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1966 Shelby GT 350

1966 Shelby GT 350 in Adam-12, TV Series, 1968-1975 IMDB Ep. 3.14

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1966 Shelby GT 350

[*] Background vehicle

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night cub US

2014-05-18 16:57

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Ep 3.17 & 3.20:
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sthor IS

2014-05-18 17:16

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1966 Shelby GT-350 or a clone.

Buc84 US

2014-05-24 19:17

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I think it's a real one,but it's been repainted?

ouatedephoque CA

2014-06-04 07:36

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I'm no expert (!) but weren't all original 1965-66 GT350's painted white with a blue stripe? (except for the Hertz GT350H's which were black with a gold stripe). The police car in the background is a '69 Plymouth. If this was shot in '69, the Mustang looks pretty bad for a faily recent car (the left front steel wheel looks like a spare from a 6 cyl. car and, are those whitewall tires?). I believe that even back then, owners knew that these cars were already considered unique and desirable so they would have taken care of them... Plus, in Night Cub's last picture, the car's front bumper looks crooked, as if it just had an accident. In 1969, with muscle cars still very popular, no film crew would have used a genuine GT350 in an accident scene (it was being chased by the police car, it seems) when a base used Mustang fastback would have been just as good - and cost a lot less!. So, is it a real Shelby car? I wonder...

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