SHELBY AMERICAN

LOST:

VIN: 8T02R210317

Year: 1968

Make: Shelby American

Model: GT 500 KR

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Lime Gold

Vehicle options: Automatic, A/C, Tilt and tilt-away steering

Car last seen: 1977, in Marietta, Georgia

Person sold to: Donley Rudder

Contact: classicplans247@yahoo.com

Comments: "The car was originally sold new at Hemphill Ford in Texas. I was the second owner, from 1972 until 1977. I lived in Kansas, and owned the car when I was in high school and college. I wished that I had still had it, and would like to find it again. It was a great original car with 428 SCJ and all the options."

Submitted: August 28, 2008

LOST:

VIN: SFM 6S2121

Year: 1966

Make: Ford

Model: Mustang (Shelby GT 350)

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Blue

Vehicle options: Race car

Car last seen: Sunnyvale, Calif.

Contact: jrjones@nconnect.net

Comments: "SCCA race car, heavily modified."

Submitted: February 22, 2008

LOST:

VIN: SFM 6S1806

Year: 1968

Make: Ford

Model: Mustang (Shelby GT 350)

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: White/blue

Car last seen: Fond du Lac, WI.

Person sold to: Dave Hoopman

Contact: jrjones@nconnect.net

Submitted: February 21, 2008

LOST:

VIN: 67-211-F2A-02716

Year: 1967

Make: Ford

Model: Mustang (Shelby GT350)

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Dark Blue, with white rocker strips

Vehicle options: 289ci, automatic transmission, A/C, all power

Car last seen: 1970, in Cincinnati, Ohio

Person sold to: Judith Ann Bell

Contact: 770-984-0089

Comments: "I purchased this car new at Fuller Ford, Cincinatti, OH, and took delivery in May 1967. In 1970, started divorce from wife, Ms. Judith Ann Bell of Cincinatti. She kept the GT350, I took my company car and 16' Donzi and moved to Philadelphia. The last info I had was she was living in the northern KY area. Her brother, Charles Bell was a policeman and volunteer fireman in Sharonville, OH, a suburb of Cincinati, during the 1970s. I have all the original paperwork on the car and would like to know its whereabouts, maybe try to buy it if possible. My divorce was not pretty so I have not really tried to contact my ex-wife, but if someone has any info on this car I would love to hear about it. Thanks for any help. Regards, MH."

Submitted: January 7, 2008

FOUND:

VIN: 80TS126795

Year: 1968

Make: Ford

Model: Mustang (Shelby GT500)

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Gold

Person sold to: Last name: Trenta

Contact: PRIMEBLOWR@AOL.COM

Submitted: January 7, 2008

FOUND:

VIN: 9F02R482464

Year: 1969

Make: Ford

Model: Mustang (Shelby GT500)

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Grabber Green

Vehicle options: SCJ, Drag Pack

Car last seen: 1974

Person sold to: Tim Pecore

Contact: cebula@mtaonline.net

Comments: "Currently own this car, looking for original owner from Milwaukee area (car sold through Northwestern Ford, Milwaukee) who sold it to Tim Pecore of Rhinelander, Wisc."

Submitted: March 10, 2007

LOST:

VIN: 3020

Year: 1967 (?)

Make: Shelby American

Model: Cobra

Body Style: Convertible

Original color: Red, with white stripes

Vehicle options: LeMans racer #13

Car last seen: 2003, in Bradenton, Fla.

Contact: 941-747-8630 (Mike)

Comments: "Have information on original parts for this car - hardtop and other extras not included in the sale that were thought to be lost."

Submitted: January 1, 2007

LOST:

VIN: 67200F7-0005

Year: 1967

Make: Shelby American

Model: GT-350

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Lime Green

Car last seen: Texas, early '90s

Contact: offrder@adelphia.net

Comments: "I am not positive about the last digit of the VIN but it was a single digit car for 1967. The registration when I owned the car was in the name of William P. Niemiec, 4160 Anitra Cir., Colorado Springs, CO, 80907. Thanks for any information."

Submitted: February 27, 2005

LOST:

VIN: SFM6S082

Year: 1966

Make: Shelby American

Model: GT-350

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: White with blue stripes

Options: 100 percent stock

Car last seen: 1987, in Seattle, Wash.

Person sold to: Craig (an employee at Lynwood Honda)

Contact: aadva@earthlink.net

Comments: "Would love to find her again!"

Submitted: December 25, 2004

LOST:

VIN: 8T028115961

Year: 1968

Make: Shelby American

Model: GT

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Red

Car last seen: 2004, in London, England

Contact: shannen@kawartha.com

Submitted: November 16, 2004

LOST:

VIN: 67400F2A01840

Year: 1967

Make: Shelby American

Model: GT-500

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Blue

Options: 428 CID

Car last seen: 1967, in Saskatoon, Sasketchewan, Canada

Person sold to: Louise Howardy

Contact: csnixon@sasktel.net

Comments: "I sat in this car on the show room floor, always wanted it. Wondered whatever happened to it or if it still exists. Thanks C."

Submitted: November 11, 2004

LOST:

VIN: 67410F7A02983

Year: 1967

Make: Shelby American

Model: GT-500

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Lime Green

Options: C-6 auto, Kelsey Hayes wheels, shoulder harness, AM radio, side GT-500 stripes only

Car last seen: 1972, Denver, Colorado

Contact: srock49332@aol.com

Comments: "I bought this car while I was home on leave from 'Nam. When I came home the last time for good I fell on hard times and sold it for (gulp) $1000. I have been kicking myself ever since. I sold it to a mechanic at a local car dealership who used it to race SAAC, then I lost track. I would like to know of its whereabouts and if it was for sale, or any info on it, Thanks, Steve."

Submitted: May 16, 2004

LOST:

VIN: (No VIN submitted)

Year: 1969

Make: Shelby American

Model: GT-500 fastback

Body Style: Two-door

Original color: Grabber Blue

Options: 428 SCJ, automatic, white deluxe interior, fold-down rear seat, air conditioning, Drag-Pak, 8-track

Car last seen: 1970, New Brunswick, NJ area (My old stomping grounds - Go RU! - Ed.)

Person sold to: Traded in at an Oldsmobile dealership

Contact: dnrif@comcast.net

Comments: "My parents bought this Shelby brand new in 1969. I was 8 years old at the time and loved that car to death. They traded it in on a 1970 Delta 88 conv. because the Shelby rode too rough. Anyway, I have always wondered what happened to that car and would like to know if it's still around."

Submitted: May 16, 2004



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