2015 50th Anniversary Mustang GT

It hasn’t always been smooth sailing in the Motor City, but the team at Ford knows how to build up hype for big events like no other, highlighted by those celebrating the iconic pony car.

On April 17, 1964, Henry Ford II, Lee Iaccoca , and company introduced the all-new Ford Mustang to a crowd of eager onlookers and curious media members alike at the annual World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York…

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1965 Shelby Mustang GT350

This exceptional very early-build 1965 GT350 is presented with no missing or altered components from its build, with all of the rare Shelby unique parts from 1965 intact. Also of great importance is the rust- and damage-free original body shell that displays all of the Shelby American modifications performed in just that one year of 1965. Historical research, along with supporting documentation, reveals that SFM5S089 was completed at Shelby American Inc. in late1964 and then…

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1968 Shelby Mustang GT500 Fastback

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…

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2008 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-CS

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 earned

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Carroll Shelby’s Series 1 Development Jacket

Item: Carroll Shelby’s Series 1 Jacket

Price: $4900/offer


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. 

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