In 1989 the SCCA began a program to revive the Can-Am Series. SCCA began a partnership with Carrol Shelby to develop a new single make sports racing car for the Can Am series. The chassis was designed by Alan Burke and David Bruns, the original body work was designed by the legendary Peter Brock and the transmission came from the Can-Am and Indy car gearbox shop of Pete and Chris Weismann. The car was built at Racefab Inc. and went into production in 1990. The first race was a demonstration event during the 1990 SCCA National Championship Runoffs. The Shelby Can-Am class, and a pro series were launched by the SCCA in 1991. The pro series ran for six years. This is chassis #14 of a total production of 74 cars. It is in original condition and original livery with the original sealed Shelby engine and Weisman transaxle. It has been maintained by a former F1 mechanic and all systems function correctly. The original SCCA Can Am logbook is present. Extensive photos and details are available by request.
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