’66 SHELBY GT350 MUSTANG: RARE PONYCAR!

With a paper trail from Day One, this Shelby Mustang has covered just 35,397 documented miles since new. And, it’s for sale. Shelby Mustang GT350, #SFM6S439, was one of 1,365 built in the 1966 model year as a standard "Normal Street Specification for Retail Sale & Road Registration" model. Built in early-1966 for internal Shelby American Inc. use, the Mustang was initially invoiced to Shelby's lawyers, Scott, Rifkin & Wilson, Inc. It was then re-invoiced to Scott Rifkin/Rappaport I...
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’14 RANGE ROVER SPORT: LESS IS MORE!

‘Shedding weight has helped create a new Range Rover Sport that drives like a sports sedan,’ writes Road Test Editor Howard Walker. Eight hundred pounds. That’s a couple of Sumo wrestlers on a Brie and burger diet. Or a Budweiser Clydesdale, plus a keg or two of the famous brew. Or the heft of an aptly named Harley-Davidson Fat Boy. Eight hundred pounds is also the considerable poundage that Land Rover has shed from its Range Rover Sport luxo-4x4 to create this all-new sexy version. That...
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CARROLL SHELBY’S V8: THE GREAT STOLEN ENGINE CAPER!

Stephen Cox blogs about stolen Shelby engines and the one in Brad Brooker’s GT350 Mustang racer that almost led to an arrest! A good Shelby-built 289 engine was a coveted item in the mid-1960s. Many were stolen out of the legendary Hertz Shelby GT350-H “Rent-a-racers.” They left the rental lot on Friday with a High-Performance 271-horsepower 289-cubic-inch V8 and returned on Monday with a garden variety 289 that appeared nearly identical. Rumors also abound of Shelby engines that were ordere...
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