Ride with an Original Shelby GT350 at Daytona


See what the Shelby Mustang was actually originally built to do.

For really hardcore Shelby enthusiasts, there is something special about the pre-’67 GT350 Mustang. These were the days before the GT500 and before the changes to the Mustang in 1967 made it bigger and heavier. In those days, the GT350 was really built with the intention of SCCA homologation, and was a track car at heart, not like the later “King of the Road” editions of the GT500. So the following video shows a ’66 GT350 in its natural habitat, the track.

The car is on the track with some other interesting cars, some of them new and some of them contemporaries of the Shelby.

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