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Ford teases new Mustang Shelby GT500
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3rd Dec 2018
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Ford teases new Mustang Shelby GT500

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3rd Dec 2018
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Ford teases new Mustang Shelby GT500

Ford teases new Mustang Shelby GT500
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SSC Tuatara revealed, chasing 480km/h top speed
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27th Aug 2018
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SSC Tuatara revealed, chasing 480km/h top speed

SSC, formerly known as Shelby SuperCars, has revealed the long-awaited Tuatara at Monterey Car Week in California, with the lofty goal of topping 480km/h. Nope, that's not a typo. Power in the Tuatara comes from a 6.0-litre twin-turbocharged V8 pumping out 1750hp (1305kW) on E85 fuel, or a more sedate 1350hp (1007kW) on 91 RON premium (in the USA) unleaded. Power is put exclusively to the rear wheels – that's right, no all-wheel drive here – through a robotised manual transmission.
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Shelby 1000: Next-gen track special revealed
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4th Nov 2017
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Shelby 1000: Next-gen track special revealed

Shelby American has revealed its new-generation 1000 track car, based on the updated Ford Mustang GT. Unveiled at this week's 2017 SEMA show, the Shelby 1000 gets an array of upgrades to the suspension, brakes, body and engine to help it tear up 'road courses'. The powered-up Pony gets a new 5.2-litre supercharged V8 producing - you guessed it - 1000 horsepower (746kW).
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1967 Ford Mustang: Gone in 60 Seconds' "Eleanor" for sale
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8th Apr 2013
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1967 Ford Mustang: Gone in 60 Seconds' "Eleanor" for sale

The original 1967 Ford Mustang hero car used in the film Gone in 60 Seconds, dubbed "Eleanor", will go under the hammer at an upcoming US auction. Though several cars were built by Cinema Vehicle Services – with assistance from car designer Chip Foose – for the 2000-released movie, Lot S135 at Mecum’s Spring Classic auction is serial number 7RO20179710, the actual “Eleanor” car driven by Nicolas Cage in the cult car film.
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