Having achieved great success as a racing driver, Texan Carroll Shelby began his company in 1962.  Using an AC chassis and powered by a Ford engine, the Cobra was used for both road and track.  In the mid-1960’s, Shelby adapted the Ford Mustang to create a high-performance car, also for road & track use, that was built until 1970.  In 1998, Carroll Shelby returned to car manufacture with the Series 1.  He died in 2012 aged 89 years.

1964 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C. Model by Diecast Metal
1964 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe (Class winner at Le Mans). Model by Vanguards
1965 Shelby 350 GT. Model by IXO
1965 Shelby Cobra. Model by High Speed
1965 Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe. Model by Road Signayture
1966 Shelby 350 GT. Model by IXO
1967 Shelby GT 500E. Model by Road Signature
1967 Shelby Mustang "Eleanor". Model by Greenlight Collectibles
1967 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C. Model by Kyosho
1968 Shelby GT 500-KR. Model by Diecast Metal
1999 Shelby Series 1. Model by Maxi Car
2005 Shelby Series 1 Roadster. Model by Burago