Shelby Registry

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Shelby Registry

Learn more about the history of various Shelby models.

Shelby 1965

Shelby 1965

The 1965-1966 cars were the smallest and lightest of the GT350 models. These cars are often improperly called "Cobras", which was the Ford-powered AC-based two-seat sports ...
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Shelby 1966

Shelby 1966

1966 saw the introduction of non-white colors—including blue, red, green and black. Other changes include special rear quarter-panel windows replacing the factory extractor vents ...
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Shelby 1967

Shelby 1967

For 1967, the GT 350 carried over the K-Code high performance 289 with a 'COBRA' aluminum hi-rise. The GT 500 was added to the lineup, equipped with the 428 Police ...
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Shelby 1968

Shelby 1968

In September 1967, production was moved to the A.O. Smith Company of Ionia, Michigan, under Ford control.[3] Shelby American had substantially less involvement after this time.
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Shelby 1969

Shelby 1969

Carroll Shelby terminated his agreement with Ford in the summer of 1969. The GT350 and GT500 for the 1969–70 model years received extensive face lifts, the body alone increasing in length by 4 inches (100 mm).
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Shelby 1970

Shelby 1970

The GT350 was now equipped with a 351 cubic-inch V8. Production of Shelby Mustangs ceased with the 1970 model year, although on Belgian dealer request Shelby agreed to build ...
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Late Models

Late Models

2006-2007 Shelby GT-H and 2007-2008 Shelby GT 2008 Barrett-Jackson Shelby GT (2007) 2007 - 2009 Ford Shelby GT500 2008-2009 Ford Shelby GT500KR Super Snake ...
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