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Sep 4, 2015

Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance - August 16, 2015

The first street GT350 (SFM5S003) produced receives final touches on the show field before the 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. Hey, check out that fender cover!

Monterey Car Week should be on every car guy's (or gal's) Bucket List! What a great week of total "auto overload"!

The week ends on a Sunday with the famous Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance held right on the 18th Green of the golf course. This year was especially great for Shelby Fans as the show honored the 50th Anniversary of the GT350 Mustang with a special class. Eight '65-66 were chosen to participate. The top three in the Shelby Class received awards, and we are proud to say that they are all Virginia Classic Mustang customers!

Enjoy the pictures, and check out the captions! There were, of course, lots and lots of interesting cars, but we are just covering the Shelby products here in this post.

One of the six original Cobra Daytona Coupes. This one was shipped from Japan to participate in the 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.

The GT350 Class

GT350 Project Manager for Shelby American, Chuck Cantwell and owner, Mark Hovander standing beside Mark's beautiful #3.

Bobby Rahal's prize winning 1965 GT350.

Class sign for the Shelbys.

5S003 heading to the podium to receive its Second Place Award.

5R002 on the podium to receive its First in Class Award along with the Road & Track Award for the car that the editors would most want to drive.

The first 1966 GT350 - SFM6S001. A blue vinyl top was originally installed on this car but was quickly nixed for production!
1966 GT350 Shelby Mustang

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