Shelby GT350, Shelby GT500 (Shelby Mustang)
Classic Auto Renderings has made the decision to not renew licensing with Carroll Shelby. Prints depicting their vehicles will not be available for purchase on this site. However commissions fo one off paintings are accepted.“The Americana Series” collection of artwork depicting classic and special interest American cars over a backdrop of famous American landmarks, events, symbols or monuments to American history.
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Alongside the 67 Shelby GT 500 is an American Palomino Quarter horse. There is a long history of quarter mile races going back to colonial days and now used to measure acceleration in automobiles. The car belongs to Freddy Haugvik a Norwegian friend.
The 67 Shelby GT 500 with the 427 engine is depicted testing for an endurance race during the early dawn hours. This is a very rare Shelby. The car belongs to Freddy Haugvik a Norwegian friend.
“Fly Me To the Moon”
Hertz Shelby Mustang GT350H and Apollo 11 headed for the moon. 22" by 17" Giclee from digital art. SH6
“Fly Me To the Moon II”
Hertz Shelby Mustang GT350H and Apollo 11on the massive crawler headed from the Vehicle Assembly Building to the launch pad. 22" by 17" Giclee from digital art.SH15
“Blast From the Past”
The 1969-70 Shelby was the last of the 60s Shelby GTs produced. Above is the North American P51 Mustang. 22" by 17" Giclee from digital art SH5
The 1968 Shelby pictured here with a skier. 22" by 17" Giclee from digital art SH9
“Making Travel Plans”
Very few convertibles were built and soon production would stop for a time. In the background is the SS United States one of the fastest ocean liners of its era. SH14
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