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September 1991: The old ‘Shel’ game

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In 1991 Rick Kopec and Ken Eber, part of the original Venice Crew, took some GT Mustangs and kitted them out with hi-po parts, calling the result the Shelby American Automobile Club Mk I. They wanted to call it the Shelby GT, but ol' Shel said "no thanks."

It was powered by a 295-hp, 302 V8 with Ford SVO heads and intake. Top speed was 155 mph with a fast for the time 5.2-second sprint to 60.

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