The Definitive Shelby Mustang Guide: 1965-70

The Definitive Shelby Mustang Guide: 1965-70

by Greg Kolasa



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781934709979
Publisher: CarTech, Incorporated
Publication date: 09/15/2012
Series: CarTech
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 11.30(w) x 8.74(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

Greg Kolasa is known to enthusiasts as a contributing Registrar for the Ford GT40 and Hertz (Shelby Mustang) Shelby American Automobile Club (SAAC) Registry. Greg has been researching the subject of the Shelby Mustangs for well over a quarter of a century and has access to original factory documentation as well as the personal insights from notable personalities of the day. (Wantage, New Jersey)

Table of Contents

Foreword by Chuck Cantwell 6
Preface 7
Acknowledgments 8
Introduction 10
Chapter One: Total Performance and the Mustang’s Need for Speed 11
Chapter Two: Building the Ponies That Became Snakes 18
Chapter Three: The Shelby Mustangs: Revolution, then Evolution 24
The California Cars
Chapter Four: 1965 GT350: For Street or Track 34
Chapter Five: 1966 GT350: Softening the Edges and Widening the Appeal 57
Chapter Six: 1966 GT350H: Hertz and Shelby Put You on the Starting Grid 89
Chapter Seven: 1967 GT350 and GT500: A Longer Shelby, and a Mustang No Longer 109
The Michigan Mustangs
Chapter Eight: 1968 GT350, GT500 and GT500KR: Different Directions for Both Car and Builder 137
Chapter Nine: 1969/1970 GT350 & GT500: Fire, Refinement and the End of the Line 161

Chapter Ten: Just Because It Looks Like a Duck 180
Appendix I: Comparative Technical Specifications 184
Appendix II: Shelby Mustang Color Chips 186
Appendix III: Decoding the Codes 187
Index 190

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POPPYBILL More than 1 year ago
I was a original owner of a 1966 Shelby GT350. I found info in this book that I was not aware of on the 1966 Shelby. Difference changes made during the model year & why they were made. This is a extremely interesting book. Well worth the money.