Bespoke coachbuilder Classic Recreations has revealed the 1966 Shelby GT350CR which will be produced in just ten units annually.

Bespoke coachbuilder Classic Recreations has revealed the 1966 Shelby GT350CR which will be produced in just ten units annually.

The prototype will be auctioned on August 16 during Monterey Car Week and is based on an original 1966 Mustang Fastback. Power comes from a 427 cubic inch (7.0-liter) small block Ford Racing crate motor developing 545 bhp (406 kW). It comes with a power rack and pinion steering, coil-over suspension and a five-speed Tremec manual gearbox.

Other goodies include a dual-tank Nitrous injection system, premium sound system, climate control, sports seats, Wilwood brakes and HRE Performance three-piece forged wheels. It's important to mention the vehicle has an official Shelby serial number and will be included in the Shelby American World Registry.

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Classic Recreations shows stunning 1966 Shelby GT350CR