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582013 Shelby GT350

Shelby is a name as synonymous with the Ford Mustang as marshmallows are with campfires. But unlike the short-lived sugary confection that is prepared on a stick, the late Carroll Shelby's name on the placard means added performance and exclusivity. Launched in 1965, the automaker's celebrated early cars were in production for a limited run - today, a mint concours-quality 1965 Shelby GT350 can sell for upwards of $350,000.

19Shelby reveals updated 2013 GT350 with new colors and options

Carroll Shelby may have passed away last month, but that doesn't mean his company has stopped producing new vehicles. Today, Shelby American announced that it has updated the GT350 for 2013 with new options and an expanded range of color options. Customers can now choose from any of the Ford factory hues, meaning that everything from Gotta Have It Green to Candy Red can be applied to the GT350's exterior. The new colors can also be paired with new stripe colors – black, white or metallic b

82Which Ford Mustang is most popular with thieves? [w/video]

We'd guess a thief's favorite Ford Mustang is whichever one he happens to be hooning around in – ahead of either illegally selling it, stripping it for parts or falsifying its VIN to pass it off as a legit car. But the 'Stang that's attracted the most attention from this scourge of society is none other than the 2000 Mustang.

7Barrett-Jackson 2012: 1965 Shelby GT350 barn find headed to a new home [UPDATE: w/video]

We all dream of one day walking into a long-abandoned barn in the middle of nowhere and finding a classic muscle or race car, needing little more than some freshening to be restored to its previous glory. But that never happens, right?

37Shelby releases final specs on GT350 Mustang, power output ranges from fast to furious

2011 Shelby GT350 – Click above for high-res image gallery

36Report: Carroll Shelby done with building cars, wants to sell more parts

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30Shelby to offer naturally aspirated, automatic GT350 models

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18Barrett-Jackson 2010: First production 1966 Shelby GT350

First Production 1966 Shelby GT350 - Click above for high-res image gallery

69Shelby unveils 2011 GT350 Mustang at Barrett-Jackson

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6In the market for something Unique? Check out their auction online

We've covered the scandal involving Unique Performance from the very beginning, and it now looks as if this sordid tale finally might get a bookend. If the idea of scraping off 13 gallons of bondo doesn't scare you, maybe you'd be interested in bidding on one (or more) of the 44 leftover Mustang body shells that are available for viewing here. Mustang not your thing? Prefer the Camaro? How 'bout the Chevelle? Even if you're not interested in any of its cars, Unique Performance owned plenty of ot

16Shelby cancels license for 33-year-old SAAC car club

In the eyes of many automotive enthusiasts, Caroll Shelby is a legend with few peers. His breathed upon Mustangs are so coveted, they routinely sell at auction for hundreds of thousands of dollars. Shelby Cobras are truly special icons of the muscle car era, but when Caroll and Ford parted ways, he left the keys to the Shelby Mustang kingdom to the throngs of enthusiasts and car clubs across North America.

13Steve Saleen remarks on the future of the Mustang

During a conversation at the 2006 Cruisin' the Coast Auto Show in Biloxi, Mississippi, Steve Saleen shed some light on the future of the Mustang and what performance potential awaits buyers in 2009.

13New 4.6L "niche" motor may be on the way for the Mustang

With Ford readying one or more special-edition Mustangs to slot in between the GT and the Shelby GT500, there is a need for an engine that will bridge the gap between the SOHC 4.6L's 300 HP, and the supercharged DOHC 5.4L's 500 HP. And it's impossible to ignore the fact that the Mustang GT will soon be bringing a knife to the gunfight, with both the Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger threatening to hit the streets with over 400 HP.

11Shelby GT350H in the works for New York?

While Ford's PR guys and gals maintain strict radio silence on the issue, AutoWeek claims that the highly-anticipated throwback Mustang that Ford is preparing for the next month's New York Auto Show will be none other than a reincarnation of the Shelby GT350H-- complete with a gold-on-black paint job. The original vehicle, the 1966 Shelby GT350H, was a higher-performance Mustang developed especially for rental company Hertz (thus the "H" designation), and was allegedly used b

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