One of the most iconic American Racers, Carroll Shelby embodied the American dream. Starting from humble beginnings, Mr. Shelby worked his way onto the racing scene and ultimately won the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1959, a victory that legitimized and ultimately facilitated his entrance into the manufacturing world. His career as a constructor is as illustrious as his career on the track – click ahead to see some of the cars he touched either in racing or in building.
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