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Shelby American, Inc.
6755 Speedway Blvd.,
Las Vegas, NV 89115
Latitude: 36.277658 Longitude: -115.017505
Back in the 1960's Shelby American, Inc. produced the legendary Cobra. With its 289 cubic inch Ford powerplant the Cobra dominated on the racetrack and won the FIA World Manufacturer's Championship. Later with the introduction of the awesome 427 S/C the Cobra dominated public streets.
In October 1998, Shelby American opened its newest manufacturing facility at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway's Research and Development Center. Carroll Shelby finally has a testing ground right outside the factory! From this new state of the art facility we are producing our new lines of the Cobra 427 S/C (CSX4000-Series) and Cobra 289 FIA (CSX7000-Series) component vehicles along with our new Series 1 roadster (CSX5000-Series). Each car is numbered and the Series 1 production will be limited to only 500 vehicles in order to keep its investment value as high as possible.
Strategic alliances and our vast Cobra and Series 1 dealer networks give consumers easy access to our products. We are also able to deliver those products at a much higher rate because of streamlined production techniques that don't sacrifice any of the hand-crafted quality you've come to expect from the name Shelby.
If you find yourself in the Las Vegas area, please feel free to drop by for a visit. Our museum showcases our latest creations as well as a variety of vintage Shelby automobiles including the original 1962 Cobra that started it all. We offer tours every weekday at 10:30. We also have official Shelby merchandise available in our store including special items autographed by the legend himself, Carroll Shelby. Our knowledgeable staff is always on-hand to answer any questions you may have about our company or our cars. You may look through our website or contact us via e-mail for more information.
Come take a look in our Museum! Open 8am to 4pm daily. Please come by for a free tour weekdays at 10:30am!