Graham Andrews - Shelby G.T.350
©Graham Andrews, Wolfgang Kohrn - Last updated on June 21th, 2003
Color: Black with white Le mans stripes
Engine: Ford Motor sport A-4 302ci block with Windsor style cast heads
Steel crank, Crower rods, roller rockers with stud girdle.
Transmission: Super T10, Tilton 5.5" triple plate clutch with hydraulic annular release bearing, 104 teeth flywheel with Tilton super torque starter. Aluminum drive shaft
Rear Axle: Torque biasing diff with 3.9:1 ratio in alloy carrier with 31 spline heavy-duty axles.
Fr Suspension: Global West upper arms, standard lower arms with adjustable strut rods. Adjustable front sway bar & Koni single action shocks
Fr Brakes: AP racing 4 pot calipers with AP 315mm (12.4") replaceable-vented rota's.
Also have Kelsey Hayes 4 pot standard Shelby calipers with Willwood vented rotas.
Rr Suspension: 5½ leaf springs with mid eye. Axel floating on leaf springs and retained by panard rods and traction bars & Koni single action shocks.
Rr Brakes: Standard Shelby 10" x 2.5" drums vented for additional cooling.
Chassis: Six point roll cage with bars running through to front shock towers and through to rear chassis members in trunk.
Rims: American Racing Torque Thrust wheels 15" x 8.5", fenders flared to accommodate wheels
Fuel: Safe 22 US gal fuel cell with solid-state fuel level gauge. Twin Mallory fuel pumps with Fram fuel filter, pressure regulator mounted in engine bay.
Graham Andrews and his G.T.350 at Mondello Park/Ireland
G. Andrews and his G.T.350 at Willow Springs/CA
The BOSS 302 is waiting
Graham Andrews and his former Gemini racing Shelby
Graham Andrews is a very busy man and travelling a lot between England and the US, so he looks for a bit of stress relief in vintage racing these days.
His black and white 65 Shelby G.T. 350 has seen a lot of racetracks around. From Mondello Park in Ireland to Willow Springs in California and even to the Bahamas.
Graham wants to part right now with his beloved racer, to have more time for his BOSS 302 project, so this might be your opportunity to become a member of the "Group". Any serious offer will be forwarded through this site. Just e-mail me.
The Shelby G.T.350 at the Nassau/Bahamas Raceway followed by Ray Bonthrons Mustang
Here is some more info on Grahams Shelby GT350:
25-year race history in the United States. Shipped to Europe in September 2001 to compete in the Historic GT Challenge series supporting the TOCA British Touring Series in Europe. In 2003 the car is competing in the Anglo American Challenge with the Aston Martin Owners Club (AMOC) in England racing at Brands Hatch, Silverstone, Oulton Park and Snetterton. Car currently based in the UK. Asking € 65,000.
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