Shelby

1970 Shelby GT500 428SCJ 4-Speed Drag Pack!

Update 10/20/20 – This toasted Shelby has been relisted here on eBay with no reserve. How high will it go? From 9/30/20 – I have always found the ’69 and ’70 Ford Shelby Mustangs to be the least desirable… more»

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Cobra Successor? 1994 Kelly Python Prototype

Update 10/14/20 – The seller of this Python has lowered their price by $2k. Is that enough to find a buyer for this unique Mustang? Find it here on craigslist for $37,500. Thanks for to Pat L for the… more»

Clean and Green: 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500

The additions that were made to transform the exterior of the humble Mustang into the Shelby GT500 created a car with a sense of menace and purpose. Today, these rate as one of the most highly sought American classics…. more»

1 Of 24: 1969 Ford Mustang Shelby GT350

It doesn’t matter how many I see, nicely preserved Shelby Mustangs will get my attention either time – especially when they wear colors like this gorgeous shade of Acapulco Blue. The seller notes this color code with this equipment… more»

Turbo Project: 1986 Dodge Shelby Charger

Despite having a cracked head, there’s already one bid to $2,000 for this 1986 Dodge Shelby Charger, which is said to be a long-term project that never got started. The market for these genuine Shelby cars is pretty soft… more»

Estate Sale Find: 1965 Shelby GT350 Paxton Prototype?

The other day, my buddy Sid called me up to tell me about a 1965 Shelby GT350R that was being sold off by a local auction company. We both had our doubts but after closer inspection, I’m starting to… more»

One Owner For 28 Years: 1968 Shelby GT500

I remember the first time that I spied a ’68 Shelby Mustang. It was a new convertible and it was cooling its heels next to a garage in the back alley of an upscale residential neighborhood. I knew it… more»

28,600 Original Miles: 1983 Dodge Shelby Charger

While it’s not terribly uncommon to see the Dodge Shelby Charger still pop up for sale in decent condition, you’d be forgiven for forgetting that numerous collectors socked these cars away in the hopes of a second coming of… more»

DAX Kit Car Project: 1966 Cobra 427 Replica

DAX is noted for being the first British company to take on the challenge of building an authentic Cobra replica, and is a breed of kit car we don’t often see come up for sale. The company has the… more»

Factory Moonroof: 1987 Dodge Shelby Charger

This 1987 Dodge Shelby Charger is a barn find of sorts, but it hasn’t been hiding in the dark corners of an ancient structure for long; it went into storage in 2018, so it remains somewhat fresh despite its… more»

One Of A Kind: Prototype 1999 Shelby Series 1

If you love supercars and have a dream to own something truly special, this car is for you! It’s a real-deal prototype of the Shelby Series 1 and it’s coming up soon here on the Mecum auction block. What’s… more»

Goes Like Hell S’more: 1986 Shelby Omni GLH-S

It’s rare that a car checks these three boxes: affordable; blessed by Caroll Shelby; an 80s hot hatch; and legitimately quick. That’s what we have, however, with this super clean 1986 Shelby Omni GLH-S which comes up for auction… more»

1969 Shelby GT500 Project!!!

It’s hard to believe genuine Shelby Mustangs still turn up in project-grade condition, but here’s yet another one that needs rescuing. This time, it’s a 1969 GT500 equipped with an automatic transmission. It’s been stripped of most of its… more»

Final Year: 1987 Dodge Shelby Charger

When people hear “Dodge Charger” I’d be willing to bet they first picture 1 of 2 eras – either the first 3 generations (1966-1974) or the newest iteration (2006+). So, let’s not forget the L-Body Charger of the 1980s,… more»

Package of Projects: Nova Wagon, Shelby Charger and More!

This seller up near Bangor, Maine is offering a package deal that may be tantalizing enough to warrant the long drive from almost anywhere to go check them out. It’s clear he has a variety of projects, but to… more»

Street Beast: 1966 Cobra Convertible Project

According to the classic car insurer Hagerty, the average value for a 1966 Shelby Cobra is about $1,300,000! For those of us that can’t afford a seven-figure real Cobra, a “kit” car is a great alternative. Kits like this… more»