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Last 1966 Shelby GT350 Fastback going for more than $250K

How much would you pay for the last 1966 GT350 Fastback built? More than $250K?

First-year Shelby GT350 | Car Catcher

This GT350 is No. 342 out of the 506 built in the first year of production.

Car Catcher: A First-Year, Numbers-Matching Shelby Mustang GT350

Not only a numbers-matching GT350, but one of the first 100 examples built.

Is the 1967 Shelby Mustang GT350 the Sensible Alternative to the Original? | Coming Soon to an Issue Near You

Want a true, California-built Shelby Mustang, but prices are out of your budget? Why not try the ’67 GT350?

Ever Wonder How the Shelby GT350 Got Its Stripes?

How did the GT350 get its stripes? According to Peter Brock, it's not as complicated as you might think.

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Buyer's Guides: Why you want a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT350

The sensible alternative to the original Shelby Mustang?

Columns: Peter Brock explains how the Shelby GT350 got its stripes

How did the GT350 get its stripes? Well, it all starts with a phone call between Carroll Shelby and John Bishop, president of the SCCA at the time.

Features: How to Go Back in Time With Continuation Cars

More than half a century after Carroll Shelby unleashed two of his most storied creations on the driving public, you can buy a new/old Shelby GT350 as well as a small-block-Ford-powered Cobra.

Restoration & Renovation: Striking a Balance Between Preservation and Present Needs

We’ve raised our Shelby a couple of letter grades, and it now looks like a decent used car instead of a ratty barn find.

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Upgrading our GT350’s battery for improved cranking power

Our Shelby’s battery was about four years old. Not the worst but, with a big road trip coming up, we figured it was time to replace it–a stitch in time …

Fixing an age-old Shelby GT350 issue with heavy-duty engine mounts

Yet another thing broken on our Shelby GT350: We had a left engine mount that snapped in half. These mounts had been replaced when we first restored the …

When’s the last time you checked your car’s bushings?

How intact are the bushings holding your suspension together? In the case of our 1967 Shelby GT350, we found disintegration of some of our chassis bushings.

We …

Shelby GT350 factory steering too slow? There’s a kit for that.

When we first got our 1967 Shelby GT350, we had the car’s original power-assisted steering rebuilt by Orlando Mustang. That turns out to have been a waste of money …

How fitting taller tires can prevent further damage to our GT350

The tires on our 1967 Shelby GT350 were simply too short and too wide.

End result: Our exhaust hit the ground, while the tires rubbed on the …

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