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1971 Plymouth Cuda 2 Door

This Bright Blue Metallic (GB5) 1971 Cuda “R” Code is a Numbers Matching 426C1D/425 Horsepower (E74) Hemi. The car is fully documented by the nationally recognized authority on MOP…

1967 Shelby Cobra 427 Roadster

Only 22,000 original miles, only three owners from new. The most complete unmolested original Cobra offered for public sale. With the cars of Shelby American at the forefront of th…

1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Roadster

This car is one of the last 25 original Cobras that were built. The car has 9,690 original miles. Originally the car was purchased by the son of the U.S. Ambassador to Mexico. AHRA…

1963 Shelby Cobra 289 Roadster

The purest form of the most celebrated (and copied) automobile of all time is without question the original incaration known as the 289, or leaf spring, MK1 Shelby Cobra. The brai…

1969 Ford Boss 429 Coupe

This is a 1969 Boss 429 Mustang with a 4 speed transmission. The car has had a Rick Parker restoration. This is the earliest known production. The exterior is black, with a blac…

1965 Shelby GT350 Coupe

This is a 1965 Shelby GT 350, a rare double-digit car #041. Early production on this ’65, made this one of the first 50 cars. Ford unit consecutive #’s and Shelby numbers verifi…

1966 Shelby GT350 Factback

This 1966 sapphire blue Shelby GT 350 is equipped with original factory 4-speed and has factory Lemans stripes. This 1966 Shelby #2330 is listed in the Shelby Registry and one of…

1965 Shelby GT350 Fastback

Original owner since purchased new at El Paso Auto Center (a local Ford dealer) on Tuesday, October 12, 1965. Converted rear quarter vents to the ’66 GT350’s plexi-glass quarter w…


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