As one of the 789 1970 Shelby GT500s sold, this example only misses the survivor designation by one paint job. The car was repainted to exacting standards that give this machine a factory look that can’t be mistaken. The rest of the car however, remains unmolested. The engine has never been taken out of the car, and with less than 50,000 miles it’s easy to understand why. The interior is also original from the carpet to the headliner and everything in between. The engine runs perfectly and still appears as it did when it left the the factory, down to the original decals. This rare example of an unmolested low production number car is a rare piece of history that would make a nice addition to any collection.