Poll Results: The Shelby No. 1 sold for $13.75 million at Monterey, do you think cars of such historical significance should be sold at auction or be housed in museums?

The Question of the Week for the week of August 29th, 2016 asked you: The Shelby No. 1 sold for $13.75 million at Monterey, do you think cars of such historical significance should be sold at auction or be housed in museums?

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The original Shelby Cobra built in 1962 | Darin Schnabel/RM Sotheby’s photos

The Question of the Week for the week of August 29th, 2016 asked you: The Shelby No. 1 sold for $13.75 million at Monterey, do you think cars of such historical significance should be sold at auction or be housed in museums?

You voted and now here are the results!

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