This 1968 GT500 Fastback is listed as No. 01824 in the official Shelby Registry and was originally shipped to Nagle Ford, Inc. in Rochester, NY, where it was delivered to first owner J.D. Baker on 4/2/1968. Subsequent owner history is also listed in the registry. Sunlit Gold with a very rare saddle interior, the Shelby is one of 1,044 GT500 fastbacks built for Shelby Automotive by the A.O. Smith Company in Michigan, where Shelby production moved…Read More
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This 1965 427 Shelby Cobra was customized by Jack Roush and is both rare and unique. Painted in metallic wineberry, the car is stunning with its purple hues on the exterior and beige custom leather on the interior. Drivetrain, suspension, interior and exterior modifications are very extensive. This vehicle was believed to be…Read More
In 2011, Ford built 950 GT500 convertibles. In this color, just 82 were manufactured, making this vehicle rare and desirable. The 5.4L supercharged DOHC 32-valve V-8 produces a massive 550-hp and 510-lb-ft of torque. This GT500 is loaded with factory options.Read More
All 2008 Shelby Mustang GT (California Edition) cars were painted Vista Blue - almost. A limited number (215) were Grabber Orange and all were sent to California. This original/one-owner GT-CS was purchased in Northern California and has never left the Golden State. Starting out life as a factory GT, every GT-CS received a vast array of enhancements at the Shelby facility in Henderson, NV. Suspension upgrades included: Ford Racing springs, shocks, sway bars and strut tower bracing. Each 4.6L 3-valve cammer engine earnedRead More
This is an NHRA certified factory-built race car. It s both rare and fast and never been raced (or driven). Based on the 2013 Ford CJ Mustang, this is an opportunity to for collectors and racers to own something special.
Factory built drag car
At a cost of over $125,000 new, this is a 2013 Super Snake. It is the second one released by Shelby in 2013 (with the first one typically retained by Shelby). It has numerous one of one features and has less than 800 miles on it by the original owner. The car is…Read More
This is an extremely rare opportunity to own one of the most unique Shelby collections. As the only car that Carroll Shelby designed from the ground up, this Shelby Series 1 collection includes six cars from the clay model to the first pre-production prototype. Collection includes…Read More
Item: Carroll Shelby’s Series 1 Jacket
This is Carroll Shelby’s personal jacket he wore while developing the Shelby Series 1. These jackets were never sold to the public and only a handful were made for the small development team working on the Series 1.
The condition is excellent and the jacket is a size XL.
Low original miles Mach 1 Mustang in stunning silver jade. Car retains about 75% of its original paint. Vehicle is equipped with a 428 Cobra Jet, 3.50 gears, close ratio 4-speed, AM radio and power steering. Black interior is original and…Read More
We are proud to offer this exceptional, collector grade 2005 Ford GT finished in Mark IV Red Clearcoat with black interior trim. This example is loaded with all four optional features such as the McIntosh receiver, Lightweight BBS Wheels, racing stripes and red calipers. Original MSRP…Read More
The Shelby GT-500 was always considered not just a muscle car, but among the best grand touring performance cars. By 1969, with the Cobra Jet 428, that reputation was only further enhanced. It was a true muscle car that came with all the creature comforts the consumer…Read More
There are still enough admirers of the original small-block Cobras that Shelby American began building authentic continuation versions in 1996. In January 2011, Shelby American announced that it would celebrate the Cobra’s 2012 50th anniversary by building a limited edition of 50…Read More
This car was used extensively as a development and demonstration car for Shelby American and is a part of Shelby history. A note from the President, Shelby American Inc.: We used this car to test and validate various parts for production car use. In that time period…Read More
This stunning 1965 Ford Mustang Fastback GT350 re-creation is beautifully finished in Acapulco Blue with a white GT 350 stripe package and Shelby style wheels. It has the original matching-numbers 289ci V8 engine with a Toploader 4-speed manual transmission and a 4…Read More
3-owners since new. Correct, ground-up restoration. Dash signed personally by Carroll Shelby. Fully documented in the Shelby (SAAC) national registry. Out of the 57 1970 GT 350 convertibles that Carroll Shelby built only 5 of them were…Read More
UNRESTORED 1968 COBRA-JET MUSTANG - Original black-plate California car with never any rust or wreck history. Original motor, transmission and rear-end. Car has been repainted one time and shows very well - Lots of pictures available, so…Read More
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 302. This Boss was delivered new in Tyrone, PA. Has original 37,109 miles and original sheet metal. This rare Boss, from the factory, has front and rear spoilers, Sport Slats, Shaker hood scoop and Magnum 500 wheels with factory correct GoodYear…Read More
In 2006, Ford released the Shelby Mustang GT-H, a modern-day interpretation of the 1966 Shelby Mustang G.T.350H Rent-A-Racer. Like its predecessor, the GT-H was available exclusively as a rental car at select Hertz rental agencies as part of their “Fun…Read More
Ford Motor Company did a courtesy deliver to buyers home in Northern California. The car was moved into, and will be moved out of garage on dollies. This is one of the LOWEST MILE COLLECTOR FORD GT in THE WORLD. Open MSO & title - ORIGINAL…Read More
In 2006, Shelby Automobiles, Inc. announced it would be continuing production of the car renamed the Series 2 and featuring a revised front and rear end and a price tag of $225,000. Despite claims that most of the production run was already sold out, the Series II never…Read More