Pasco, WA – Trucks and Auto Auctions owners Jake & Josh Musser announced the final price paid for a 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake Reintroduction – #3 of only 10 made – sold at the 4th Annual Northwest Collector Car Auction which took place on Saturday, May 28, 2022. The extraordinary legend of muscle sold for $662,000, the highest price paid at auction for this vehicle make introduced by Shelby American in 2018.
When Shelby American reintroduced this sought after muscle car, only 10 were built. Truck and Auto Auctions offered #3 of the 10 genuine Shelby continuation cars and it was the first one ever to be for resale. Originally out of the 10, five were shipped out of the country and one is owned by Jay Leno. The collector car was finished in a Wimbledon White with GT500 side stripes and Guardsman blue Super Snake striped. The car was sold with full documentation including Marti report, certificate of authenticity, build sheet, pre-delivery service sheet and photos.
ABOUT TRUCKS AND AUTO AUCTIONS
Trucks and Auto Auctions began as a small public auto auction in 2009 in Nampa, Idaho. In 2016, the Musser family purchased the location and began changing and adapting how auctions were conducted. In 2018, Trucks and Auto of Pasco was launched. Today the Pasco auction house is owned and operated by the Musser family. For more information to go www.trucksandautoauctions.com
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