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1966 Ford Shelby Mustang GT350 Fastback Tribute, Clone, Vintage, Rare VIN

  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • Type: Fastback
  • Year: 1966
  • Mileage: 7000
  • VIN: 5F073331951
  • Color: Wimbledon White with Guardsman blue stripe
  • Engine size: 302
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Midland, Georgia, United States


1966 Ford Mustang GT350 Shelby Fastback Tribute

Don't have $250,000 to spend on an original Shelby Fastback, but still want a car that will turn heads and win awards? AND you can drive it every day if you want?

This vintage Tribute 1966 Fastback Shelby Mustang GT350 began as two separate cars - the bottom half was a 1965 coupe and the top was an original 1966 Mustang Fastback (NOT a fabrication).The two halves were flawlessly married together and beautifully painted Wimbledon white with a blue stripe (NOT a sticker).The car was nearly a shell on wheels when I bought it 10 years ago.Over the years, many talented craftsmen have worked hard to make this car a fitting tribute to the great Carl Shelby name.All work has been done with quality workmanship using original, reproduction, and after-market parts to make this a powerful, fun-to-drive car that turns heads wherever it goes!

Go to Gordon's website to see a picture under the customer's car tab:

These parts are original Mustang parts:

·Fastback doors

·Seats to include rear folding seat

These parts are reproduction Mustang parts:

·66 Shelby GT Gas Cap

These are aftermarket parts:

·Automatic 302cc Engine - Completely rebuilt 2009 - Only 6,000 miles on current engine and transmission

·Eldelbrock Performer Aluminum Cylinder Heads (ELD60329)

·Elderbrock Intake Manifold

·Elderbrock Victor Aluminum Water Pump (ELD 8842)

·MSD High Vibration Blaster Coil PN 8222

·Holley Fuel Pump (chrome plated) #12-833 (80 GPH)

·Plantronics Distributor (PNXD130710)

·Ceramic coated full-length tube headers

·Holley Carburetor

·Monte Carlo Bar (Satin Curved Bar)

·Cobra Valve Covers (Black Wrinkle)

·Transmission Rebuilt by AAMCO 2009

·MACH Aluminum Pulleys

·Performance 5 leaf spring with adjustable poly shackle

·Performance 620lb front coil springs

·Flaming River steering box

·Stainless Steel Brake Company Front Brake Conversion

·65-66 V8 Aluminum Radiator

·LED Tail Lights

·Painless Wiring Harness

The engine and automatic transmission was rebuilt, the suspension replaced, and the interior was restored to resemble a 1966 GT350, complete with a rear folding rear seat.This car is so much fun to drive and has lots of power.


1966 GT350 5 Gauge Instrument Bezel

FAZE Gauges (Oil Pressure, Voltage, Temp, Fuel)

Custom Auto Sound USA66 Radio with CD Changer controls

64-66 front kick panels with upgrade Pioneer 2-way 150 Watt Speakers

Dash Pad Vinyl (Concourse quality)

Dash Pad Cover (ABS)

Additional floor padding under new carpet

GT350 logo Front floor mats

66 Shelby GT350 Steering Wheel Center Cap

Wood steering wheel

ABS Front hood heat shield (Note: unfortunately we installed this heat shield after the heat from the engine caused some slight bubbling in the blue stripe paint - see picture)


Custom Billet Radiator Grille

A note about our MYSTERY VIN number:

Our car’s VIN has been a mystery since the engine code number was not widely used nor is it known by anyone except for Ford experts.

The VIN is stamped on a plate attached to the driver’s side and is also stamped on the frame under the front fender. The title states this VIN and has been used to register and insure the car. There is not a VIN plate on the door because this car’s doors were originally on a Fastback.

Here's an explanation of the VIN code (you can find details at

5 = year code 1965 (from the coupe body)

F = Dearborn Plant production

07 = hardtop coupe body code (a Fastback code would be 09)

3 = engine code - this usually would be a letter not a number, but recently we have spoken with experts at Marti Auto Works ( and 623-935-2558) who tell us that a “3” was used to signify a Low Compression 289 engine that was probably manufactured specifically for export to another country.

33951 = consecutive unit number or the order the Mustang was built in the factory

From “Since the Mustangs were first manufactured there were comprehensive records kept of each vehicle. Tragically there was a fire/flood at the storage location and ALL records of the 1964 1/2 to 1966 Mustangs were destroyed... cut and paste the following into your browser.

The title is correct and we have not had any questions when registering and insuring the car since we purchased it.

Sorry, but because of the VIN, export is difficult so US buyers only accepted.

Please contact us if you have any questions! In-person test drives available and phone calls are accepted. Just message us through eBay to arrange.

Buyer is responsible for arranging vehicle pick-up and delivery.

$500 deposit is required within 24 hours, and final payment will be expected within 7 days.

PayPal is preferred, but we will accept a cashier's check or a money order too.