Dan Gurney, one of the greatest racing legends of all-time, has been recognized by the Petersen Automotive Museum.
People: Carroll Shelby
Chassis #CSX2000 – the first Cobra ever built – just set a new high-price record for American cars at auction.
Shelby’s very-first Cobra roadster will be crossing the auction block later this summer. We anticipate a winning bid in the tens of millions.
The first of 170 Shelby GT-H Hertz Mustangs just brought in $150k at auction for the Carroll Shelby Foundation.
The first example from the last run of pre-production (Mk I) Ford GTs heads to auction this August.
Discovered as recently as 2015, this footage from the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans shows the Ford GT40 racing its heart out.
Reportedly, the late Carroll Shelby taped yarn onto the driver’s side of the Ford GT40 Mk I to observe the airflow over the body.
You’re invited to help celebrate the legacy of the late Carroll Shelby – a veritable giant in the realm of automotive performance.
Luck out, and you could go from zero Shelbys to two Shelbys in a single day.
Here’s the story of the last car Carroll Shelby was ever deeply involved in: the Shelby 1000 Mustang.
Carroll Shelby’s grandson, Aaron, brings a rich history in business with him to Carroll Shelby International.
Fifty years ago, the Ford GT40 was dominating at Le Mans, and the Hertz model GT350 Mustang was something one could actually freaking rent.
Imagine having a Shelby Cobra, a Daytona Coupe, and a Ford GT40 Mk. II all to yourself for a few laps.