1967 Group 2 Mustang Shelby T/A
© Kevin Rich, Dave Petersen, Wolfgang Kohrn - November 6th, 2009 updated January 30th, 2011
Car was then sold to Jim Barber,
who then sold it to John and Mary Ellen Wilkins in 1968. Raced mainly in
A-Sedan races in California Region, places
like Cotati and Riverside.
Finished 8th in A-Sedan in SCCA Northern Pacific Region and 1st in SCCA San Francisco Region in 1968.
Raced at Sears Point Trans-Am race in 1969, finished 17th co-drove with Merle Brennan.
Finished 11th in Northern Pacific Region and 2nd in San Francisco Region in 1969.
Car sold and purchased by Clay Priola in April 1970.
Raced at Riverside Trans-Am race in 1970, did not finish (Engine).
Raced at Riverside Trans-Am race in 1971, did not finish.
Finished 1st in A-Sedan in San Francisco Region in 1970.
Finished 3rd in A-Sedan in San Francisco Region in 1971.
Car sold to Rubin Magaua in Dec. 1973 and delivered to Mexico.
Found in Mexico and purchased by Kevin Rich (Pflugerville, TX) in 1988.
Restored to 1968 specifications and is presently being vintaged raced.
Car featured in May 1996 in Super Ford Magazine.
Car has vintaged raced at Texas World Speedway, TX, Hallet Motor Speedway, OK, Heartland Park, Topeka, KS, Pueblo, Colorado, Sears Point, Road America, Watkins Glen.
The History of the 1967 SA notchback #7
Mary Ellen Wilkins (Picture courtesy William Culkins)
The car during Mary Ellen Wilkins ownership (Picture courtesy William Culkins/Kevin Rich)
Dito - Picture courtesy William Culkins/Kevin Rich
Clay Priola in the corkscrew at Laguna Seca (Picture courtesy William Culkins)