The Historical, Vintage & Classic Cars Museum of Kuwait Participates in the International Event “Rev Your Shelby”

By Auto News Log • June 5th, 2012

The Historical, Vintage & Classic Cars Museum of Kuwait paid tribute to the legend Carroll Shelby in cooperation with the Shelby Museum in the US, by participating in the “Rev Your Shelby” Salute – a Tribute to Carroll Shelby, and we were so fortunate to have Mr. Matthew H. Tueller the United States of America’s Ambassador to Kuwait.

The Historical, Vintage & Classic Cars Museum of Kuwait participated in the event, as part of the international tribute to the Legend Carroll Shelby that was organized by the Shelby Museum, and was held across the United States of America on May 30th, 2012.

A gathering of amazing Carroll Shelby automobiles were assembled for the event. An AC Cobra, Classic Shelby Mustangs, Modern Shelby Mustangs, Vipers and a stunning Ford GTX1 attended the event along with many fans of Carroll Shelby and car enthusiasts enjoyed the event.

Mr. Matthew H. Tueller the United States of America’s Ambassador to Kuwait initiated the event by Revving the AC Cobra Engine to mark the tribute to the American Icon – Carroll Shelby, all the owners followed, and an orchestra of roaring engines began paying their tribute to their creator.

The event resulted in the establishment of the Kuwait Shelby Club, Kuwait Viper Club and the Kuwait Ford GT Club in addition to the Kuwait Mustang Club and Classic Cars and Modern Cars Club that are sponsored by the Historical, Vintage & Classic Cars Museum of Kuwait.

The event was very successful, and owners benefited from meeting and getting to know each other and exchange information and car stories.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact us at the Historical, Vintage & Classic Car Museum of Kuwait in Shuwaikh Industrial Area, Block 2, Street 49, opposite the Kaifan Exchange.

For more information on the The Historical, Vintage & Classic Cars Museum of Kuwait visit:

http://www.kuwaitcarmuseum.com.kw/

Photo Credit: Amro Khalid

Source: Historical, Vintage & Classic Cars Museum of Kuwait

 

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