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1967 Shelby Cobra

1967 Shelby Cobra

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Carroll Shelby had built a dual supercharged 427 Cobra (CSX3015) in 1967, which he pulled from one of the 19 MKIII Competitions. The Cobra was renamed "Super Snake" and in 1968, Road & Track referred to it as "The Cobra to End All Cobras."
1966 Shelby Cobra

1966 Shelby Cobra

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In 1966, the MKIII Cobras were still being produced and raced. The MK III missed homologation for the 1965 season, but private owners continued to race the car and were winning races all the way into the 70s.
1963 Shelby Cobra

1963 Shelby Cobra

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At the end of 1962, AC's chief engineer completed a major redesign of the car's front end and was able to fit it with rack and pinion steering. The new car entered production early 1963 and was designated MKII.
1962 Shelby Cobra

1962 Shelby Cobra

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AC, a British specialty manufacturer was rumored to soon go bankrupt, and needed an engine to replace their dated pre-World War II design by BMW. Carroll Shelby airmailed AC a letter asking them if they would build him a car modified to accept a V8 engine.
1970 Shelby Mustang

1970 Shelby Mustang

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The 1970 Shelby Mustang would be the last year from Shelby. Around 789 1969 Shelbys went unsold, so they were updated with new VINs under FBI supervision, and twin black hood stripes were added along with a Boss 302 type chin spoiler.
1967 Shelby Mustang

1967 Shelby Mustang

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Shelby introduced a new model in 1967, the GT500. The GT350 continued to house the 289ci, while the GT500 received the larger 428ci. Shelby now began parting ways from the basic Mustang model to make the cars look more performance-oriented, while also being able to deliver that performance.
1965 Shelby Mustang

1965 Shelby Mustang

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The Shelby Mustang is a high-performance variant of the Ford Mustang which was built by Shelby American from 1965-1970. The 1965-66 cars were the smallest and lightest of the GT 350. The cars were often called "Cobras."
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