Firefighters Rescue A Shelby GT350 From A Burning House In California!
Well.. kind of
By Phil Bradley
Unless you've been living under a rock, you will have heard about the wildfires sweeping through California. Firefighters have been bravely risking life and limb to combat the fires as they spread through the state, leaving devastating results.
One news station, ABC7, posted these pictures of fire crews removing a 1966 Shelby GT350 from a Malibu home. As the house was engulfed in flames, fire fighters pushed the car from the garage and around the corner away from danger, presumably to prevent the risk of the car's fuel tank igniting in the blaze.
Just under 1400 Shelby GT350 fastbacks were produced in 1966, making it a very rare car. The awful scenes in California show just how fast wildfires can spread and the devastation that they can cause.