document would have been part of the last accounting records of Shelby American, Inc.
The date of this document places it's creation after Ford's acquisition
of the company.
The document included three pages from the Automotive division, one page
from the parts division and one page from the Racing division.
A mere three weeks after the this document
was created, all assets of the company and a small staff were sent to
Ionia to form the Shelby Automotive Company (SAC) and help to transition the '68 production
to the A.O.
Smith Plastics company.
Company Cars (Ford Fixed Assets)
updates to this research can be found here:
1967 Company Cars Table.
on the assigned value, #0139, the only convertible, would be the most expensive
1967 G.T. 500 company car. Car #0003, a G.T. 350, is the most expensive G.T.
company car overall.