Shelby Mustang GT350 with driver Jochen Mass during the Graham Hill Trophy race at Goodwood GRRC 75th Members’ Meeting. Starting in 1965, Ford sent an allotment of Mustangs 562 in total, based on the 1960 Ford Falcon platform, to Carroll Shelby. Shelby was an American automotive designer, racing driver, and entrepreneur and at his facility in Southern California he and his team gave the original “pony car” more power and performance including a power hike to 306bhp, a side-exiting exhaust system, uprated brakes and suspension, and a spare wheel mounted where the rear seat should go, making it eligible for sports car racing. Notoriously a special promotion, dreamed up between Ford, Carroll Shelby, and Hertz, the GT-350H, was offered by the car rental firm.
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