Looks like Shelby American is updating their development fleet to the 2010 Mustang units and not hoarding past projects. It appears they are advertising some executive/fleet Mustangs and one cool Shelby Expedition SUV. Currently some of the 60’s era Shelby American house cars get big money at the jet set car auctions but its yet to be determined if these cars will be a collectable in forty years.



For all the vehicles currently up for sale visit the Shelby Auto site.





Photo Credit: Shelby Autos



The site features four Shelby GT-H or “Hertz” Mustangs that were Shelby fleet units. One GT-H features a rare Shelby/Ford Racing/Whipple supercharger for a little extra get-up-and-go. A black with red stripe Barrett-Jackson edition Mustang is also featured for sale. Only 100 of these cars were produced by Shelby’s Las Vegas build facility in association with the Scottsdale, Arizona based auction company.







We dig the Shelby Prototype Ford Expedition SUV. According to Shelby, this was a SEMA project and features a DOHC supercharged Ford GT engine. It’s rated at 550 horsepower and has the suspension and brakes to keep up with the power. Unfortunately it’s not 50 state legal, but folks in non emission certified states could enjoy the corner carving ride and room.




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