1960s roadracing thrills at Riverside
1960s racing thrills with Cobras and other 1960s exotic sports cars at
speed. Included: Shelby Cobras starting "three wide" at Riverside.
(Provided to OldCarsWeekly.com courtesy of the collection of Tim Lopata of
Forge Invitational Musclecar Classic).
1965 Shelby Cobra 289 FIA
The Shelby Cobra needs little introduction as it is easily one of the most
recognizable and most copied sports cars of all time. The 289 "FIA" was
built by Shelby American to beat Ferrari at it's own game in the FIA World
california speedway SAAC-30 Shelby Cobra Race
The Icon movie of sports car club racing, "SAAC-30 The Film." This is the
"SAAC-27 The Movie".
Produced and directed by Manny Samaniego - as most of you Gearheads know,
a large percentage of car related videos are BORING! -- written by car
geeks the only thing they are interested in is the nuts and bolts of the
automotive world. Manny has blended the "Drama Suspense, Camaraderie,
Comedy" in the life of car guy's all over the world.
1966 Shelby GT350 6S151 In-Car Camera Race Footage
A few laps at Road America during the Kohler International Challenge Group
6 race, July 19th 2009, from Colin Comer's in-car camera. Car specs:
Original 1966 GT350 "Carry Over" car s/n 6S151, legal vintage race
prepared, 289 CID engine (actual 295 CID), Top Loader 4 speed, factory 1966
Lincoln front disc/ rear drum brakes, bias-ply Goodyear Blue Streak tires.
1966 Shelby Cobra FOR SALE Tony Flemings Ultimate Garage reviews horsepower ripoff complaints video
Very exacting replica by Contemporary, date coded 427 side oiler w/ 2X4 bbl
Holleys @ 450hp, toploader 4-speed w/ correct shifter, Jaguar IND rear, 4
wheel disc brakes, mirror finish Guardsman blue paint w/ white stripes,
black leather bucket interior, black Wilton wool carpets, larger footwell,
polished roll bar, correct Smiths gauges w/ reversed counter speedo,
knock-off style Halibrands w/ radials, side exit Exhaust, showing only 989 miles!!!
Shelby GT350 Racing in Pueblo - Part 1
Great in-car footage from the Trans-Am Feature race at Pueblo Motorsports
Park on June 2, 2006. Starting on back row in 20th to slice way up to 4th
place finish! Lots of passing! Note: Gary had never been in this car
before, aside from a few warm up laps before this race and this was the
first time he'd run this track!) First 10 minutes of 17 minute video.
Part 2 is last 7 minutes. Updates on events can be found at:
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