Of all the amazing things to experience in Boulder, Colorado – the mountains, the food, hobbyDB’s headquarters – one of the very best is the Shelby American Collection. If you’ve never been to this museum, you’re only missing out on the most incredible collection of Cobra, Shelby Mustang, and Ford GT40 cars that changed the face of auto racing in the 1960s.
hobbyDB is proud to join forces with the museum to help document their collection and also to operate the only official online store to offer exclusive items for sale. “Teaming up with hobbyDB will bring the museum new exposure and help Shelby fans and collectors get their hands on museum apparel, books and our collection of Shelby American Collection produced posters,” said Steve Volk, President of the museum. The Shelby American Collection has produced apparel, an annual range of very collectible limited run posters with historic racing photos and books about the production cars you wish you could own, and bumper stickers in case you do have an appropriate car in your garage. Proceeds from the sales help maintain the museum.
The collection includes rare production cars, race cars, prototypes, and one of a kind car parts. If the cars themselves weren’t enough of an attraction, the array of memorabilia surrounding them is also mind blowing. Models of all kinds of Shelby cars, art, advertisements, trophies… you name it, it’s there. There are also exhibits highlighting other pioneers of 1960s racing and design including Carroll Shelby, of course, but also Enzo Ferrari and Henry Ford.
The Shelby American Collection operates as a not-for-profit organization and is open only on Saturdays.
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