Exotic and Collector Cars in Boise Idaho

1965 Shelby GT350 Mustang


1965 Shelby GT350 Mustang
Chassis no. SFM5S391
Engine no. 5R08K217433

Numbers Matching Drivetrain
Comprehensive restoration completed in 2009 by Cobra Automotive in Wallingford, Connecticut
Recent restoration freshening in 2016 administered by known SAAC restorer and head judge John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations in Piedmont, Oklahoma
1 of 562 Shelby GT350’s Built in 1965
Shipped to Warren Anderson Ford in Riverside, California
Aluminum T-10 4-speed manual transmission
Factory Lemans stripe
Original Crager wheels
Original California car with hidden Ford vins
Original Cobra small letter intake manifold
Holley LeMans 4-barrel carburetor
Tri-Y exhaust headers
High-performance camshaft
Listed in the Shelby Registry

GT350—No. 5S391—was received by Shelby American on May 12, 1965, with work beginning on June 7. After the car was completed on June 14, it was shipped to Warren-Anderson Ford in Riverside, California. It was invoiced on July 30 at a total price of $3,902.75, which included Cragar wheels and freight. The signature Lemans stripes were included free of charge. It was purchased by Webber & Cooper Leasing of Ontario, California, on August 17, with the clutch equalizer bar replaced on Sept 15 at 1,946 miles. After several California owners over the years, in 2007 the car was purchased by Rick Manetta. At the time, the car had been sitting for 14 years and Manetta commissioned a top-notch restoration by Cobra Automotive—a world-renowned Cobra/Mustang restoration facility in Wallingford, Connecticut—that was completed in 2009. In 2016, the GT350 was sent to SAAC Restorer and Head Judge John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations in Piedmont, Oklahoma, where the car was freshened to Concours standards.

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