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  • Photo by Drew Philllips
    Photo by Drew Philllips

    Classic Recreations’ Shelby G.T.500CR (www.classicrecreations.com) is the first continuation car of that model to be licensed by Shelby Mustang. Classic Recreations is handcrafting a limited number of the autos, each in about five months, as 1967 or ’68 fastbacks. The Yukon, Okla.–based company built the G.T.500CR’s 7-liter V-8 engine in-house, and used various suspension, braking, and interior components from Shelby Performance Parts. Three performance packages are available, at prices ranging from $119,000 to $199,000.

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