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The Man, the Legend: Carroll Shelby Dies at 89

Racing and performance car legend Carroll Shelby died today at the age of 89. Although the cause of death is not immediately known, Shelby had been hospitalized for unknown reasons for more than a month, and he had a long history of heart problems, including a heat transplant in 1990. Shelby is survived by Patrick, [...]
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