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OVC 1965 Shelby GT350R Competition First Drive Review | Mustang time machine

It's a million bucks worth of fun for just $250,000

One hundred miles per hour, 6,000 rpm. I shift up to fourth gear at the start/finish line and return the throttle to the floor. The 289 cubic inch V8 revs quickly, feels great over four grand, and sings a sweet howl from the Mustang's side-exiting exhaust. We're at Willow Springs Raceway driving a 1965 Shelby GT350 Competition model, a brand-new build constructed by the Original Venice Crew, with license from both Carroll Shelby Licensing and the Ford Motor Company. And I'm four-wheel-drifting i

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Former Shelby employees plan continuation 1965 Shelby GT350R

36 units of the iconic racing Mustang, with some improvements.

The iconic racing Mustang, with some improvements.

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Shelby GT350R offers first mass-produced carbon fiber wheels

Using technology borrowed from NASA, Ford is mass-producing CF wheels for its upcoming Shelby racer.