1966 Shelby GT350 “Carry-Over”

Courtesy of Bonhams

This 1966 Shelby GT350’s early life was spent with Worcester, MA, dealer Harr Ford as a racer/demonstrator. In 1967 Francis “Fran” Grayson visited Harr to purchase a new high-performance car and opted for this GT350.

Fran used it extensively both on the road and on the drag strip until parking it in 1976 in a storage building. It only recently re-emerged.

Despite being driven in New England conditions, the Shelby has survived quite well. Some rust has affected the car, but a sympathetic treatment should allow some repairs. The Shelby is being offered with no attempts having been made to recommission the car in any way.

The Shelby includes its five original Cragar Shelby mags as well as NOS Ford quarter panels (still in a factory crate), NOS Ford right front fender, NOS Ford gas tank and two good used doors.

A one-owner, totally original and unmolested GT350 is a rare discovery today. This is a very special opportunity to acquire one of these coveted icons.