There are two Shelby 1000s in the world. Watchmaker David Yurman took one out to the desert and filmed all of its whining, supercharged, tire-smoking glory.
Big muscle isn't for everyone, but those who are fans of lazy V8 power tend to like their cars fast in a straight line and little else. For many, this leaves the Shelby GT350 out in the cold, but would you drive it?
Watch as Car and Track host Bud Lindemann heaps praise on a (then) brand new 1968 Shelby Mustang 500KR after giving it a "thorough wring out" on television's first syndicated car show.
Another day. Another Barrett-Jackson controversy involving a president. This weekend the famous classic car auction helped raise $950,000 for a Marine veteran's project for wounded warriors. The only problem? The money isn't going to the highly-regarded charity, the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP).
This is the most powerful factory-built Shelby Mustang ever; a full serving of 950-horsepower V8 (1,100 on race fuel) with a bit of Mustang on the side. If you've got $149,995 burning a hole in your pocket it'll burn a hole in the universe for you.
When we heard the Shelby GTS was coming we speculated as to whether it would be a gently modified V6 or GT Mustang. Turns out it's both. At just $9,950 on top of the price of a base Mustang it's the least expensive way to get a Shelby product short of buying a Shelby Lancer.
It was 46 years ago last Thursday when the world was introduced to the first tuner mustang, the 1965 Shelby GT350 (1966 pictured). The GT350 was the first Mustang produced by an aftermarket company like Shelby. (Photo Credit: aldenjewell)
The Forum Wars is the show that puts two different
nerdy forum posters car guys from different automotive forums to do battle on the track. Let's see if they can drive like they type.
You've read 10 billion bombastic claims on car forums, and it's all been pretty much meaningless… until now. "The Forum Wars" will take those claims and put them on the real-world race track. Check out the tire-smoking, smack-talking trailer!
Doing anything at 1:30 PM EST today? OK, doing anything important? No? OK, then come here to see the 2011 Shelby GT500 unveiled online ahead of the in-real-life unveil at this week's Chicago Auto Show. But what should we expect?
It may seem like sacrilege to ask this but, does the Shelby name mean anything anymore? The 2011 GT350 seems like a 'Stang with a supercharger and a chubby body kit. Considering the upgrade's $34K asking price, color us unexcited.
A brief exposure to the current gamut of muscle cars has left our Euro car boy with a new appreciation of European interiors and straight line Americana.
The 2010 Shelby Mustang GT/SC is a previous generation Shelby Mustang with a supercharged kit capable of producing $550 HP with full options, including a Ford Racing Whipple SC supercharger.
The extra special Shelby GT500 is limited to just 500 models per year, which is how it merits the name "Special Edition" on top of everything else.
The legal wrangling between Carroll Shelby and Shelby American Auto Club (SAAC), the car club that celebrates his vehicles, has ended according to a release from SAAC. The troubles started when Shelby complained that SAAC had not been providing him with required financial statements and had been using his name and…
Only 500 2007 Shelby GT-H Convertibles were made for Hertz's Rent-a-Racer fleet, but if you want one, 25 of them will be for sale at next week's Kruse auction in Monterey. True, you could probably build your own by bolting on a few parts to a standard GT Mustang Convertible, but if you're convinced a GT-H driven some…
Those on the fence about the new Knight Rider television show need look no further than these shots of the newly upgraded KITT from Popular Mechanics shot at Comic-Con 2008. At a panel discussion in front of Knight Rider fanboys-girls they showed video of KITT employing Turbo Boost (before a very long press conference…