1968 Shelby GT500

The 1968 Shelby GT500 may not be as famous as the 1967 or as desirable as the KR model, but a clean example still commands a premium price tag. This was the case with this 1968 GT500 that was sold at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Orange County this weekend. Finished in rare Sunlit Gold, the car recently underwent a rotisserie restoration and comes with the original sales invoice, a complete Marti report and a full build sheet from the restoration. The final selling price of $137,500 – fair market value – made it the second most expensive Mustang in the auction.

Gavel Price: $125,000

Final Selling Price: $137,500


Matching numbers, rotisserie restored Shelby GT500 in the rare Sunlit Gold paint color. Documentation includes original invoice, Build Sheet and Marti Report.


Rotisserie restored to its original condition. This matching numbers Shelby GT500 retains the original and rare Sunlit Gold paint color. The documentation includes the original sales invoice, the Build Sheet found during restoration, the complete Marti Auto Works vehicle verification report, title and registrations from previous owner and dealer repair invoices.

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