1967 HiPo K Code Fastback Sold
This was 1 of 205 Fastback 4 speeds with a K VIN number that did not get turned into a GT 350 by Carrol Shelby. This car is an original Black 4 speed GT car equipped with a High Performance 289. This car was not numbers matching, but did have a correct HiPo engine installed.
The car completed a nut and bolt rotisserie restoration July of 2009 By Triple C Motor Company. The underside was painted red oxide with black over spray. This car showed very well, and won an "outstanding in its class" award at Hot Summer Nites Car show that year.
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1970 Shelby GT 350 Sold
This GT 350 is a Silver Jade, Automatic, A/C car. It is a very nice driver quality car. The came from the west coast, and still retained most of its original sheet metal and fiber glass. The passenger quarter panel had been replaced along with the hood.
The original engine had been replaced with a newer 351 Windsor.
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1969 Shelby GT 350 Convertible Sold
1 of 137 Shelby Convertibles built, Original Black Jade with a white
top, this car was repainted earlier in its life to red. In the light
restoration this car received, a pair of NOS full quarter panels were
This car is believed to be a 22,000 original mile car, no rust, original
interior, mostly original parts under the hood, engine block has been
Automatic with Air conditioning. Car runs and drives well.
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1967 Shelby GT 500 Sold
This is a very nice Original Sheet metal, and rotisserie restoration GT500 (Restoration was completed by Triple C Motor Company). Factory lime gold with an automatic transmission. This car retained its original motor and its components. Carbs, Intake, Distributor, Fan, Clutch Fan, Radiator, SPEC Case rear, and 31 Spline Axles.
Very good running and nice driving car. Email us
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1968 Shelby GT 500 Sold
This is an original documented 37,000 mile car. It is original sheet metal, fiberglass, and motor and trans. The rear
end is original, and so is all the interior. I think it is a hub cap
car originally, there is a receipt from a Ford garage in 1986 when they
purchased 4 new 10 spokes for it. It is currently missing the smog, I have a smog set I will consider selling
with it. The bracket and pulley are still there. The clutch fan was
replaced at some point. The fan its self is original. The alternator
is original, carb, distributor, radiator all correct. It still has the
paint dabs on the sway bar. The under side has some type of light
undercoating. If you rub it off, it is red oxide underneath. The
interior is nice, there is a 1 to 1 1/2 inch hole in the head liner
above the driver sun visor. It is only visible if you put the visor
down. All the dome
lights work, tilt column, no tears in the seats. The
underside has no rust, the rear axle is 31 spline, with a SPEC case.
The trunk mat is original, and the trunk floors look great.
I would call it as close to a survivor as it gets. The
2nd owner had the car repainted in 1979. All of the previous owners
names are with the car as well.
1965 HiPo 289 K Code Fastback Sold
Here is your chance to buy a very sought after 1965 K Code Mustang.
This car has been media blasted and had most of the sheet metal work
completed. Including, a one piece floor, quarter skins, rear frame rail
extensions, frame rails, one piece cowl, firewall, and battery box
area. The car still needs to have a very small patch installed on the
front fender and the car comes with new door skins, if the new owner
wants to install them. The K VIN stampings are on the front fender
aprons in 3 places, the hipo rebound plate is there, and the dual
exhaust heat shields are in the rear of the floor.
Included with the car is the interior, with fold down, and large
fiberglass rear panels. They have had speaker holes cut in them. All
of the interior will need to be restored.
There is a Hipo motor with the car, heads are fresh and date coded
right, the block is date coded correct with Hipo main caps. The engine
will need to be machined and assembled. Missing from the engine are the
Carburetor, Distributor, and exhaust manifolds. There is a 65 4 speed
top loader and bell housing included as well. It is a wide ratio 4
The car is a roller now, with disc brakes in the front and 9 inch in the
rear. The 9 inch is not the correct Hipo rear, the tubes do not
1965 HiPo 289 K Code Fastback Sold
Blown 428 Engine 8-71 BDS Blower Sold
This motor has a New Polished 8-71 BDS Blower, Blower Drive, and intake. It
also have a new set of Edelbrock Aluminum heads, new roller rockers.
The bottom end is a block that was sonic tested and bored to a standard
428, it has a 428 CJ 1UB crank in it, with a SCJ Hatch on the front.
New cam, lifters, new fastener (Rod, main, head bolts). It has a set of
Keith Black 10 to 1 pistons.
Needed to run the motor are some carbs, distributor, plugs wires, valve
covers, and oil pan. This is not a race motor, and the previous owner
built it for looks in his car.
This motor is new, and has never been fired.
1967 Shelby GT 500 Sold
This is a Nut and Bolt Restoration that was completed by Triple C Motor Company.
1968 Shelby GT 500KR Sold
1967 Shelby GT 350 Project Car Sold
This Rare Shelby was found in a barn on the East Coast
1968 Shelby GT 350 Project Car Sold
This Rare Shelby was sitting in a Backyard on the East coast. This car was complete and numbers matching
1969 Mach 1 428 SCJ Drag Pack Car Sold
This was a really nice Driver quality 428 Super Cobra Jet Car.
1970 Boss 302 Sold
This Boss 302 went through a Nut & Bolt Restoration complete by Triple C Motor Company. This car was Numbers Matching.
1970 Grabber Green Boss 302 Sold
This Numbers matching Boss 302 was sold on consignment.
1969 Boss 429 Project Car Sold
This car was located by Triple C on the East coast. It had been parked for many years. It was complete except for the motor. The numbers matching 4 speed was still with the car. Triple C was able to locate a Date correct Boss 429 Engine to go with the car.
1967 S code GT Convertible Sold
This is a Great solid driver that was repainted medium blue in the
80's. It has the correct GT 390 engine in it with a C-6 automatic
transmission. Deluxe interior, console, tach, and it was originally a
Nightmist Blue car. Its a White top, with a Glass back window. (The
top will need to be replaced), there are couple of little tears in it.
The Buck tag and Marti report are included with the car, but Door tag is missing.
1968 Shelby GT 500KR Sold
This is a great driver quality 1968 KR.
1968 S Code GT Fastback Sold
This car is a project, and will need to be restored. There is some
rust in the floors, and torque box area. Also under the quarter vents,
and around the trunk are. Full quarters will take care of all that.
There is rust in the cowl area, and alittle on the rear frame rails.
that said, this car has rust, but it is actually pretty solid for a 43
year old car. This car is a nice foundation to start with and will
make a nice project.
The buck tag is included with the car, and
it has GT stamped right on it. The buck tag is corroded and has a
crack in it. Also the dash plate is showing its age as well. It has a
crack in it as well. There is a clear title, and the VIN matches the
Vin plate, buck tag, and fender aprons. (no door tag)
with the car is the Power disc brakes, including the Power 4 speed
pedals. The factory 9 inch is in the car, most of the interior is
there (no fold down) I have the 4 speed RUG - J included with the car.
Which is a 390 wide ratio. The glass is all there, including the
fastback door glass but it is not installed in the doors.
The Dual exhaust heat shields and brackets are in place, and the rear frame rails have the dual exhaust holes in them.
1965 C Code Fastback Sold
Nice little Project car
1968 GT 350 Project Car Sold
This is the Philadelphia Ghetto Car. Running and Driving, all numbers matching. Needs a nice restoration.
This a Running and Driving
1968 Shelby GT 350 that is a White, A/C 4 speed car with its original
build sheet, door tag, and buck tag. The car retains its numbers
matching motor and transmission. This car was going to get a
restoration started 2 years ago, when the previous owner ran out of
money. The motor and transmission were rebuilt, and the interior was
partially removed. All of the components on this car were original and
had not been removed prior to this time. This car is a excellent
candidate for a concours restoration, as all the parts are original and
date coded correctly.
The motor, transmission, and interior have been reinstalled in to the
car, making the car run and drive. The parts were reinstalled to show
the new owner that they are all present, and will not get lost in
The car does need a complete restoration, 2nd owner of the car painted
it with white house paint, although the house paint is not a top notch
paint job, it did help seal and preserve the car. It will need lower
quarter patched, some floor and torque box work, and some cowl work.
All the numbers are confirmed by SAAC. Email us with questions.