What is the Shelby symbol?
Shelby logo, the badge of Shelby American was made of an image of a snake called cobra that is placed inside a circle with its company name overlapping the image.
What is a Shelby GT500CR?
The pinnacle of American muscle is the Shelby GT500CR 900C. This is an up-to-the-minute carbon fiber clad Shelby rager that features power rack-and-pinion steering, coilover suspension, oversized sway bars and large disc brakes.
What model is a Shelby?
|Also called||Ford Mustang Shelby Ford Shelby Mustang Mustang Shelby Mustang GT500 Mustang GT350 Shelby GT500 Cobra Shelby GT350 Cobra|
|Assembly||1965–1967, 1969–1971: Los Angeles, California 1968: Ionia, Michigan 2005–present: Flat Rock Assembly Plant Shelby American|
|Body and chassis|
Why is Shelby logo a snake?
By 1963, Pete Brock, Shelby’s first paid employee, was heavily involved in designing the corporate image of Shelby American. His brief was simple: design a round badge with a snake on it that says Cobra, and it must be the same size as the original AC badge so it could use the same holes as the AC badge it replaced.
Why does Shelby use a snake?
In a bid to build the most venomous Cobra, Carroll Shelby created a road monster. However, Carroll Shelby, who had his sights higher, wanted to build the meanest Cobra – a “Cobra to end all Cobras.” He achieved his objective, and thanks to a set of two giant superchargers, he created the iconic Super Snake.
What the most expensive Mustang?
Here are the five most expensive Mustangs ever sold.
- 1965 Shelby Mustang GT350R — US$3.5 million.
- 1968 Ford Mustang GT390 “Bullitt” — US$3.4 million.
- 1967 Shelby GT500 Super Snake — US$1.3 Million.
- 2020 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 — US$1.1 million.
- 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 “Eleanor” — US$1 million.