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  • RefCode: TA1058835
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: GT500
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,968
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

Shelby GT 500 Mustang

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  • RefCode: TA1084101
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: MUSTANG
  • Derivative: GT500
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,968
  • Mileage (Miles): 1,454
  • Mileage (KM): 2,339
  • Colour: Red
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

This must simply be one of the best Shelby Mustangs in the world today, with a great history file, and is ready for a test drive. Chassis Number: 8TO2S12964300551 Engine Number: F29543 UK Registration: YMO 457F

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  • RefCode: TA1099995
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: MUSTANG
  • Derivative: GT
  • Category: Hatchback
  • Year: 2,008
  • Mileage (Miles): 14,912
  • Mileage (KM): 23,998
  • Colour: Blue
  • RHD/LHD: LHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

** Rarely does an opportunity arise to buy such a truly remarkable and unique car. Please do not confuse these cars with the GT500 of the same period which were mass produced by Ford. The Shelby GTs were hand built by Shelby Automobiles Incorporated. **

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  • RefCode: TA1102237
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: COBRA
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 18th/19th Jan 2018 - RM Sotheby's - Arizona Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Arizona event, 18 - 19 January 2018. Estimates:$2,000,000 - $2,400,000 THE 427 S/C COBRAIt was classic Carroll Shelby, a delightfully mad idea made even madder: take the already ferocious 289 Cobra . . . and upgrade it with a 427. Fords engineering department assisted in redeveloping the Cobra platform to take the massive powerhouse, re-engineering the chassis to be five inches wider, and mounting coil springs all around. To contain wider wheels and tires, the body swelled with menacing fender bulges, as if it could barely conceal the throbbing 500 hp being produced by the cast-iron 427 V-8 within.Shelby intended to race the 427 Cobra, and planned to produce 100 examples in competition trim, in order to homologate the model with the FIA. Unfortunately, by the time FIA inspectors arrived at his facility, only 51 of the cars had been completed, and so he was denied their approval. He subsequently canceled his order for the remaining competition cars, with atotal of 53 competition chassis produced, of which 16 were sold to private teams, two retained as prototypes, and one sent to Ford Engineering.The remaining competition chassis, at the suggestion of Shelbys East Coast representative, were painted and completed as street cars, and marketed as the 427 S/C or Semi-Competition, the fastest road-going car ever built retaining the oil cooler, riveted hood scoop, flared fenders, side exhausts, dual lightweight batteries, 42-gallon fuel tank, and external fuel filler of full competition models. They were insanely, brutally quick, faster than many full-bore racing cars of the period, and can rightfully be considered the ultimate street Cobra.CSX 3040: SIMPLY THE BESTThe 427 Cobra S/C was built to be driven hard and fast a big hammer created for a specific purpose, in one historians words and most were downright flogged by their original owners. (Who can blame them?) There were certain cars, however, that managed to lead unusually well-preserved lives, andamong them was this S/C, chassis number CSX 3040, delivered by Shelbys Hi-Performance Motors to Dr. Robert Degnan of Hacienda Heights, California.Records in the SAAC Cobra Registry indicate that by the time second-known owner Steven Harlock offered the car for sale in 1973 it had only 8,900 actual miles and retains its comp extras as built, including side pipes, oil cooler, rollbar, 42-gallon gas tank, etc. It was purchased by Michael Haywood of England, who used it as a fun car, covering another 3,100 miles by 1979. Peter Briggs bought the car in 1980, and placed it on display in his famous York Motor Museum in Western Australia, while occasionally driving it in events such as the 1992 Targa Tasmania. Memorably registered AREALONE, it was featured in the April 1992 edition of Motor magazine, and in a 1996 issue of Wheels.Following some 20 years in Australia, the Cobra was acquired in 2001 for the esteemed collection of its present owner, a well-known enthusiast who takes pride in both thebeautiful presentation and excellent mechanical condition of his automobiles. Accordingly, CSX 3040 was handed over to Mike McCluskey of Torrance, California, the highly respected Cobra restorer and expert, and fully restored to superb condition, in silver with contrasting white and yellow body stripes, white number meatballs, and black side exhaust and rollbar.Mr. McCluskey noted that upon stripping and disassembly of the car, it was determined that all body panels were original, as well as the engine, drivetrain, interior, and accessories. The vehicle appeared to have suffered minimal, if any, accident damage and road rash over its lifetime of use.The object of the restoration was the preservation of as much originality as possible. The original instrumentation was retained and restored. The original seats (except for the carpeted backs) and the dash panel were retained. The original engine was rebuilt, blueprinted, and tested. For reliability, the engine accessories and entire electrical systemwas replaced with OEM components. The body, hood, trunk, and doors were metal-finished, primed, received multiple blockings, and were painted with acrylic urethane; almost all of the inner panels were saved and restored.The car is accompanied by a selection of related documentation, including a copy of the original sales invoice, its SAAC Cobra Registry entry, and various communications and restoration information from Mr. McCluskey. In his words, CSX 3040 now exhibits about as perfect an example as you can get of all the S/C Cobras in existence today. That is high praise from a man who has known many of them, and a testament to the irreplaceable greatness that is this particular Cobra. It has no stories, exquisite purity, and a superb restoration all that one could wish for.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AZ18.

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  • RefCode: TA1101496
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: GT500
  • Derivative: FASTBACK
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,968
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 18th/19th Jan 2018 - RM Sotheby's - Arizona Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION WITHOUT RESERVE at RM Sothebys' Arizona event, 18 - 19 January 2018. Estimates:$125,000 - $175,000 Since the new-for-1967 Mustang body shell had been designed from the outset to accept Fords larger FE-Series 390-cu. in. big-block engine, Shelby was able to drop Fords higher-displacement Interceptor 428 into the pony cars engine bay, creating the nearly 400-hp GT500. For 1968, the GT500 was comprehensively updated with an aggressive new front-end treatment, including a lengthened hood line, air scoops, and louvered cooling vents, while a neatly integrated rear spoiler was added, as well as revised head and tail lamps.This GT500 is documented by its accompanying Marti Report as having been built on 13 February 1968, under a special order in Wimbledon White with black knit vinyl luxury bucket seats, four-speed manual transmission, 3.00 rear axle, shoulder harness, Visibility Group, Sport Deck rear seat, power disc brakes and steering, tilt steering wheel, SelectAire airconditioning, AM radio, Interior Décor Group, tinted glass, and a heavy-duty battery.The car was sold new by Reynolds Motors of Syracuse, New York, to local resident Peter Flood on 9 March 1968; Mr. Flood apparently moved to Texas with the Shelby, which was serviced by Dub Shaw Ford of Fort Worth on 25 July at 6,180 miles. It has remained continuously in Texas since, with former owners listed in the SAAC Shelby Registry as Harris Nelson, Harris Jackson, and Steve Honkomp, prior to the present owners acquisition in 2007. Authentically restored and well presented today, it is ideal for local showing and, especially, for enthusiastic driving.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AZ18.

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  • RefCode: TA1076972
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: GT350
  • Derivative: RECREATION
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,966
  • Mileage (Miles): 1,162
  • Mileage (KM): 1,870
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: Manual
  • Currency: GBP

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  • RefCode: TA1101476
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: COBRA
  • Derivative: 289
  • Category: Convertible
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 18th/19th Jan 2018 - RM Sotheby's - Arizona Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Arizona event, 18 - 19 January 2018. Estimates:$900,000 - $1,200,000 According to the fourth edition of the World Registry of Cobras and GT40s, this 1965 Shelby Cobra, CSX 2442, was originally billed to Shelby American on 14 April 1964, and it was shipped to Los Angeles on 26 May aboard the SS Diemerdyk. Cobra CSX 2442 was invoiced on 19 August 1964 to Rossetter Ford, Inc., in Peoria, Illinois. The registry describes the car as 1 Cobra-Ford, chassis #CSX 2442, Red/black at a price of $5,195 with Class A accessories, including a luggage rack, wire wheels (the Registry states chrome, but it is shared that this car has actually had painted wire wheels from day one), whitewall tires, a hardtop, side curtains, and freight for a total of $6,070.05. The car was delivered to Illinois via a Shelby transporter. CSX 2442 was sold to its first owner, Lyle D. Groenwold of Peoria, Illinois, on 30 October 1965. Under his ownership, the car was involved in a minor accident,which damaged the left front fender. Shortly after the accident, the car was repossessed. In August of 1966, the cars second owner acquired the car from the bank. A paint and body expert, he repainted the car in a shade of 1961 Chevrolet metallic gold. Along with wheel flares, the Cobra had a rollbar and fuel cell, and it was driven in this configuration for approximately seven years. In 1973, after relocating to Arizona, the owner decided to place the car in storage with roughly 21,000 miles on the odometer. The car remained in storage until the 1990s when it was brought out for restoration. The Cobra is powered by its original 289/271 V-8 engine fitted with an original Ford cast-iron intake manifold with Autolite carburetor. The original AC Cars chassis tag displays the chassis number, CSX 2442, and the engine number, 5876. The engine is paired to a T10 four-speed manual transmission with a date-coded (3-30-64) aluminum case. The brakes are four-wheel discs fitted with painted knock-off wirewheels with AC two-eared spinners. Additionally, the trunk latch, the drivers side hood latch, and both doors are stamped 2442, per original.Desirably, the car retains many original features. Beginning with the grease gun mounted in the engine bay, it also features original leather seats, dashboard leather, Stewart-Warner instruments (including clock), AC wood-rimmed steering wheel, Impact competition seatbelts, wind wings (both with Cobra markings), shaded Cobra-labeled sun visors, side curtains, soft top with top irons, factory hardtop, tonneau cover, luggage rack, factory-style chrome exhaust tips, cockpit mirror, cockpit grab bar, egg-crate grille, front and rear bumpers with guards, AC Chassis Instruction book, jack, and handle. The restoration, commissioned by the second owner nearly 30 years ago, presents beautifully today, and the car remains an excellent example of the Cobra marque.Ready for reliable touring, the Cobra rides on new Michelin XWX tires and is said to be one of the bestdriving Cobras amongst the many Ive had the pleasure of driving, by an RM Sothebys specialist and Shelby expert. With its known early history, abundance of original parts, and rare accessories, this truly is a special car and one that is sure to be enjoyed by future ownership.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AZ18.

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  • RefCode: TA1101436
  • Make: SHELBY
  • Model: GT350
  • Derivative: R
  • Category: Coupe
  • Year: 1,965
  • Mileage (Miles): 0
  • Mileage (KM): 0
  • Colour: See Photo/Text
  • RHD/LHD: RHD
  • Gearbox type: N/A
  • Currency: USD
  • Auction: 18th/19th Jan 2018 - RM Sotheby's - Arizona Auction

To Be OFFERED AT AUCTION at RM Sothebys' Arizona event, 18 - 19 January 2018. Estimates:$1,000,000 - $1,200,000 In 1965, Shelby American packed up a rotating cast of six carsa Cobra Daytona coupe, a GT 40, 289, and 427 Cobras, and two GT350 Mustangs, a stock GT350 and this GT350 Rand took them on a 12-city tour they called the Cobra Caravan, held between mid-1965 and early 1966. Frustrated by the lack of attention and PR provided by Ford after winning the GT World Championship, the Caravan was Shelbys very public way of making sure the country knew what they were capable of. Of course, the 1-2-3 finish at Le Mans the following year would be publicity the world never forgot.Among the exotic Shelby Cobras of the Caravan, the Wimbledon White GT350 R, no. 5R213, could have looked a little demure, at a glance not too different from a regular fastback Mustang, or even the production GT350. However, it was a different beast in most every way.The price tag of $6,000 was about $1,300 more than a standardGT350, and double that of a regular 289 fastback with a four-speed, hinting at the massive improvements made for track use. The Shelby-built, 289-cu. in. V-8 made a rumored 350 bhp, yielding an amazing power-to-weight ratio in the lightened 2,550-lb. car. A long list of competition parts was highlighted by the unique deep front fiberglass air scoop, fully race-ready interior, oversize wheel openings, Plexiglas side windows, 34-gallon gas tank, headers, competition exhaust, 15 × 7-in. American Racing Torq-Thrust wheels, and riveted aluminum rear louvers. A modern test yielded a 5.5-second 060 time and 13.6 seconds at 104.4 mph in the quarter-mile. This, in a car built for handling.After the Caravan, on 28 June 1966, 5R213 became part of a package of five similar carsout of the 36 factory-produced GT350 competition Mustangsto go to Peru through importer Benito Lores (along with another Mustang and two Cobras), where a group of gentlemen had the idea of racing each other in Alpine-style rallies inidentical cars. Its only well-documented appearance is in the first running of the Caminos del Inca (Inca Rally) in 1966 with owner Julio Martinetti and co-driver Víctor Coco Cárdenas, where it finished in 6th place with a time of 28 hours, 5 minutes, and 22 seconds after 3,000 kilometers of brutal South American roads. It then joined the stable of Shelby Mustang owner, racer, and importer Bratzo Vicich, in Lima, and was raced further by both men, possibly well into the 1970s.Amazingly, 5R213 survived its ordeals intact, because when Arkansas collectors Richard Cohen and Gary Nufer bought three of the five Peruvian GT350s from Mr. Vicich in 1984 (one was wrecked and another may still be in South America), it remained in substantially original condition, if apart and in need of restoration. The mid-Eighties, however, were not an easy time to bring quantities of suspect old cars into the U.S. without the Drug Enforcement Agency trying to sift through their pieces, so Vicich managed to finagle atleast one of the three onto a military cargo plane, collecting $75,000 (lost in Las Vegas immediately thereafter) from the new owners in Miami. The car later resided in the collections of Corey Lawson and the noted Shelby enthusiasts, Len and Linda Perham, before its acquisition by the present owners.While its previous restoration was of good quality, noted marque specialist John Brown of Thoroughbred Restorations, a Pebble Beach Concours Best in Class-winning restorer, spent the last three years restoring and further refining the car to his immaculate standards, with an overall appreciation for authenticity. Even the cylinder heads were completely rebuilt by Larry Ofria of Valley Head Service in Northridge, California, who originally built the heads for Carroll Shelby when the cars were new. Accordingly, the Mustang in its current presentation has won all three of the most significant awards possible for a GT350: Gold Concours at SAAC 42 in Indianapolis, Gold Concours at the Mid-America ShelbyNationals in Tulsa, and an MCA Gold at the Grand Nationals in Kansas City, all in 2017 the Triple Crown for a GT350. With both colorful period race and ownership history, and being the Cobra Caravan GT350 R, as noted in period Ford documentation, this is truly a unique example, unlike any of its counterparts. With excellent provenance and authenticity to match, it is little wonder collectors have fought to get this car into their collections for over 40 years. It is, quite simply, the finest GT350 R available today and it will not take a military plane to get it.To view this car and others currently consigned to this auction, please visit the RM website at rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/AZ18.

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