Shelby will be heading to the 2014 Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona with a very special limited edition Cobra 289 FIA 50th Anniversary sports car.
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Shelby American has announced that 2013 will be the last year of availability for the Shelby GT350, with the company taking new orders through December 31, 2013.
The Pony Car Wars Continue
We are back with this week’s installment of AutoGuide’s newest, interactive weekly feature ‘Commute, Toy or Destroy’.
Shelby Performance Parts has introduced some new race-inspired upgrades for a variety of different Ford Mustang models, ranging from the base car to the Shelby GT500.
A custom Shelby GT500 modified by a group called “Friends of Carroll” has sold for $200,000 at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Carroll Shelby, the man behind the Shelby American name, passed away some months ago, but not without making sure his legacy was carried on.
Testing Ford's newest tech in the 662-hp GT500
Driving a ‘Stang daily is a pleasant experience, but it’s another revelation to drive it to its maximum potential.
Each year, Ford engineers and designers deliver new features that keep consumers and enthusiasts alike appreciative of the manufacturer’s constant efforts in improvement. Within the new Mustang’s dashboard mounted 4-inch LCD productivity screen, drivers can view extensive details on their fuel consumption and vehicle performance. Now, transforming that screen and the drive into a real-world video game is the all-new Track Apps feature.
A 2009 GT500KR that was originally titled to the man Carroll Shelby himself, will be heading to the Vicari’s Biloxi auction on October 7th-14th, 2012.
When there’s only one prototype of a car in existence, and it features the name ‘Shelby’ in it, there’s no doubt it’s one of the rarest and most sought after collector cars in the world.
Carroll Shelby, the automotive legend, died last night at age 89 because of medical complications.
Shelby has been synonymous with the Mustang nameplate since its 2007 re-establishment as Ford‘s halo car producer, but that might be changing soon.
It seems the low-volume performance tuner currently best known for the Shelby GT500 is exploring the possibility of tuning other Ford vehicles to maximize performance., according to AutoBlog.
We already know that a contract to continue producing the GT500 through 2020 is in place, but an interview with Shelby president John Luft hints at more than one product in the future.