I’m not a car nut, but when a find like this turns up it’s more archeology than automotive, really. A 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 428 Cobra Jet – that is a mouthful – but say it and it’ll drop any car collector’s jaw. The now-deceased automotive connoisseur that owned this beauty never washed it for fear of scratching the paintjob or causing the slightest bit of rust. It’s been estimated that the only time the car was ever washed was before delivery. Accordingly, the car is in absolute MINT, showroom condition. The spark plugs, belts, fan, and hoses are all original. The only items that are not from 1969 are the tires. Considering this highly collectable GT500 has sat since 1973, it’s an extreme rarity. It was originally purchased for just $5,245, which was twice what a Mustang would sell for at the time. Now it should sell at auction for $100,000+ on April 25th. Three well-known names that will be bidding, I’ll bet; Seinfeld, Leno and Lauren.