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Join the Shelby American team at the 2011 Chicago Auto Show for a sneak peak at the exclusive new 2012 Shelby GT350. This is the first time ever the company will unveil a vehicle at a major auto show on its own. Don't miss your first chance to be part of Shelby history.
The Chicago Auto Show will allow a few guests of Shelby American to attend at no cost. You can blog, take photos and meet the Shelby team. Please see the instructions below to register for one of these slots as it is first come, first serve.
When: Thursday, Feb. 10, 2011, at 8:00 a.m. CST
Where: Shelby booth (SH28) at Chicago Auto Show, McCormick Place complex
Please join us at our booth between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. CST. We look forward to seeing you at the event to discuss our latest products coming out on the market!
John Luft President of Shelby American
Please follow the link below to register and for more details. Please remember that it is first come, first serve.
I got to see, hear and touch one of these in person. It looks much better in person than in pics. It sounds sooooooo **** good!!! I had to smoke a cigarette after it left...
USAF (Ret) F-15 Avionics Systems
Gas Turbine Controls Systems Engineer
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Pity they didn't copy your idea for backup lamps in the rear license plate area. I know those round lamps are 'sposed to be identical to ones used in the original GT350, but retro only goes so far........
Looking forward to seeing some decent photos (not that I don't appreciate the leaked ones).
I thought the body panels on the production car were going to be "better integrated".. still looks tacked on to me. You'd think with all the fab they did in other places they would have made a one piece rear facia
Is it bad that I just want the internals of this car and nothing else?
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Dat ***... is nasty. If anything Shelby's made it worse. Backup lights in the bumper? Really? And the center exhaust? Why, exactly? Those awful light trims and panel. And WTF, you couldn't put the name on the spoiler like it belongs?
Ugh, that's hideous. I am disappoint in the front too, just not digging the lines.
But I bet they go like stink, right? So that's all that matters.
//seriously, those Geico Cavemen would have done better.
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