattered 106 national and international speed and endurance records before it was introduced to the public on February 28, 1968. At the Chicago Auto Show it was awarded the "BEST ENGINEERED CAR OF THE YEAR" by the American Society of Automotive Engineers. The pictures tell much of the story on this rare 390 X code Go Pack 1969 AMX. 

As a certified (with supporting notarized paper work) 51,853 mile AMX, this car was once owned by a Top Fuel Dragster team owner/driver. It can be described as…

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