It’s the new “great car of the future,” but it’s also a new luxury car that’s priced far higher than any of the other cars you could buy.
The 1920s Shelby GT300, which the Shelby family built in the 1920s, is one of the first cars to feature a 3.0L V8 engine, which was the same engine that powered the original American sports cars of the 1920’s.
And the Shelby GT500, which is the Shelby’s closest relative, is a slightly smaller, slightly more luxurious sports car.
But the 1930s American sports car that we all love, the 1930 Shelby, is actually one of just a handful of cars that was built specifically for extreme sports racing, and its price tag can’t be matched.
The Shelby GT350, which debuted in 1936, has a top speed of 190 miles per hour, and it costs $2,250, a car that could be yours for as little as $4,500.
But when it comes time to buy an extreme sport car, you have to go beyond the usual specs, like engine and brakes, and you have a lot more options.
What you need to know about the 1920 Shelby GT35, Shelby GT200, and Shelby GT600 Pros & Cons of buying an American sports vehicle in the 1930’s Cons: Has a 3-liter V8 that made the American sports racing cars of that era possible.