Shelby GT350R Prototype – 1965


Stock Number  – 1801878

Year / Make / Model  – 1965 Shelby GT350R Prototype

Exterior Color  – White 

Interior Color  – Black

Manufacture  – Acme 

Estimated Release Date  – 4th Qtr 2024

Production Number  – 500

Scale  –  1:18


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While Shelby was diving deep into the the development of the GT40 for LeMans, he also had his sights on Ford’s Mustangs. He wanted to turn Ford’s secretary sports car into a track champion. So, Ford sent him three white K-code 1965 Mustangs. Serial number 5R002 would become the very first GT350R prototype and is arguably the most important Mustang in history! 5R002 would have multiple parts tested on it with drivers such as Ken Miles and Bob Bondurant behind the wheel, fenders widened by hand, the famous rear window designed by Peter Brock that let air escape, reverse hood scoop, and so much more! 5R002, aka the “Flying Mustang”, would win its first race it ever entered on February 14,1965 with Ken Miles piloting the car to victory. Miles and others would compile 10 wins with 5R002 throughout the season with Jerry Titus capturing the SCCA B Production Championship for 1965! To read the full story about this amazing piece of Shelby history, check out the following link:

Without further ado, ACME is pleased to present this replica of the very first GT350R prototype! It features all the primered body panels, all new tooling for the reversed cowl hood, fully detailed race interior and so much more! Enjoy!!!


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