1969 Shelby GT350, 9F02M482329 is best described by it's SAAC Registry listing from the 2014 edition:
"GT350. F60x15 tires. Shipped to Shelby Automotive Engineering (Brighton, MI) 5/19/69; MSRP $5149.50; dealer cost $4225.30; invoiced to FoMoCo at cost $3586.40. The car was built at Ford with a Cougar dash, a note that plate number assigned was #69ST316, Cougar Interior, 351C prototype engine, 6000 rpm tach and 120 mph speedometer and special engineering numbers. Shipped to Fred Goodall for development of Conelec fuel injection 3/31/70. List of company cars dated 3/31/70 showed the car in service as development vehicle for fuel injection, valued at $3586.40. The transmission has the correct Shelby VIN, #2329. Subsequent dealer history not known. Original owner not known..."
1969 Shelby #2329 is currently powered by its experimental 351 Cleveland motor (all regular production 1969 and 1970 Shelbys were equipped with 351 Windsor motors), featuring "XE" casting Ford Experimental Cylinder heads, Aluminum Intake, Water pump and Exhaust manifolds. It is shifted by an Experimental FMX transmission (all regular production cars received C4 transmissions).
The car is currently carbureted by a 4V Boss 351 setup.
The Interior retains it's factory installed Cougar dash with unique gauges in good condition. Shelby unique roll bar and retractors are intact.