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Retro photos of mustangs - ID help?

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I have some photos from late 60's/early 70's I believe, but no labels. No date, copyright, author, or anything.

 

If you can ID these at all much appreciated! Year, model, event, photographer, etc.

 

 

B1v1mle.jpg

 

Rfia6mt.jpg

 

CfZQQ0Y.jpg

 

 

W7WR2wd.jpg

 

NCbiFFL.jpg

 

gmbb6cu.jpg

eUxnOuW.jpg

PtQbs8D.jpg

 

SwQOYu0.jpg

 

CIvUeuo.jpg

 

0QKtSu5.jpg

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These photos have been repeated used in a number of publications. The quick answer for your questions would be available form the people over at the SAAC forum.

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I believe the first two are ads for the 66 G.T 350 & the very last one is the Dragon Snake 427 .

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The DragonSnake is a 289. they did build one 427, but that's not the car. The first two are '66 GT-350s with 427 Cobras. The one right above Carrolls picture is a King Cobra, or Cooper Monaco.

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These photos have been repeated used in a number of publications. The quick answer for your questions would be available form the people over at the SAAC forum.

 

They have not been helpful lol.

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My first guess would be that these are photos taken by David Friedman, the official photographer for Shelby American in the 1960s. Most of the factory photos of the factories, staff members, races, vehicles, etc. that are in the numerous books about Carroll Shelby, Shelby American, the Shelby affiliated street and race cars of the 1960s are credited to Friedman.

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