In 1989 the SCCA began a program with Carrol Shelby to develop a new single make sports racing car to revive the Can-Am Series. The chassis was designed by Alan Burke and David Bruns, original body work was designed by the legendary Peter Brock and the transmission came from the Can-Am and Indy car gearbox shop of Pete and Chris Weismann. The car was built at Racefab Inc. and went into production in 1990. The first race was a demonstration event during the 1990 SCCA National Championship Runoffs. The Shelby Can-Am class, and a pro series were launched by the SCCA in 1991. The pro series ran for six years. This is chassis #14 of a total production of 74 cars. It is in original condition and original livery with the original sealed Shelby engine and Weisman transaxle. It has been maintained by a former F1 mechanic. All mechanical systems have been serviced and function correctly. The fiberglass body is unrestored and has a track patina, including stone chips and stress cracks but no crash damage. The original SCCA Can Am logbook is present.