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1969 Shelby Trans Am Mustang Boss 302 for sale on eBay

A 1969 Shelby Trans Am Mustang Boss 302 that belonged to Dan Gurney is now available for sale on eBay. Really, is there much more to say than that? There were only three cars built for the 1969 season and this car chassis 9F02R-112073 was the prototype, test car, and Ford media car. Yes, you have just stumbled upon automotive heaven.

The car was driven by Dan Gurney at Kent and he then practiced with it at Sears Point. Peter Revson drove it at Laguna Seca finishing 4th overall for the car’s best result of the 1969 season.

The car was then used as a test car at Bud Moore’s shop, raced by John Gimbel of Dark Horse Racing, went back to Bud Moore, and was then sold to Daher Racing from Guadalajara Mexico. Believe it or not, the car found its way back to Bud Moore who then sold it to Danny Moore. Danny Moore used this vehicle to win the SCCA National Championship. It was in 2003 that the 1969 Shelby Trans Am Mustang Boss 302 was restored by Phil Gallant.

The Shelby was restored to "a very high concours standard with as many of the original parts retained as possible". Tony Oddo of T.O.E Performance Products rebuilt the 8 cylinder engine to produce 527hp with 420 ft lbs of torque.

If you want it, it can be yours for $1,100,000.

Source: ebay


4 comments:

Very nice but at over $1 million a bit of a joke. This is not a winning car in the TA series and may have been the prototype for Ford but you can buy a Bud Moore car that did win for a lot less money than this. To be honest, you can build an exact copy of this car for about $60K which would be accepted at many events like Bobby Rahal’s new series. When is everyone going to remember that it is not 2006 any more and that big money for cars like this is gone?

There’s a Donohue Javelin Trans Am car floating around somewhere for $950K. So either both of them are overpriced, or this one is in the ballpark.

I would rather own a Nissan GT-R than buying a price mt GT-R which easily can smoked out the veyron.

If only i have that kind of money, then there is no reason not to buy. but unfortunately i don’t even a $100 is a pain staking to have in my work.

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