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Unrestored Fastback: 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

Great colors and a gently-aged appearance are two ideal qualities in an un-restored muscle car, and this 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350 is perfect example. Fitted with the preferred manual transmission and said to be a complete car, this… more»

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One Family Owned: 1968 Ford Mustang GT500KR

This 1968 Ford Mustang GT500KR has been in single family ownership all its life, and is said to remain incredibly original – right down to the soft top and rear window. The GT500KR is the ultimate spec, with the… more»

Home Alone Hot Rod: 1985 Dodge Omni GLH Turbo

This 1985 Dodge Omni GLH is the desirable turbocharged hot hatch that surprised many more imposing performance cars back in the day. The seller has owned it for some time and provides plenty of detail on the tweaks and… more»

Rare Grabber Green: 1969 Shelby GT500

By 1969, sales for the Shelby GT500 had fallen to the point where not all of the ’69 production run could be sold before year’s end. Of the 3,150 cars that actually found homes in 1969, only 416 were… more»

Recent Refurbishment: 1968 Shelby GT350 H

A refurbishment in 2015 has left this 1968 Shelby GT350 H looking extremely nice, and judging by the photos, this is a classic that is ready to be driven and enjoyed by a lucky new owner. If you would… more»

Stunning 1968 Shelby GT350!

Bidding is currently at $56,100 for this 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350, and I’m not to see the reserve unmet. It’s a pretty special car, with the preferred manual transmission and just one repaint in its lifetime that appears… more»

Budget 1969 Shelby GT350?

To the Mustang faithful, the name Shelby is like the Holy Grail – it conjures up trigger words like K-Code, KR, GT 500, GT 350, Cobra-Jet and so on. This exaltation has been bestowed on ’65 to ’68 Shelby… more»

Easy Restoration: 1968 Shelby GT500

This 1968 Shelby Cobra GT 500 is a solid car with no major rust issues. It will need a cosmetic refresh at some point in the future, but none of the work required would seem to be urgent. It… more»

Authentic 1968 Shelby GT350 Project

Up for sale is a 1968 Shelby GT350 that is claimed to be an original, Candy Apple Red example. The seller has a Marti report to support the authenticity of this car. You know a car has some potential… more»

1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Project!

While the official figures claimed that the 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 pumped out 355 horsepower, the reality with the car was slightly different. It is claimed that these figures were grossly underestimated, and a figure as high as… more»

1 Of 224 Rent-A-Racers: 1968 Shelby GT350 Hertz

When Ford decided to give the Mustang a redesign for the 1967 model year, they ended up making the Mustang a larger and heavier car. On the upside, they are more comfortable to drive and they look fantastic! Once… more»

Shelby Rent-A-Car: 1988 Shelby CSX-T

This 1988 Dodge Shadow is a limited production Shelby CSX-T, one of 1,000 cars made for rental car company Thrifty. Similar to his partnership with Hertz in the 60s, Carroll Shelby re-initiated the popular practice of renting a high… more»

Monster Omni: 1986 Shelby GLH-S

This 1986 Shelby GLH-S is a no-reserve project car that is one of just 500 made. Basically a spicier version of the already punchy Omni GLH, the GLH-S featured fairly raucous performance in an economy car wrapper. This project… more»

Turbo 5-Speed: 1989 Dodge Lancer Shelby

This 1989 Dodge Lancer Shelby is quite rare, due not only to its limited production numbers but also because most folks know about the Shelby Lancer – this being a Lancer Shelby means it was assembled by Dodge in Detroit,… more»

Sub-20K Miles: 1984 Dodge Shelby Charger

This pretty 1984 Dodge Shelby Charger has just over 17,000 miles from new on the clock and presents as being in as-new condition. The early Shelby creations weren’t as powerful as the later cars, but still packed lots of… more»

Final Shelby Dodge: 1989 Dodge Shadow Shelby CSX-VNT

UPDATE – This Shelby ended up selling for $13,200! At the tail end of the 1980s, Carroll Shelby got his hands on the P-Body Dodge Shadow and Plymouth Sundance compact cars and created the limited-production Shelby CSX, an acronym… more»