RARE, HISTORIC CHEETAH RACE CAR TO BE AUCTIONED MAY 10

RARE, HISTORIC CHEETAH RACE CAR TO BE AUCTIONED MAY 10
Throughout the 1950s and early 60s, international automobile racing was largely dominated by Ferrari. Then Ford teamed up with a little-known race shop owned by a Texan named Carroll Shelby to create the Cobra. Suddenly, an American-produced car started taking center stage in the racing scene. General Motors - clearly envious of Ford’s wildly successful entry into racing - wanted to outdo its rival... and so the Cheetah was born. Radical in appearance, only twenty three (some believe fewer)...

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