91 Daytona Shelby IROC

1991 Daytona Shelby IROC

Used Shelby-modified parts, but were not overseen by Carroll Shelby Base price: $13,005 1991 could be considered a transition year. Chrysler and Shelby had decided to part ways regarding licensing the “Shelby” name for Dodge products in America, so 1990 was the last full year for the Daytona Shelby. This same year Chrysler had taken …

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1987-1989 CSX

Based on the Dodge Shadow ES — Modified and sold as Shelbys The Shelby CSX (Carroll Shelby experimental) was the fourth model in the Shelby/Dodge series of limited-production high performance vehicles. These cars were offered by Shelby Automobiles Inc. from 1987 through 1989. With the CSX, Carroll Shelby showed that you could take an ordinary four-cylinder …

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CSX Prototypes

CSX Prototypes

1987 Shelby CSX Prototype Three 1987 CSX prototypes were produced. They originally came from Dodge in red. Carroll Shelby repainted them black. The prototype ground effects were sculptured in clay and molded directly onto the car. The grille was a regular Shadow part modified to look like a CSX. The radiator was a pre-production intercooler …

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Shelby Ram Prototype

Shelby Ram Prototype

The full-size Ram D150 pickup prototype was a Dodge Design Center one-of-a-kind. The exterior featured the Shelby Charger color scheme of Santa Fe Blue and Radiant Silver finished off with the standard Shelby striping. Along with that it received a custom fiberglass tonneau cover, roll bar with a row of off-road lights, side skirts, and …

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99 Shelby Durango SP360

1999 Shelby Durango SP360

Used Shelby cosmetic parts and bore his name, but sold under the Dodge marquee Limited to 3,000* Base price: $36,000 A group of independent tuners built a Super Pursuit Durango that premiered at the Specialty Equipment Marketing Association (SEMA) show. The concept used a supercharged Kenne Bell 5.0-liter (360cid) Dodge Magnum V8. Output was 360hp …

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83-84 Shelby Charger

1983-1984 Shelby Charger

Modified by Shelby and bore his name, but sold under the Dodge marquee 1983 Priced at $8,290 The first result of the renewed relationship between Carroll Shelby and Lee Iacocca was the 1983 Dodge Shelby Charger released mid-year.  Based on the Dodge Charger, the Shelby Charger’s modifications included an enhanced 2.2-liter, 4 cylinder OHC engine …

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87-88 Shelby Z

1987-1988 Shelby Z

Used Shelby-modified parts, but were not overseen by Carroll Shelby 1987 The Daytona received a number of changes in 1987 as well as the introduction of the performance-tuned Daytona Shelby Z which replaced the Turbo Z. The new body styling included pop-up headlamps, chin spoiler, broad-banded taillights and wrap-around rear spoiler. The interior was changed …

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1985-1987 Shelby Charger

1985-1987 Shelby Charger

Modified by Shelby and bore his name, but sold under the Dodge marquee 1985 Priced under $9,600 The 1985 Charger Shelby remained an aggressive front-wheel drive sports car that was further improved with the addition of the 2.2-liter four-cylinder Turbo I engine: a Garrett AiResearch T3 turbocharger and Chrysler/Bosch multiple-point fuel injection cranked out a …

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1987 Shelby Lancer

1987 Shelby Lancer

Based on the Dodge Lancer — Modified and sold as Shelbys Limited to 800 Base price: $16,995 Shelby’s introduction to the high performance luxury sedan market was the limited edition 1987 Shelby Lancer — A departure from his previous ventures. This car was designed with a single goal in mind; to be the ultimate expression …

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