This is a True Barn Find 68 Shelby GT-350 Fastback Cobra Mustang! Rescued it out of hibernation a while back where it has been tucked away since 1985 Also have the previous owners old 1984 student college ID card with a picture of how he looked back in the day on it so someone could put the face to the car that owned it back in the day, its just cool history and he left a David Bowie concert ticket in the glovebox from 1984 when he played in Austin tx, some old gas receipts and etc, thought that was pretty cool. This car only has 82k on the odometer which is so good that it was parked almost 37 years ago. The previous owner bought it in 1983 and parked it in 1985 when he was pulling into the car wash a little to fast and slid into the wall and bumped the passenger front fender. He said he was so frustrated he just left and parked it and never drove it againThe motor is a 302 V8 250 Hp, untouched other than a distributor cap, plugs, wires, fuel filter everything else looks original. The motor oil is cleaner than a new car and is right on the full spot. All the Cobra stuff is still on the motor including the valve covers, air cleaner, Holley 600cfm, Factory Intake # C8ZE-9425-A, looks to be factory distributor just maybe a aftermarket cap, The rear unpainted factory vacuum port is there that connects to the booster, Factory Aluminum Intake Spacer between carb, 7 blade fan, and the cobra dress up kit. They ran exhaust manifolds from the factory on 68 Shelby's instead of headers so they would have room for power steering. This car has a 3 speed automatic transmission in it. The underside of this car is in great shape, just needs a good cleaning. I don't see any rust on this car, it was pulled off the road in 85 and stored properly for 35 years so it never really had a chance to get rust. The only thing missing on this car is the battery and the gas tank was removed but all the gas tank factory parts are there to put it back when you order another tank.