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FIA 289 Cobra Continuation Car | Car Catcher

This Cobra, CSX7995, is one of the continuation cars built as part of the 50th anniversary of the FIA 289 Cobra.

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Fourth-largest collection of Shelbys in the U.S. to open in October

The fourth-largest collection of Shelby cars in the United States, and the largest in Southern California is set to open this October.

One of only 50 Shelby Cobra 289 FIA continuation cars | Car Catcher

A rare continuation model based on the original Cobra 289 FIA.

Highland Green Shelby GT500KR | Car Catcher

What exactly does the "KR" in the Shelby GT500KR stand for? Simple: King of the Road–a title backed by a 428 Cobra Jet V8.

A Carroll Shelby-owned Cobra Daytona Coupe | Car Catcher

This Daytona Coupe wasn't just owned by Carroll Shelby, it also was driven by the likes of Phil Hill, John Morton and Brian Redman.

A Ken Miles-driven Cobra or the Ghia-designed Dodge Firearrow II: Which will sell for more?

Both rare in their own right, which will end up selling for more? An iconic Cobra or a groundbreaking Dodge concept car?

Ken Miles and Bob Bondurant drove this Shelby Cobra factory race car | Car Catcher

One of only three Sebring-specification Cobras, this car was driven by Ken Miles and Bob Bondurant.

Shelby Cobra FIA 289 continuation car | Car Catcher

This Cobra combines old-school looks with subtle modern upgrades.

First-year Shelby GT350 | Car Catcher

This GT350 is No. 342 out of the 506 built in the first year of production.

Now you can drive Miss Daisy yourself: Mecum offers V10-powered Shelby Cobra prototype

Miss Daisy, the prototype Cobra meant to succeed the Ford GT, is going up for auction this August.

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