1966 Shelby GT350 Fastback White Fastback 289 V8 35,923 Miles
) “Homage to the Tribute Cars” – Hagerty Media, November 2020 Hagerty Media’s Sam Smith nicely explained his idea and origins origins of the “tribute” car this way: “No one knows who built the first tribute car. The question recalls the old line about racing, how the first car race took place shortly after the world’s second car was built.
My car didn’t quite feel like a real Shelby, but who’s counting? I drove it hard and often, on back roads and road trips, in the rain and sweltering heat, leaving stop signs sideways in clouds of tire smoke..
The car’s exterior is free of damage, dings, or dents. Body panel alignment is very good. The paint finish is uniform and properly applied including on door jambs and the undersides of the trunk lid and hood.