There’s no question that Ken Lingenfelter’s first automotive love is the Corvette. Corvettes make up perhaps a third of the total Lingenfelter Collection. He also tends to favor General Motors’ products, so in addition to the Corvettes, there are Camaros a’ plenty, Novas and Chevelles, as well as performance Pontiacs, Oldsmobiles and Cadillacs. Still, as mentioned in earlier posts, it’s a thoughtful collection. Ken may have a passion for Ferraris, but that hasn’t stopped him from acquiring some great Porsches. Likewise, the fact that he likes Chevys hasn’t stopped him from putting together a collection of Fords that any enthusiast of the marque would love to have. Lined up along one wall of the collection’s muscle car room are a red ’65 Mustang fastback, an original ’67 Shelby GT500 Mustang, a late model Shelby GT500 “Patriot” Edition, a gorgeous blue Mercury Cougar eliminator, a Ford Galaxie 500 with a serious hood scoop, and a red 2000 Mustang Cobra R. In addition to the Ford GT in the exotics room, there were also two more recent Shelby Mustangs, a white and black GT500 Super Snake coupe, and a Shelby GT-H, one of the rent-a-racers that Hertz had built and rented.
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