The 1968 "Green Hornet" Mustang prototype is freshly restored to Shelby-spec

EXP-500, the 1968 “Green Hornet” is one of two prototype Mustang notchbacks Ford and Shelby American built for R&D purposes. (The other is 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 had it before the car got sold to Ford employee Robert Zdanowski in May 1971. So, Jackson brought the car back to its full glory.

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