1967 Shelby Terlingua Continuation Mustang

Many of the Shelby Mustangs here at Barrett-Jackson are the typical high-dollar collector cars: low mileage, carefully restored or in original condition, matching numbers etc. This particular Shelby Mustang is a little different, though. Designated as an official Shelby continuation car, this 1967 Mustang (registered as a 1968) was built as a modern interpretation of the 1967 Trans-Am race car driven by Jerry Titus and Ken Miles. The car features Gawdawful Yellow paint (no, seriously), a modern interior and a 525 horsepower 408ci V8 under the hood. We had no idea what the Terlingua Continuation would sell for, but the $110,000 seemed about right. You can see the vehicle description, a video of the auction as well as our live photos below.

Vehicle Description:

For old school Terlingua Racing Team fans, Shelby Automobiles and Bill Neale introduced the 1967 Terlingua continuation model Mustang that is revamped with modern technology. On the exterior the car looks like the vintage 1967 Trans-Am race car driven by Jerry Titus and Ken Miles. Under the sheet metal it is serious new age performance. From the authentic paint scheme to the 408/525hp engine the car is all business. Many documents and numerous pictures from the day the coupe rolled into the shop until the car was unveiled at the SEMA show with Carroll Shelby and Bill Neale and then went to the Shelby museum.

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