Freshly restored to Shelby-spec, the 1968 "Green Hornet" Mustang prototype is once again for sale

EXP-500, the 1968 “Green Hornet” is one of two prototype Mustang notchbacks Ford and Shelby American built for R&D purposes, with the other being the 1967 known as "Little Red." Since last year, both machines are owned by Barrett-Jackson CEO Craig Jackson, and while Green Hornet was first restored by Mustang expert Martin Euler, that 1993 job didn’t leave the green EXP-500 exactly where Carroll Shelby left off before the car got sold to Ford employee Robert Zdanowski in May 1971.

This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/11/08/restored-to-shelby-spec-the-1968-green-hornet-mustang-prototype-again-for-sale