A week ago, Monterey car week exhibited a variety of Ford Mustangs, some of which were disposable at RM. Though this event is mostly known for the exhibition of European sports cars, a number of Mustangs was present too. This year, the scene encompassed two Shelby GT350R race cars, a 1966 Shelby GT350H race car, the last ever built 1970 Shelby GT350, and a 1969 Mustang Boss 429.
1969 Ford Mustang Boss 429 – $275,000
This Mustang Boss 429 is produced in 1969 and it counts as one of the first 50 “priority built” cars. It has a Candy Apple Red finish. Ed Meyer is the guy responsible for restoring this beauty. FYI, Meyer is the Shelby American Automobile Club head judge. The closing price bid was $275,000.
1970 Shelby GT350 – $189,750 – $189,750
This is the very last Shelby GT350 ever built, especially when it comes to models with classic design. Its specifications are unique. It is colored in Grabber Yellow. This model has undergone a restoration back in 2006. Its selling price reached $189,750. This is the highest price at which a 1970 GT350 was ever sold.
1966 Shelby GT350H Race Car –$104,500
The 1966 Shelby GT350H sold at Monterey car week is an original Hertz rental cars. It was first sold in 1966. Soon afterwards, it became a race car. In 2003, it underwent a restoration. A specially produced 295 cubic inch engine was adjusted in its hood, which delivers 575 horsepower and 450 lb-ft torque. The Shelby is furthermore equipped with American Racing R-model wheels, 5-point harnesses, Kirkey aluminum racing seats, and an R-model dashboard and gauges. This car was priced at $104,500.