This 1967 Shelby GT 500 recreation just finished from a 2 year nut and bolt frame off restoration every single part is either new or rebuilt this is one exceptional build the power plant is a 1970 428 super cobra jet rebuilt from top to bottom and runs awesome. The transmission also rebuilt is a pro series 5 speed putting power thru a Detroit locker with a 3:90 gear ratio. The body is straight with the side scoops molded in unlike the originals This is an investment grade car that you can be proud to own all the emblems and stickers are all Shelby. This car not only looks stunning but drives just as well with a msd ignition there are no worries. The wire Harness is from Painless. so reliability won’t be an issue you would be hard pressed to find to a nicer one at this price!
1969 Plymouth GTX, numbers match 440 automatic
There has been a lot of sheet metal work done to the car; rear quarters, complete floor pans, rear filler panel, innner and outer wheelhouse driver side and trunk extensions and other misc repairs to the car. The underside, trunk and engine compartment is in black epoxy primer after it was media blasted.
For more information, please contact the owner; David at: 402-239-2200 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Here is a list of what he has done to the car for now and the parts I have on my current list:
R&R complete floor pans
R&R rear quarters, trunk extensions, driver side inner and outer wheelhouses, passenger side inner fender replacement, rear filler panel behind rear window, some roof repair (vinyl top car)
Front End Alignment $59.95
Rebuild Front suspension kit $588.00
Year One front brake lines $116.08
AMD aftermarket front fenders $1150.00
Door Hinge bushing kit $61.84
Front windshield trim kit $27.99
Rear filler panel behind rear window $144.95
Rear Quarters - Classic Reproductions $489.95
Purchase HP exhaust manifolds $200.00
Rear brake pads $45.00
Rebuild 4 piston calipers $350.00
Torsion bar boots $67.47
Floor pans-Auto Rust technicians $270.51
Sand Blast-Epoxy Prime-Wittrock Waverly $949.50
Year One engine wiring harnesses $287.17
Gas Tank - new $120.00
Rear axle bearings $105.30
Salvage Yard-bumper parts misc. $385.00
POR15 Rust preventative paint $48.93
Aftermarket front rotors $180.00
Aftermarket brake booster and master cylinder $????
Transmission cooling line set new $50.45
Trunk Extensions - Wheel houses inner and outer left side ?????
Misc. Auto parts - restoration supplies $640.00
The car is complete with the exception of trim that goes on lower body - can get aftermarket.
The car will need glass, I have all of it plus one spare rear window but most got welding splatter on it (my bad). Also have all window stainless trim.
Bumpers will need re-done or purchase new.
I have GTX dash trim I bought, cannot come up with price.
The GTX has numbers match 440 engine but not transmisson. Should be .323 posi, has .323 tag on rear end.
727 auto - floor shift - console car.
F5 (medium green) original color, green interior, green vinyl top car, black performance hood stripes.
GTX production number for this car 15,602 made.
I am certain I can find more but this is what I have listed out on paper. All receipts and photo's included. Have title history information as well.
I have a photo of what this car should look like done, they are very cool as you said, I am just not going to be able to finish.
1973 Red Pontiac Trans Am.
455 4spd with AC