The Shelby Daytona was an evolution of the Shelby Cobra designed and built specifically for racing. These cars, of which only 6 were completed by Shelby American, harbor a racing heritage that is almost unparalleled. The Daytona was the first car from an American manufacturer to win an international championship. Winning the FIA International Championship for GT Manufacturers in 1965, the Daytona found a swift end to its production as Ford and Shelby turned their attention the GT40, and focused on victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. As the Daytona was an evolution of the Cobra, all original Daytonas feature the designation CSX2xxx. The original six, CSX2286, CSX2287, CSX2299, CSX2300, CSX2601, and CSX2602, are some of the rarest and most desirable cars in the world. An incredibly rare find on the classic car market, an original Daytona is not one to be missed.
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Q: When was the Shelby Daytona Daytona Race Car produced?
A: The Shelby Daytona Daytona Race Car was sold for model year 1964.
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