Stolen 1967 Shelby GT500 found stripped outside of Tulsa

A stolen 1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 was recovered in a subject in the vicinity of Tulsa, Okla., final week right after a local tip led law enforcement to a farm discipline that housed several abandoned autos and other discarded items. In accordance to KTUL Information Channel 8 in Tulsa, the valued efficiency car experienced been stripped of quite a few of its exterior panels just before law enforcement positioned it, but some crucial things (such as the engine and considerably of the cooling program) experienced not but been pulled. 

“The GT-500 was coated with brush and cardboard containers, and situated in a pretty rural spot around Mounds,” the Tulsa Law enforcement Office posted to its Fb site with the pics accompanying this write-up. “The car is intact, but the hood, doors, and front fender have been all taken off. The engine is intact, but the auto has a ton of damage.”

“Vehicle Theft Detectives also located a stolen dump truck and a stolen sedan on the same property,” the division said. “Guidelines from the public and interviews led detectives to this spot, where by an aerial search was done that led to us locating the stolen Mustang.”

The automobile surely was worthy of a lot more as a sum than as elements (Hagerty values ’67 GT500s commencing at $120,000), apart from that it is really possibly really hard to provide this kind of a large-profile product. Fortunately, however the robbers evidently produced progress in extracting this outdated pony’s benefit, most of what continues to be appears to be reasonably intact.

1 of the suspects arrested in connection with the theft allegedly labored for a shifting company hired by the GT500’s owner. The auto was described stolen from a locked warehouse.