1969 Shelby GT350 SCCA B Production Fastback

By the late '60s, the Shelby Mustang had moved into luxury GT territory. Ford took over production of the car from Shelby, with the man himself having little input in the car's development and the focus on competition gone. This 1969 Shelby GT350 has quite a different story. Sold new in California, the car was stolen and damaged shortly after the initial sale. The insurance company passed on repairing the car and cashed out the owner. It was then bought by ABC Auto Wreckers of San Leandro, California, whose owner, Jerry Lecatse, built it for the SCCA's B Production class. The car received a Boss 302 engine, roll cage, and Grabber Green paint over Maier fiberglass bodywork and was raced between 1973 and 1980. By this time, the car was blue and classed for GT1 racing with a 351 Cleveland big block. The next owner planned on returning the car to its earlier racing spec until a fire burned through the storage unit. The car would sit until 1994 when the owner and famous hot-rodder Doane Spencer began the restoration. Spencer passed in 1995, with the project finished in 2012. The current owner brought the GT350 to Sportscar Vintage Racing Association Gold Medallion specs, with all parts being original or true copies of period-correct kit as per the 1969 SCCA Rule Book. The car currently has a 437 horsepower 302 motor, is ready to race, and is about to be auctioned.

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