The SHELBY AMERICAN
Winter 2016 24
Warren was looking through a copy
of the British magazine
Art & Au-
and saw a picture of a
Daytona Coupe made from polished
billet aluminum. It was made by
artist Kevin Hicks. His website is:
The same magazine had a page full
of t-shirts and Warren homed right
in on the ‘67 Shelby.
Young received this postcard advertising wall-sized enlargements for
garages, offices or speed shops. They can use any photo you supply, but look
which one they chose for their ad. Can you say “1065 West Imperial Hwy”?
Bob Barranger attending the Race
of Gentlemen in Wildwood, New
Jersey, back in October. It is an
event featuring old hot rods on the
beach in 1/8-mile heads-up racing.
Not much Shelby or Cobra stuff to
see there, right? Not quite, Bardahl
breath. One of the spectators was
wearing a CS logo shirt.
Hutchinson found a unique Cobra 18˝x
12˝ steel “Snakebite” sign in the recent
Genuine Hot Rod catalog. There seems
to be no end to this stuff.
In his other life, Ted Warren is a
doctor. One of his patients has a
custom shop that specializes in
paint and upholstery. This “GT500”
golf cart is one of his latest projects.
Hot Rod Magazine
carried a blow-in
subscription card that immediately
fell out when Young opened the book.
He spotted what looked like a ‘65
GT350 drag car. Actually the only
GT350 cues are the hood and side
stripes.With the current value of 1965
Shelbys in the stratosphere, it’s highly
unlikely a real car was tubbed to carry
12-inch slicks and to get a full roll
case. But Young still gets credit for an
Cobras priced you out of the mar-
ket? Hutchinson spotted these AC
Cobra Juniors that may be in your
price range. Front-mounted 110cc
engine, 3-speed auto, chain drive,
aluminum wheels. Top speed: 44
mph. Only $19,500.