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Walt Hane's 1965 Shelby R-Model

Part: # 112
Production limited to 1,224 cars.
Release Date: December, 2002
Color Wimbledon White with Blue Stripes

Price $129.00

5R103 was purchased by Randy Blessing, Central Forida Racing Team (Lakeland, FL) 6/1/65.
Driven by Walt Hane (Maitland, FL) in SAAC National events including Palm Beach during
the '65 season. Hane finished 4th at ARRC (Daytona). For the '66 season Blessing let Hane
use 5R103 with the understanding that he return int at the end of the season in good
condition. Hane and mechanic Webster Benner campaigned the car throughout the
southeast, including Palm Beach, finishing 1st in the ARRC (Riverside, CA).

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Fred Van Beuren's 1965 Shelby R-Model

Part: #113
Production limited to 1,224 cars.
Release Date: December, 2002
Color: Wimbledon White with Racing Graphics
Plate: N/A

Price $129.00

5R108 was purchased by Freddy Ban Beuren (Mexico City, MEX) in 1966. The stripes
were painted the Mexican National flag racing colors (red/white/green). 5R108 won the"
SCCA Southwest Division '66 and finished 3rd at '66 ARRC (Riverside, CA). It won its
class at '66 Sebring 12 Hours, co-driven by Paul Jett, Jr., with 185 laps, finishing 16th
overall. 5R108 was also featured in Racing Annual 1968 edition, in a Champion Spark
Plug ad in Sportscar 3/68, and an Amaline Oil ad in Sportscar 6/67.

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1966 Shelby G.T. 350H

Part #105
Release Date: January, 2000
Production Run Limited to2,500 Cars
Color: Wimbledon White with Gold Le Mans stripes

Price $129.00
This was one of the rarest H models produced. Less than 100 of the actual cars were
made. This car comes with Magnum 500 wheels, G.T. 350H insignia, Cobra logos on
the gas cap and steering wheel, other features are fold down front seats, plaid style
trunk liner, and a full size spare tire.

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Dan Gerber's 1965 Shelby R-Model

Part #111
Release Date: July, 2002
Production Run Limited to2,250 Cars
Color: Red with White and Blue with Racing Graphics

Price $129.00
Son of the famous baby food maker, Dan Gerber competed in many vintage races such as
 June Sprints Road America 1966, Mid Ohio Raceway July 1966, and Lyndale Farms 1966.
Going a little wide on the first lap of the Nationals at Lyndale, Wisconsin, Gerber managed
 to retain his current lead and won the race in July of 1966. During the Mid Ohio '66 race
he lead Don Yenko's Corvette Stingray.

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1965 Shelby R-Model

Part #110
Release Date: July, 2001
Production Run Limited to 2,502 Cars
Color: White with Black and Orange Stripes

Price $129.00

GT350 #SFM5R098 was the seventh of 36 factory-built competition cars completed. It was
delivered in May, 1965 to Ned Owen of Malvern, PA. Originally finished with the traditional
twin blue "LeMans" stripes, Owen immediately changed them to one wide black stripe
with narrow orange stripes at the outer edges. These were the race team colors of the
Essex Wire Corp., a supplier of electrical wiring to the Ford Motor Co. Today the current
car owner, Rick Kopec and 5R098, can be seen competing in several vintage races every year.

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1966 Shelby G.T. 350S

Part #107
Release Date: June, 2000
Production Run Limited to 2,500 Cars
Ivy Green Metallic

Price $129.00
One of the rarest Shelby G.T. 350'S of them all, #6S051 was the first G.T. 350 ever to be
painted a color other than white. It came from the factory with a supercharged 289
engine and is considered the "Paxton Prototype". The supercharger boosted engine
output to nearly 400 horsepower. #6S051 was the only G.T. 350 ever to receive the "S"
designation in the side stripes. The model features Goodyear Blue DOT Tires, Shelby/Cragar
wheels, chromed 3-spoke steering wheel, plaid style trunk liner, and factory color matching
ivy green metallic paint. The back of the packaging contains a detailed history of the car
and the front displays #6S051 in an original factory photo setting.


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