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Nice story - maybe generate some more business?
That thing has a radiator of justice. Might be 30 inches wide, look at the engine bay photo.
Hands down, go for the '57. Find one that has patina and build up the mechanicals and interior, then drive it! I was actually looking for a '57...
That's a really nice visit Mike, keep the memories.
This is cool.
Yep, lots of permutations. I think 68 or 69 the feds made it mandatory for the block.
I believe all "K" code cars had the VIN stamped in the trans and the block, and I believe all Shelby's of all years too. My '69 Shelby has the...
Owned a '73 Sports Roof, 351CJ 4sp for 10 years. What's your need?
Chumpcar sounds interesting. Did the read-up on it and sounds like a fun gig for less money, but no racing is "cheap" .
Mark, I'm confused - thought you had a fastback, but the pic shows 2 coupes. You helping someone else or do you have a T/A or A stock coupe also?
That took some work bro...bored today? :)
Sorry, can't sponsor your addiction when I'm trying to feed mine!
Were you in that 67 FB when it embraced the telephone pole?
Cool. Here's another good link to the Shelby T/A coupes: http://www.shelbytransam.com/links.htm
I'll go with the carb set-up like these: http://www.mustangandfords.com/how-to/engine/mdmp-1207-dual-quads-twin-win-or-double-trouble-part-2/