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Another car shoot back to back for RM Sotheby's, and a true legend, the Ford Mustang Shelby GT350. This car received worldwide recognition in the classic Bullitt movie and later on in the 2000 Nicolas Cage film, with Gone in 60 Seconds, this car has full racing heritage which makes it even more unique...
The brief from RM Sotheby's classic and sports car auction house is to capture the car from various angles, close ups of the classic numbers, deal on the seats and showing how immaculate the car is. It is the photos that will lead the interest in to the car, this particular car has real racing pedigree, it competed in SCCA events in California, racing from 1966 to 1975 at Riverside and the infamous Laguna Seca circuits.

The location used was the owners neighbours farm yard, it made for a great setting for the American muscle car, especially in the red and white racing livery. The pair of Profoto location lights worked with the sun to light the far, these are essential for the interiors and detailed areas of the car and provide full coverage so that the images show every aspect available to the viewer online.

With an estimate of £110,000-£150,000 it will be interesting to see what this fine example of the most iconic American muscle car will fetch. The auction takes place on Wednesday 6th September at Battersea in London.