You usually have to pick a car in a shed on a platform, but there is an interesting boom in an auction that you can go home.
This was the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 in 1
Think of it as BFF: Barn Find Forever. Only the 1.020 GT500 Fastbacks built that year, but isn''t in the factory-spec condition. The automatic transmission that came from was replaced by a 4-speed mechanical at a certain moment, and its 428/360 hp Interceptor V8 model with a Holley carbureter of 4 barrels is not advertised as an engine corresponding to numbers
This unique condition , it's hard to put a car on, but decent examples of models sell for $ 100,000, with precious stones going for well over $ 150,000.
The car collector market decides that this one is worth the Mecum Auctions event in Indianapolis in mid-May.
& # 39; LITTLE RED & # 39; 1967 FORD MUSTANG SHELBY GT500 FOUNDED AFTER 50 YEARS, MAY BE FROM MILLIONS: