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Grabber Orange 1969 Mustang Shelby GT-350 Convertible
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Grabber Orange 1969 Shelby GT350
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The exhaust is routed out two rectangular outlets under the bumper in the center of the car.

Convertible Top Color: white
Interior Color: white
Visible Options: shelby body kit, shelby stripes, side scoops, shelby wheels, spoiler
VIN: 9F03M481838
Owner: Jim Srp ( ) from Boerne Texas TX
Posted: 04/03/2011

Ford Options: (see all 1969 Mustang Options)
   351ci 4v 290hp V8 Engine (M-code) (GT-350 M-code)
   4-Speed Manual Transmission
   Power Brakes
   Power Steering
   NASA Hood Scoops (Shelby)
   Turn-type Hood Locks (Shelby)
   Side Scoops (Shelby)
   Shelby Rocker Panel Stripes
   Rear Spoiler
   Color-keyed Side Mirrors
   Electric Clock
   Center Console
   High Back Front Bucket Seats (Mach-1/Shelby)
   15x7 Shelby Wheels with gold cobra centers
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Mustang man: It is beautiful!,!!!!
Reasonwhy: Hi, back in the 1980s my grandpa owned one of these. It was one of the automatic ones. In the early 1990s he sold it. It had 40.000 original miles on it, and it was just one of the cleanest cars you would fine. All original, not restored.he never told anybody what he sold it for. I was wondering if you could tell me just about what they are worth. [Editor: some go for over $100K these days. Since car auctions have been popular on TV now, the prices have gone up.]
Carm: Heh, Reasonwhy, was your Granpa's name Floyd and did he live near Lakeland Florida, by any chance?
reason why: Sorry for the very late reply. But no, He was from Indianapolis Indiana.
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