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How does it shape up compared to some of the US cars ?

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That is a 1967 but the foglights should be next to each other.. They are set apart (and are square) on the 1968.
 
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I think that the fog lights could be found both ways on a 67. Early and late production? The 68's were seperate rectangular units mounted to the lower grill.

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68hardtop is right. Early '67 had the lights in the center but the Government didn't like them there. Safety issues?? Who knows. They were forced to move them for late '67 production.

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In 1967, the Shelbys had two headlight configurations, the outboard as seen in the photo, and the inboard as most of us think of when we think of a "67 Shelby" .
The first few hundred 67 Shelbys were all inboard, some states required headlights to be a certian distance apart, so the "outboard" headlamp model was produced.

(By the way, the center lights are hi-beams, not fog lights).
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Compared to US cars??!! It'd make 99.99% look bad and envious!

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The real difference is normally found in the detail of the engine and undercarriage.

Looks like a nice fairly early 350

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