Track Test Shelby G.T. 350

Track Test Shelby G.T. 350
Track Test Shelby G.T. 350 - Mustang Monthly Magazine
In three short years, Shelby American has progressed from a rented stall in Moon Equipment’s shop to a monster facility on the grounds of the Los Angeles International Airport—a parcel so vast that North American used to assemble their Saberliners there until the contract ran out.

Editor’s Note: Carroll Shelby had known Jerry Titus since 1957, when Titus managed the shop that built and maintained Shelby’s Maserati race cars. By 1964, Titus had taken a job as tech editor at Sports Car Graphic magazine. As Carroll Shelby told interviewer Austin Craig, “(Jerry) said that he had heard that we were testing a Mustang race car and he would like to do a story on it. I invited him to come with us to test the first (competition) G.T. 350 with Ken Miles at Willow Springs. I asked him if he wanted to drive the Mustang and after a few laps he was faster than Ken!”

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