Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale - Barn Find 1965 Shelby GT350

Cars like this wonderful barn find 1965 Shelby GT350 always raise the question: restore or preserve? This amazing car will cross the block Saturday, January 21st. Live coverage continues from Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale on SPEED. "Like" the Barrett-Jackson on SPEED Facebook page for exclusive, behind-the-scenes content for fans only! And don't forget to join the conversation with the SPEED hosts, industry experts and other fans in the SPEED Social Garage at Barrett-Jackson. http://bit.ly/BJA2012Social Follow Barrett-Jackson on SPEED: http://www.Facebook.com/BarrettJacksonOnSPEED http://Twitter.com/BarrettOnSPEED #BJA2012

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Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale - Big Money Cars 1965 Shelby GT350
Matt Stone is very excited to see this barn find 1965 Shelby GT350 cross the block. We expect a bidder battle royale on this amazing find when it crosses the block Saturday, January 21st at Barrett-Jackson. Live coverage continues from Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale on SPEED. "Like" the Barrett-Jackson on SPEED Facebook page for exclusive, behind-the-scenes content for fans only! And don't forget to join the conversation with the SPEED hosts, industry experts and other fans in the SPEED Social Garage at Barrett-Jackson. http://bit.ly/BJA2012Social Follow Barrett-Jackson on SPEED: http://www.Facebook.com/BarrettJacksonOnSPEED http://Twitter.com/BarrettOnSPEED #BJA2012





1965 Shelby GT-350 Mustang Stolen and Recovered 25 Years Later
In 1982 a 1965 Shelby GT-350 Mustang owned by a young Marine stationed at Cherry Point, North Carolina was stolen. The Marine soon deployed and never saw that car again—until 2007 when an NICB agent contacted him with news that his Mustang was located in Maryland. In the intervening years since it was stolen, the Mustang's true identity—its vehicle identification number (VIN)—had been professionally altered and matched with a fraudulent title. It was then sold to an unsuspecting buyer who eventually put a new $12,000 Shelby engine in it. The duped owner was contacted in 2007 by the Maryland State Police and an NICB special agent asking to inspect his Shelby. As you can imagine, he was absolutely dazed when they informed him that his prized possession was, in fact, stolen property. That young Marine from 1982—now a professional airline pilot—was overjoyed when he was notified that his dream car had been recovered and was in excellent condition. And in a classy gesture of goodwill—he was not legally required to do so—the pilot gave the former owner a check for $12,000 for the engine.





A True Barn Find - 1965 Shelby GT350 Sells At Barrett-Jackson
Lot #1263.1 of the 2012 Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction sells in 90 seconds. Sorry for the camera shake and all that





Original Owner Unrestored Mustang - Hertz Shelby GT 350 - Barn Find
http://www.AutoTraderClassics.com: The original owner of this unrestored Hertz Shelby GT 350 shows the bill of sale and tells the story of his car at the Mustang 45th Anniversary celebration, and all Mustang car show, in Birmingham, AL at Barber Motorsports Park. Browse barn finds, restored classics, all-original wonders, rare last-of-its-kind models, performance, exotic cars and more on http://www.AutoTraderClassics.com. Find your dream car today.




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