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Old 04-18-2012, 07:56 PM   #1
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My wife's uncle passed away on New Years eve.Never married and no children.He had a 67 Shelby GT350 that my wifes aunt(his sister)got from him.The car is is an authentic shelby.The aunt was wondering if they had any build plaques on them.I haven't looked for myself but told her if it does have one it would be in the engine bay or somewhere in the interior.Does anyone know if they have one and where it would be located?Also do they have an average price that they sell for?The car is 100% original but would need restored.The car has been in storage for atleast 25 yrs.He drained all of the engine fluids when he parked it.Any help here would be appreciated.
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Old 04-19-2012, 06:55 AM   #2
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I will ask my brother who has a newer Shelby GT, but if you want the best place to ask this question would be on the Shelby Forums at www.teamshelby.com
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I found a plaque on the top of the drivers fender.It stated it was a Shelby American built vehicle it also has a vehicle serial number on it.Right underneath the plaque is a different number stamped in the fender.So I will do some more research to see what I can find out.Thanks
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