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Shelby Mustang enthusiasts discover and reunite three GT500 convertible prototypes | Motor Authority

Shelby Mustang enthusiasts discover and reunite three GT500 convertible prototypes | Motor Authority

Decades kept them apart, but today, three 1969 Ford Shelby GT500 convertible prototypes are among each other’s company again.

In mid-January, Ford Performance detailed the endless pursuit for documentation that led to the discovery of the three cars, and it’s nothing short of painstakingly impressive.

The story begins rather nonchalantly: two men, George Huisman and Ed Meyer, spoke of a GT500 convertible that had been discovered in Detroit at a Shelby concours show in French Lick, Indiana This piqued the interest of three other men by the names of Tony King, and two brothers, Jason and Scott Billups.

Source: Shelby Mustang enthusiasts discover and reunite three GT500 convertible prototypes | Motor Authority