Evaluation: Slightly faded paint with numerous chips on the front and a crack in the bumper. Rough-looking wheels. Dry weather stripping. Lightly worn interior. Represented as part of the personal collection of Carroll Shelby, although the title reads the Carroll Shelby foundation.
Bottom Line: A car of little importance other than its personal connection to Carroll Shelby, retained by him until his death, probably as a memento of his renewed association with Lee Iacocca at Chrysler. Bonhams sold it in 2019 for $26,880, and despite everything that has happened in the car market in the four years since, Scottsdale bidders put approximately the same value on it in 2023.