The Shelby Legend lives on today in the heart of Ford’s newest Mustang. The magic has been working since the first Carroll Shelby Mustang in 1965 called the GT350. It was really a race car with license plates. Then in 1967 Carroll Shelby offered the first GT500 which was equipped with a much larger engine. The first Shelby had a 289 cubic inch engine, but the ‘67 GT500 had a 428 cubic inch monster motor. Now in 2010 the [...]
Revell 1/25 2007 FORD SHELBY GT- 500 The 2007 Ford Shelby GT-500® is the most powerful factory built Shelby Ford in history with over 500 hp, even more powerful than the legendary 1969 Boss 429. Your Revell 1:25 model kit has a detailed 5.4 liter, 32 valve V8 engine with a Roots-type supercharge and finned cam covers, special air-extraction hood, 19” alloy wheels and authentic factory waterslide decal markings.
Although not initially popular in 1941, the Willys coupe has become an icon of the street rod community and established itself as a fixture in the drag racing “Gasser” class. The classic Willys street rod features a blown Hemi motor and fully enclosed gigantic rear tires. Today the modern street rodder can choose between fiberglass or steel to recreate his Willys coupe. The ‘41 Willys coupe was originally produced by the Willy-Overland Motors Corp and given the name of [...]
The 1932 Ford 5 Window Coupe (two door windows, two quarter panel windows and a rear window) is one of the most popular subjects to become a street rod. The '32 Ford, commonly called the "Deuce", is an ideal hot rod because the original car was quite popular and had large production numbers and were readily available from the 1940's to the 1960's. Now, because of the rising demand these cars have become highly collectible and very expensive to [...]