This 1965 Shelby Mustang GT350 R is arguably the most winning, most decorated Shelby car in history, and one lucky person will get to take it home next month. Driven by Charlie Kemp, it won 17 straight races from 1968-1969, and clocked 184 mph at Daytona in 1968. That miles-per-hour figure didn't come easy, either, as this 450 hp, V8-powered car owns the fastest recorded speed for any 289 cubic-inch-powered Shelby, including Cobras. To put it simply, it would take hours, even days to properly recount every significant event that this car was involved in.
In addition to the storied Mustang, the lucky winner at the Amelia Island auction will also be taking home countless numbers of priceless photographs and event artifacts that have been collected over the years. All of this doesn't come cheap, however. The Shelby is valued between $900k-$1.2M, and you can see it at the .
Carroll Shelby loved his cars, but he also loved his cowboy boots. These Knox boots from Lucchese, made from royal calf, would look just as good with a suit as they would with a pair of jeans. Available in black, dark brown, or black cherry and priced just under $1k, you can order them .