1983 Dodge Shelby Charger
This was the first of Shelby’s handiwork with Dodge. The Shelby Charger was created by taking the Omni, beefing up its 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, and adding a variety of performance parts including quick-ratio power steering and upgraded suspension. Outside, the Shelby Charger was decked out in either Santa Fe Blue with silver stripes or Radiant Silver with blue stripes. This pristine example has been babied showing only 1,926 miles on the odometer and sporting its original tires.
1986 Dodge Shelby GLH-S
This has to be the most notorious Dodge that Shelby worked his magic on. This black magic sedan truly goes like hell some more as its GLH-S name implies. This was one of the fastest American-made cars on the road in 1986. One that was capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 in 6.5 seconds. Only 500 of these 175 horsepower 2.2-liter turbocharged sedans were built in 1986. This example has a little over 49,000 miles and is reported to be all original except the tires.
1989 Shelby Dakota Pickup
This particular 1989 Shelby Dakota is probably the finest example of the 1,500 built you can find today. This truck looks like it just rolled off the assembly line. It flaunts only 23 miles on the odometer and the seats and steering wheel are still wrapped in plastic from the factory. Every inch of the exterior, including the bed, appears factory fresh. If you’ve ever wanted one of these rare Shelby Dakotas, this might be your opportunity to get one of the best out there.
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