CSX 7027 is an aluminum bodied FIA car built by Shelby and delievered to San Diego Shelby dealer Only Yesterday. At Only Yesterday Doug Pratte the respected Shelby technican finished the car to a very high level including FIA trunk bumps and trunk tie downs, gas cap wind breaker, oil cooler, brake air ducts,orginal Shelby jack and grease gun. The car has a 5-speed transmission and a 302 cu.in. small block. It has the Certificate of Authenticity from Shelby and is listed in the Shelby Registry.
This is the fourth car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
Rare Ferrari 275 GTB alloy coupe and Shelby 427 Cobra roadster were stored untouched in a private garage for 26 years
It’s almost impossible to think that owners would leave their valuable cars behind or simply forget about them. But, as they say, life happens.
Carroll Shelby’s sports car legacy abounds in this highly original example
Sotheby’s estimates that CSX3040 will fetch between $2,000,000 and $2,400,000 at its Phoenix, Arizona, auction, which is scheduled for January 18-19.
This is the first featured vehicle in a 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
The little red roadster started with a thunderous blast, a full-throated roar from its fat side pipes that seemed to thicken the air
Cars built and collected by Texans highlight Worldwide Auctioneers’ 16th annual Texas auction, which moves to a new venue for its April 21-22 sale.
There’s a big difference between kit cars and continuation cars, as pointed out in a story last week on ClassicCars.com.