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Title: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 02, 2020, 11:22:27 AM
I am looking at the car above (but only on the internet at the moment).  I has a very high price but I believe it was restored by Shelby Parts & Restoration in WI and, at least in the pictures, looks to be done well.  I know a fair amount about 66's and 67's but very little about 69's. The advertised claim is that it only has ten test miles but the odometer shows 4000 or so.  It is at a car dealer called Marshall Goldman in Cleveland and it looks like they have a somewhat spotty reputation so I am taking everything I am hearing with a grain of salt.  I think it would be fun to have one car of each "generation".  Anyone know this car?  I do like that it was sold new at Northwestern Ford because my 66 GT350 came from there so it makes it a little more interesting to me. 
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Coralsnake on July 02, 2020, 11:31:45 AM
Eric

Looks like the car was sold in Madison, Wisconsin. Kayser Ford was a non franchise dealership about 125 miles from Northwestern Ford.

Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 02, 2020, 11:34:29 AM
You are certainly right but for some reason the order that I saw was Northwestern. 
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Coralsnake on July 02, 2020, 11:36:47 AM
My understanding is the cars had to come through the franchise dealers first

Or as they say in Wisconsin “ francheese” dealers
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Rickmustang on July 02, 2020, 01:14:33 PM
I’m in Cleveland weekly if you want an eyeball on it.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Bigblock on July 02, 2020, 01:55:55 PM
Tread carefully with this dealer and prepare to empty the bank. They get a few Shelbys a year. They told me a magnet that didn't stick to a 68s rear quarter was because Shelbys are fiberglass. Conveniently the trunk key was miss placed.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 02, 2020, 05:10:07 PM
Tread carefully with this dealer and prepare to empty the bank. They get a few Shelbys a year. They told me a magnet that didn't stick to a 68s rear quarter was because Shelbys are fiberglass. Conveniently the trunk key was miss placed.

I couldn't agree more that their prices are exceptionally high and there is some bad public media about this dealership but the car was done by Jim at Shelby Parts and Restoration and I know that he does a great restoration.  It was completed this year so it should be fresh and I spoke with a guy in his shop and the rusty areas (it had some) were repaired and replaced.  Supposedly everything was done with NOS parts.  From what I understand it the car was really rough at the start but if you want a GT500 convertible with 4 speed you have a 1 in 69 chance.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: KerryBWhite on July 02, 2020, 05:14:25 PM
Any pictures??
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: KR500 on July 02, 2020, 06:20:24 PM
Marshall Goldman's website lists this car in their Beverly Hills location not Cleveland.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: FL SAAC on July 02, 2020, 06:31:10 PM
Correct, good price at $199,900 for that sharp red car

We have been offered a bit north of that for our 428, 4 speed blue driver

Sorry currently not 4 sale, please try later....

Marshall Goldman's website lists this car in their Beverly Hills location not Cleveland.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 09, 2020, 08:40:24 PM
Off to see the 1969 Shelby tomorrow.  It looks like it is a pretty good car.  I do know a lot of detail now thanks to the restoration receipts.  It looks like the only major part on the car that was reproduction (except stickers and stuff like that) was the roll bar.  The original one still sits in Jim Cowles shop but had a dent in it from the convertible top that they could not easily solve.  I do know that they replaced the rear quarters from another 69 convertible so I will need to dive in on that.  I also know that the engine in the car is not a numbers matching.  I will be curious if it is date code correct.  If any of you have any advice on the car I am all ears.  Here are a few more photos and let me know if anything looks out of place to you.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: acman63 on July 10, 2020, 03:37:25 PM
i forgot to put the caution fan decal on
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 10, 2020, 09:52:28 PM
If I end up with the car I will stick on one  :)  And it needs an "O-K" stamp on the valve cover.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: cj750 on July 11, 2020, 12:41:53 AM

Overall, it appears to be a very nice car, based on the pictures. A few random things jumped out at me, in no particular order:

Its missing the steering wheel wrap. Not a huge deal, many owners actually prefer the look without.
More concerning is that the oil pressure gauge appears to be out of commission. There's no really correct reproduction available, and originals are unobtainium.
Fog light covers aren't factory, but are nice to have to protect the lenses if you actually plan to drive it much.
Should be flanged hex nuts, rather than wing nuts, on the battery hold down.
Carb is correct for a CJ, but an automatic transmission application. 4-speed carb would be a C9AF-9510-M.

Jay

'69 GT500 #2911

Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 11, 2020, 06:43:36 AM
Thanks Jay.  I saw the carb issue as well.  I was wondering about that OP gauge so that may be one of the first projects if I end up with the car.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 11, 2020, 03:26:45 PM
i forgot to put the caution fan decal on
;D ;D ;D ;D ;D
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 11, 2020, 03:35:14 PM
Thanks Jay.  I saw the carb issue as well.  I was wondering about that OP gauge so that may be one of the first projects if I end up with the car.
Didn't quite catch if you knew it was a joke but NO CAUTION FAN sticker. A running joke among 69-70 Shelby owners. I believe the inspection "P" on the upper cowl should be in the DS upper door jamb. That is where my original sticker was when I bought my 70 Vert and Ed told me to put my new one in my door jamb but that is just minor tweaks to an excellent restoration. I had a steering wheel wrap on my NOS steering  for 17 years before I decided to take it off for a better look. Bought one on Amazon as the old forum a topic said the ones I bought(bought extras) were REAL CLOSE to the original wraps. I have my eyes on a RED 70 4 speed GT500 vert . Good luck with your purchase. Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 11, 2020, 03:44:28 PM

Overall, it appears to be a very nice car, based on the pictures. A few random things jumped out at me, in no particular order:

Its missing the steering wheel wrap. Not a huge deal, many owners actually prefer the look without.
More concerning is that the oil pressure gauge appears to be out of commission. There's no really correct reproduction available, and originals are unobtainium.
Fog light covers aren't factory, but are nice to have to protect the lenses if you actually plan to drive it much.
Should be flanged hex nuts, rather than wing nuts, on the battery hold down.
Carb is correct for a CJ, but an automatic transmission application. 4-speed carb would be a C9AF-9510-M.

Jay

'69 GT500 #2911
If you are referring to the oil pressure gauge being off to the right let me say that mine drops off to the right sometimes depending on the needle position when I turn the car off. It still works fine when the car is running. This one might do the same. Didn't see all the pics but could be a "U" service carb? Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: cj750 on July 11, 2020, 05:25:50 PM
Gary:

That would be a lucky break if the oil pressure gauge is original and still functional. 

Carb has an "N" suffix.

Jay
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 11, 2020, 06:05:39 PM
Guys,

i want to thank all of ya'll who gave me tips both publicly and privately because that is what I really appreciate about the Forum.  I am a really good wrench and a former Ford mechanic but I certainly don't know all the nuances of these cars and, especially the 69/70 version.  I really want to thank Jim Cowles for his willingness to chat with me because he was certainly under no obligation to do so.  No doubt for the few things that I will want to do to this car I will turn to Jim for his aid.

One thing everyone saw was the oil pressure gauge.  Of course the oil pressure gauge did work fine when I got there and it looked, to me at least, to be original and not one of the Faria reproductions.  I don't know why it was pegged over in the photo but it was normal today.  It could be ready to die or maybe it was just one of those things.  I have an instrument in my airplane that does the same thing once in a while when it is turned off but never in operation -- who knows?  They usually won't completely give up the ship until the first time I take my wife for a ride.

I did get the joke on the caution fan decal.  By the way my 67 GT500 did have the caution fan decal and I stuck it on myself years ago because I thought it made the engine compartment look better and I was enjoying buying what I thought were the right stickers and making it look in a way that I thought was right.  Once Bob Gaines restored my air cleaner top, and gave me some tips about other things that were wrong, I peeled it back off and have resolved the errors of my ways.  My 67 GT500 is not a real concours car at SAAC but it is to every other car show I have entered because those judges just know shiny paint and a nice presentation.

I went through all the date codes and part numbers on the car and it was pretty much spot on.  The only bad "code/number issue" was what I knew before I went there and that is that the block has no vin number on it and the carburetor, although expertly restored and stamped, was made about a month after the car and looks like it was for an automatic.  I think all the 69's had the vin number on either the block or the head (or both) so it is what it is.  At least the motor is on the right side of the calendar as it is an 8M20 meaning December 20, 1968  The car was produced on February 10, 1969 so it could be worse.

The car did everything ok except for one fault and that was the tilt away column.  First, I did not expect it to have a tilt away because it was not on the Marti Report but it was there -- is that correct?  Second, the tilt-way would not reliably lock back in place or allow it to start because I think the vacuum motor that pulls the cable is either bad, too tight, or not installed correctly.  I don't know but I told the seller that would have to be resolved because the transporter would get pissed if the car doesn't start.   My sense looking at this car -- especially the exhaust -- and he paint around the cylinder heads on the exhaust ports that it has not been driven much.

The cosmetics were really good on the car as was the interior and underside presentation.  It had all the right overspray, primer and finishes down to a very nice Scott Fuller exhaust.  With that said I could not figure out why one lower control arm was properly dipped in black paint and the other one was still natural -- someone's got some splainin to do to me.  I guess that is a project that I can tackle at some point in the future.  The only cosmetic negative was the convertible top fit around the back of the car was just not perfect.  I know that the base of the top is clamped around the convertible top well so maybe that can be adjusted out. 

Other than the tilt away column problem the only mechanical negatives were (a) the AM 8 Track which was correct to the car and did not work but does turn on; (b) the brake light under the key is normally on but when you press the parking brake it goes out?; (c) the drivers's door fits pretty well but you seem to shut it harder than I like -- it has NOS rubber gaskets so I don't think its the gaskets but I will need to sort that out -- the gaps look nice; and (d) the freshly rebuilt air pump sounds like it has a bearing bad but, as they say, its either going to get better or worse.  I can tell that Jim's shop really put a lot of effort into sorting out what was once a real pig.

I left the dealer after about a four hour inspection and we now have worked out a deal with one issue that we will sort out Monday but it is not the sort of issue that is really a contingency on the purchase.  For those of you who have looked at the ad at Marshall Goldman  I am not paying near the asking for the car and they are taking an extraordinarily nice 2005 NSX that i have owned in trade at a very fair number. in my opinion.  I was bored with the NSX so I am going to welcome Shelby #3 to the stable. 

One question for you experts and I don't know the answer is whether more documents on the car are available from the SAAC Registrar.  I may be making this up in my mind but I seem to think that the Registrar had some service documents on my 67 GT500 because I can't figure out where else I got them from.  Here is the stable that it is joining.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Coralsnake on July 11, 2020, 06:29:58 PM
Eric, I have a carb you may have interest in...the 4spd version with a 913 date code
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Bill on July 11, 2020, 06:35:51 PM

One question for you experts and I don't know the answer is whether more documents on the car are available from the SAAC Registrar.  I may be making this up in my mind but I seem to think that the Registrar had some service documents on my 67 GT500 because I can't figure out where else I got them from. 

Send a private message to Mongo (Vinny) the 69/70 registrar
http://www.saacforum.com/index.php?action=profile;u=104

If there are additional documentation to be had, he will let you know.

Congratulations on the purchase.

Bill
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 11, 2020, 07:26:36 PM
Gary:

That would be a lucky break if the oil pressure gauge is original and still functional. 

Carb has an "N" suffix.

Jay
My car-which I purchased in 1985- still has the original Faria gauges.  Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: capecodmustang.com on July 12, 2020, 08:22:04 AM
Congrats on your purchase Eric

I had #1016 about 10-12 years ago...

I'll try to find some photos...

Welcome to the Shelby Convertible Gang...!


Bret
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 12, 2020, 08:44:12 AM
Thanks Bret and also for your time in discussing the car with me.  If you ever come across an NOS or good OEM convertible roll bar keep me in mind because that is the only major part on the car that had to go back as reproduction although, quite frankly, it looks fine as is.  If you come up with any photos of 1019 send em to me along with a bill.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Bob Gaines on July 12, 2020, 10:06:35 AM
Thanks Bret and also for your time in discussing the car with me.  If you ever come across an NOS or good OEM convertible roll bar keep me in mind because that is the only major part on the car that had to go back as reproduction although, quite frankly, it looks fine as is.  If you come up with any photos of 1019 send em to me along with a bill.
Other then missing the surf board tie downs the repro bars look pretty close.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: cj750 on July 12, 2020, 01:09:14 PM
Congratulations on your purchase. Looks like it's going to fit right in.

Jay
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: FL SAAC on July 13, 2020, 08:51:20 AM
Congratulations  !
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 13, 2020, 01:33:24 PM
Guys,

i want to thank all of ya'll who gave me tips both publicly and privately because that is what I really appreciate about the Forum.  I am a really good wrench and a former Ford mechanic but I certainly don't know all the nuances of these cars and, especially the 69/70 version.  I really want to thank Jim Cowles for his willingness to chat with me because he was certainly under no obligation to do so.  No doubt for the few things that I will want to do to this car I will turn to Jim for his aid.

One thing everyone saw was the oil pressure gauge.  Of course the oil pressure gauge did work fine when I got there and it looked, to me at least, to be original and not one of the Faria reproductions.  I don't know why it was pegged over in the photo but it was normal today.  It could be ready to die or maybe it was just one of those things.  I have an instrument in my airplane that does the same thing once in a while when it is turned off but never in operation -- who knows?  They usually won't completely give up the ship until the first time I take my wife for a ride.

I did get the joke on the caution fan decal.  By the way my 67 GT500 did have the caution fan decal and I stuck it on myself years ago because I thought it made the engine compartment look better and I was enjoying buying what I thought were the right stickers and making it look in a way that I thought was right.  Once Bob Gaines restored my air cleaner top, and gave me some tips about other things that were wrong, I peeled it back off and have resolved the errors of my ways.  My 67 GT500 is not a real concours car at SAAC but it is to every other car show I have entered because those judges just know shiny paint and a nice presentation.

I went through all the date codes and part numbers on the car and it was pretty much spot on.  The only bad "code/number issue" was what I knew before I went there and that is that the block has no vin number on it and the carburetor, although expertly restored and stamped, was made about a month after the car and looks like it was for an automatic.  I think all the 69's had the vin number on either the block or the head (or both) so it is what it is.  At least the motor is on the right side of the calendar as it is an 8M20 meaning December 20, 1968  The car was produced on February 10, 1969 so it could be worse.

The car did everything ok except for one fault and that was the tilt away column.  First, I did not expect it to have a tilt away because it was not on the Marti Report but it was there -- is that correct?  Second, the tilt-way would not reliably lock back in place or allow it to start because I think the vacuum motor that pulls the cable is either bad, too tight, or not installed correctly.  I don't know but I told the seller that would have to be resolved because the transporter would get pissed if the car doesn't start.   My sense looking at this car -- especially the exhaust -- and he paint around the cylinder heads on the exhaust ports that it has not been driven much.

The cosmetics were really good on the car as was the interior and underside presentation.  It had all the right overspray, primer and finishes down to a very nice Scott Fuller exhaust.  With that said I could not figure out why one lower control arm was properly dipped in black paint and the other one was still natural -- someone's got some splainin to do to me.  I guess that is a project that I can tackle at some point in the future.  The only cosmetic negative was the convertible top fit around the back of the car was just not perfect.  I know that the base of the top is clamped around the convertible top well so maybe that can be adjusted out. 

Other than the tilt away column problem the only mechanical negatives were (a) the AM 8 Track which was correct to the car and did not work but does turn on; (b) the brake light under the key is normally on but when you press the parking brake it goes out?; (c) the drivers's door fits pretty well but you seem to shut it harder than I like -- it has NOS rubber gaskets so I don't think its the gaskets but I will need to sort that out -- the gaps look nice; and (d) the freshly rebuilt air pump sounds like it has a bearing bad but, as they say, its either going to get better or worse.  I can tell that Jim's shop really put a lot of effort into sorting out what was once a real pig.

I left the dealer after about a four hour inspection and we now have worked out a deal with one issue that we will sort out Monday but it is not the sort of issue that is really a contingency on the purchase.  For those of you who have looked at the ad at Marshall Goldman  I am not paying near the asking for the car and they are taking an extraordinarily nice 2005 NSX that i have owned in trade at a very fair number. in my opinion.  I was bored with the NSX so I am going to welcome Shelby #3 to the stable. 

One question for you experts and I don't know the answer is whether more documents on the car are available from the SAAC Registrar.  I may be making this up in my mind but I seem to think that the Registrar had some service documents on my 67 GT500 because I can't figure out where else I got them from.  Here is the stable that it is joining.
Congrats on your purchase and welcome to the 69-70 vert family. The best looking cars of that era in my book-why I own one. I mentioned earlier that my oil pressure gauge has been doing that for years. Depends if it is "over center" on which way it "falls" when I shut off my car. So sometimes it is to the left and other times to the right but works fine with the car running.  Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Tor on July 13, 2020, 07:11:33 PM
Hello
Enjoy your new car

Tor
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 13, 2020, 07:24:37 PM
Thanks guys.  I am looking forward to getting it here and getting the last details on the car sorted.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 14, 2020, 10:48:05 AM
Thanks guys.  I am looking forward to getting it here and getting the last details on the car sorted.
I have owned my GT350 for 35 years now. Still puts a smile on my face when I drive it with the top down. I love the 69-70s the best. Always have always will. Now I love all year Shelbys but we all have our tastes.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Special Ed on July 14, 2020, 01:50:04 PM
Gary did u register that 70 Shelby for our 50th anniversary 1970 Shelby boss show in October?
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 18, 2020, 06:15:13 PM
The worst is now over, I wrote the check for the car.  It will probably be in my hands in about ten days.  Now i can start sorting out the things that I need to do to get it ready for SAAC.  Any of you ever done the "O-K" stamp on the valve cover.  I saw that Deadnutson has a pretty good looking stamp but I have never tried that exercise.  All advice on how to do that is welcomed.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: Bob Gaines on July 18, 2020, 10:45:25 PM
The worst is now over, I wrote the check for the car.  It will probably be in my hands in about ten days.  Now i can start sorting out the things that I need to do to get it ready for SAAC.  Any of you ever done the "O-K" stamp on the valve cover.  I saw that Deadnutson has a pretty good looking stamp but I have never tried that exercise.  All advice on how to do that is welcomed.
As easy as it gets . Yellow ink or yellow paint. Use a stamp pad or a chevy magazine for your paint or ink. Stamp a few things to get the feel of pressure needed etc. and go for it .If you mess up have some lacquer thinner standing by on a rag to get rid of the mess up and go again. There are others that are harder because rounded surface or painted surfaces but the aluminum valve cover spot is flat and the material forgiving.   
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on July 18, 2020, 11:21:17 PM
Thanks Bob.  That will be my first project.  But I can't use a Chevy Magazine because I am also a Corvette Guy.  Oops.

Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 19, 2020, 12:19:12 PM
Gary did u register that 70 Shelby for our 50th anniversary 1970 Shelby boss show in October?
not yet. Still need to do some work on my Shelby but have been working on the 69 Mach1 when it isn't 100 degrees in my garage. Mach has been apart for 5 years now. Goal is to get it running real soon. Getting there. Also need to know the specifics on over night stay and security of cars. Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: 69 GT350 Vert on July 20, 2020, 08:45:02 AM
The engine bay looks great Gary!
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on July 22, 2020, 02:58:42 PM
The engine bay looks great Gary!
Thanks. It has been a lot of work stripping down and working around the engine for the aprons and working around the aprons for the engine. Dan Reiter's old car. He had a LOT OF FUN at various SAAC events in this car a few decades ago. I think it has been to more NASCAR tracks than I have and I have been to a "few". I'm sure some remember a red 69 428 SCJ  Mach1 running around SAAC tracks back in the 90s to early 2000s with Dan(Cobrask8) and Regina at the wheel. Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on August 03, 2020, 10:04:42 PM
Just to show that I was not full of BS, the Shelby arrived late last week.  If you need to ship a car (and I have done this alot) I used Reliable and they were "Reliable".  The driver called and said he was leaving Cleveland, Ohio and would be in Houston, Texas the next day between "X" and "Y".  As it turns out he hit the middle.  When the car showed up they had it covered in a plastic car condom and then with a cotton car cover just in case one of the upper deck cars leaked or did something else wrong.  The restoration by Shelby Parts and Restoration was exceptionally well done.  I was not able to drive the car when I went up to inspect because it was raining.  My first drive turned up almost no faults which is pretty impressive considering the restoration was still fresh enough that the rubber strings from the tire molds were still on the tread.  Here are a few pics to prove my standing in the 69/70 crowd.
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: FL SAAC on August 03, 2020, 10:50:39 PM
Congratulations,  looks great !
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: FL SAAC on August 03, 2020, 11:07:24 PM
And good call on not drivng it in the rain
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on August 04, 2020, 12:46:15 PM
Eric, are all your classic cars red? I only have 2 and they are red(luck of the draw). Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on August 04, 2020, 02:11:56 PM
All the cars are red as is one of my airplanes. 
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: shelbymann1970 on August 04, 2020, 02:15:55 PM
All the cars are red as is one of my airplanes.
That is cool. Gary
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: honker on August 04, 2020, 02:59:11 PM
Staggerwing, an iconic plane ! beautiful  8)

Mike
Title: Re: 1969 GT500 Convertible 9F03R481016
Post by: eric lipper on August 04, 2020, 03:37:59 PM
Staggerwing, an iconic plane ! beautiful  8)

Mike

Note the tail number is N666TX which is the devil from Texas -- that's me.