Not only is this car the mechanical equivalent of Marilyn Monroe, this very special Shelby Mustang GT350 once belonged to and was raced by a certain living legend, Sir Stirling Moss.
1965 Shelby Mustang GT350
This gorgeous piece of automotive history will be auctioned off at Mecum auction house at their Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance next month, where I’m sure the serious collectors will bid high to have this added to their garages.
Moss drove this 350GT from 1991 through 1997, racing at nine venues across Europe and at Australia’s Targa Tasmania.
Not only does the car come with huge documentation, but it also comes with photos taken during races Moss was competing in and pictures of the late and great Carroll Shelby himself.
Underneath her hood beats a 4.7-L (289 cubic inches) V-8, pumping out a respectable 430-HP. This power is sent through a four-speed manual transmission.
Anyone care to hazard a guess as to what they think she’ll go for?