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Shelby GT350 – Classic Meets Modern

As we progress in technology the cars become better and better, but we can’t forget the legacy that was set with the original. While the classic GT350 doesn’t have a flat plane crank or carbon fiber composite, It does have 51 years of heritage.


3 thoughts on “Shelby GT350 – Classic Meets Modern”


  1. I’m only 25 and I would rather have a beautiful 1966 GT350 rather than the new one. Sure the new one is nice but you can’t beat old school muscle, and the history and heritage behind it.


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