What is a Shelby Daytona Coupe worth?

What is a Shelby Daytona Coupe worth?

Offered by Worldwide Auctioneers with an Oregon title, FIA paperwork, and two documents from Carroll Shelby Enterprises, the streamlined coupe was valued at $1.5 million in August 2000. Adjusted for inflation, the original value converts to $2,278,560 today.

How many Shelby Daytona Coupes exist?

six Shelby Daytona Coupes
Only six Shelby Daytona Coupes were ever built. Incredibly, each have a storied racing history and still exist to today. The first example, chassis number CSX2287, was the original prototype developed by Shelby and Brock. After its illustrious racing carrier, the car had disappeared in the mid-1970s.

How much did Carroll Shelby’s car sell for at auction?

$5.94 million
Carroll Shelby’s personal 427 Cobra, which he owned from new, sold at auction this past weekend for $5.94 million (including buyer’s fees).

Who owns the Shelby Daytona Coupes?

Larry H. Miller Group
It is currently owned by Larry H. Miller Group and resides at the Miller Motorsports Park museum in Tooele, Utah. In 1965, CSX2300 was leased from Alan Mann Racing in the UK by Ford of France, to race as the national “Tri-Colore” entry in the Nurburgring 1000 km race.

Who owns Shelby Motors now?

Carroll Shelby International, Inc.
The Shelby American name has been used by several legally distinct corporations founded by Shelby since his original shop in Venice, California began operation in 1962. The current iteration is a wholly owned subsidiary of Carroll Shelby International, Inc. (OTC Pink: CSBI), a holding company formed in 2003.

Can you still buy a Shelby Cobra?

The beauty of the continuation Cobras being sold is that they allow aspiring Cobra owners to own a Shelby Cobra at a fraction of the price of an original. So, if you are still a determined Cobra owner, check your budget and get back to your favorite Specialty Sales Classics Rep.

Who owns Carroll Shelby’s Cobra?

After two decades, the IRS seized the car and sold it at auction to Chris Cox, who sold it to Richard Scaife in 1998, but then re-acquired it in 2006. Ron Pratte acquired the car in 2007, setting the aforementioned world-record auction price at Barrett-Jackson. The current owner acquired the car in 2015.

  • September 28, 2022