Maybe the Nicest 67 GT350 on the Planet!
Smart investors know the best hedge against inflation is hard assets. Fine art, precious metals, real estate and collector cars are attractive targets to diversify portfolios. With inflation accelerating, and no end in sight to government spending, a blue-chip investment in a quality classic car makes good sense. Here’s one that has shown significant appreciation over time, and that appreciation is forecast to continue.
This ’67 Shelby GT350 is arguably the nicest example you’ll ever have an opportunity to purchase. All sheet metal is original, and every nut and bolt is either a refurbished original piece or NOS part. For example, instead of replacing the gauges with reproduction parts, each gauge was painstakingly rebuilt and refinished to maintain originality. The same is true of the original Shelby steering wheel. No expense was spared.
Renowned Shelby expert, Jeff Speegle, was retained to evaluate the car prior to restoration to insure originality. A copy of his report is available, along with restoration pictures.
Options include power steering, power disc brakes, show quality Acapulco Blue paint with black deluxe interior. The engine and transmission have been professionally rebuilt, and are date code correct. The differential is also correct and features the only modification from original – rear disc brakes.
This one is a guaranteed show winner, fully restored and in excellent condition. Besides testing following restoration, it has been driven to local venues for display and proper exercise.
Values for these cars continue to appreciate.
CPI Black Book surveys recent private and auction sales to determine the average value of collector cars in #2 (“excellent”), #3 ('good") and #4 (“fair”) condition. A #2 condition GT350 is valued at $250K US (SourceSept/Oct 2021 CPI Collectible Vehicle Value Guide) As a #1 condition car, this one is worth even more.
If you have ever considered an investment in a high-quality Shelby Mustang, this one is an excellent choice. It is located in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and available for inspection by appointment. Call Mark @ 817-247-1981 for details, or to schedule an inspection.