• Apr 30, 2011
Kamil Kaluski, a.k.a CarGuyDad, was cruising around Boulder, Colorado with his daughter when he spotted a sign emblazoned with "Auto Museum." Not expecting much, he was a surprised to find this particular museum was actually home to the Shelby American Collection.

Stepping into the nondescript building, Kaluski and his young traveling companion were greeted by the sight of Cobras, Mustangs, GT40s and a few other very special hunks of iron. Some of those "other" vehicles include a Falcon wagon used as a Shelby parts hauler/tow vehicle and a Ferrari raced by Carroll himself.

Head over to CarGuyDad for more information on his surprising Colorado find, as well as more photos of the vehicles housed at the Shelby American Collection.

[Source: Car Guy Dad]


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      AlekhineZ
      • 3 Years Ago
      Amazing how similar the Ferrari and Cobra look. Reminds me of how similar Pantera and Ferrari's look. Still its hard to argue with The Cobra and Pantera formula. Light cars, bulletproof chassis, American muscle power. I guess imitation is the greatest form of flattery, and Ferrari is pretty high up the list of car makers with passion, engineering, and racing pedigree.
      Arnoldo
      • 3 Years Ago
      Looks like a nice museum... Better that what they have at Shelby headquarters.
      dizzle
      • 3 Years Ago
      I live less than 5 miles away from there and haven't ever been. I've heard about it before but I guess never found the time to head out and see what it has to offer. Maybe, now that finals are over, I might make a trip out there. Thanks for jogging my memory :)
      Crayonbreaking
      • 3 Years Ago
      I live about 20 minutes from this museum, I love every time I go there.