The Grandma Everyone Wished They Had… Meet Margaret Alley And Her All-Original 1966 Shelby G.T. 350!
If there’s one thing that maybe some people don’t get about those who are ...
If there’s one thing that maybe some people don’t get about those who are infatuated with the automobile, it’s that it’s not always about just the car itself. Sometimes, or should we say, most of the time, when someone has an infatuation with a car, it’s usually accompanied by some type of story. Sure, wrenching on a car or truck can be a good time but when you throw in the mix all the memories that go along with that vehicle that has accompanied you everywhere, it really helps to enhance the explanation of why people can be so consumed by their vehicles.
Now, for many of us, being able to own an all original 1966 Shelby GT350 would be a dream but for Margaret Alley, she’s living out that dream with the all-original machine still boasting much of its luster. As we’ve previously touched on, it’s definitely not all about the car as she definitely has some stories that go right along with the machine that dreams are made of. We’re absolutely loving every moment of it as she digs into this car and tells us all about what it is that makes the insanely spotless 1966 Shelby an exciting piece of Americana that really has managed to steal her heart.
If you follow along with the video below, be ready to watch not only the timeline of such a machine and how it has gotten to the point where it is today but also some of the stories that go alongside this ride that has accompanied her and stayed by her side over the decades.
I think that, if someone were to need a dictionary to explain to them why exactly anyone would have a bond with an automobile, this video might break down the wall and make it just a little bit easier to understand.
Check out octogenarian Margaret Alley and her all-original 1966 Shelby G.T. 350!http://www.mustangandfords.com/featured-vehicles/1804-1966-shelby-g-t-350-octogenarians-can-drive-early-mustangs/
Posted by Mustang Monthly Magazine on Monday, April 16, 2018