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The Mystery of the Louvered Shelby: Crowd Sourcing the Truth

TLDRJoin us as we delve into the mystery of a louvered Shelby car and crowdsource information to uncover its true history. With the help of passionate enthusiasts, we aim to solve this enigma and shed light on its significance.

Key insights

🔍This car is believed to be an engineering car that served an important role at Ford's headquarters in Dearborn.

📷The car was originally dark mar green, as seen in an old PR photo with Carol Shelby.

There is uncertainty about how to restore the car, considering its engineering car status and unique features.

💡Crowdsourcing information from the Mustang Shelby community is crucial to solving the mystery.

📚Previous experience with crowd-sourcing in the case of 'Little Red' has yielded valuable insights and uncovered hidden photos.

Q&A

What color was the car originally?

The original color of the car was dark mar green.

What is the significance of the louvers on the hood?

The louvers on the hood indicate that the car may have been an engineering car.

How can the Mustang Shelby community contribute to solving this mystery?

Enthusiasts with first-hand knowledge or related information can provide valuable insights and potentially help uncover photographs or documents related to the car.

What is the plan for restoring the car?

The restoration plan is uncertain, as there is a debate about whether the car should be restored to its original state or to the state it was in when it served an important role at Ford's headquarters.

How did crowd-sourcing help with 'Little Red'?

Crowd-sourcing led to the discovery of hidden photos and valuable insights from individuals with firsthand knowledge of the car.

Timestamped Summary

00:00Join us as we embark on a quest to solve the mystery of a louvered Shelby car.

01:56The car was originally dark mar green, as seen in an old PR photo with Carol Shelby.

03:17The car is believed to be an engineering car that served a significant role at Ford's headquarters in Dearborn.

04:56There is uncertainty about how to restore the car, considering its engineering car status and unique features.

06:15Crowd-sourcing information from the Mustang Shelby community is crucial to solving the mystery.

09:26Previous experience with crowd-sourcing in the case of 'Little Red' has yielded valuable insights and uncovered hidden photos.