Shelby Collectibles
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Shelby Collectibles was established by Carroll Shelby in 2004 to make collectible quality die cast vehicles at affordable pricing but now is a licensee independent of the Shelby companies.  We started with four 1:18 scale models and every year add to the collection.  2012 we released the 1:18 scale 1966 GT 40 MKII that won multiple races and swept Lemans with a 1-2-3 finish.  We will continue to release new models and are developing a toy line for 2013 release.

130 Daytona

 
   Distributors and Retailers

O.K TOYS, INC
PH: 213-680-0088 USA
M & J TOYS, INC
PH: 213-617-8149 USA
EVERGREEN IMPORT, INC
PH: 626-582-8380 USA
JAM'N PRODUCTS, INC
PH: 323-266-8818 USA
THE DIE CAST COMPANY
PH: 31-299-687373 THE NETHERLANDS
DIE CAST DISTRIBUTORS
PH: 617-3801-8895 AUSTRALIA
MENARDS USA
TOYS R US USA
TOPS
PH: 27-11-955-1243 South Africa, Pieter@toolandprof.co.za


Shelby Collectibles
Ph: 319-358-6645
Office Hours: M - F 9:00 am - 5:00 pm CST

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CLS Shelby, Carroll Shelby, Carroll Shelby signature and initials, the CS Design, the design/shape of the Cobra, 427, 427 S/C, GT350, GT-500, GT-350H, GT-500KR, SHELBY COBRA "DAYTONA" COUPE®, SHELBY SERIES ONE®, SHELBY SERIES ONE LOGO, SUPERSNAKE, and SHELBY AMERICAN are registered trademarks and/or the tradedress of Carroll Shelby and Carroll Shelby Licensing, Inc. (Shelby). COBRA and the COBRA SNAKE Designs are trademarks of Ford Motor Company used under license. The Terlingua Racing Team logo© is used by Shelby under exclusive License from Bill Neale, 2009.
Every reasonable effort is made to ensure the authenticity of these adult collectibles. However, may factors, including changes in driver sponsors and manufacturing limitations, may cause inaccuracies. Accordingly, Shelby Collectibles cannot, and does not, warrant that this adult collectable is authentic in every detail. The production number is only an estimate of the intended production. Overruns, under runs, and administrative error may cause the actual production number to fall short or exceed the estimate.