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Up for sale a very nice used 1970 Shelby GT 350/500 owners manual.  No writing other than spark plug size highlited in orange on spec page as seen in photo. Nothing missing and no torn out pages. Cover slightly faded on left side of front cover.

$160 shipped obo


Up For Auction / I have some Cool EBay parts currently listed
« on: September 09, 2018, 06:36:01 PM »
I have some interesting items available for sale on EBay.  Feel free to inquire about any items listed through SAAC Forum PM or email.  Ebay  prices are a bit inflated due to Ebay’s rather high selling fees.



Up For Auction / Re: 1967 K Code Fastback on Ebay.
« on: September 08, 2018, 04:33:44 PM »
Try to find another one.


CSX 3000 Series / Bill Cosby Cobra
« on: September 07, 2018, 10:18:31 PM »
Is there any chance this is a real photo of Mr Cosby’s Supernake Cobra.  Found it on the internet looking for something else.  Does it look photoshopped?


I found this old photo on the internet.  Not sure which car it is. Looks black to me.


Not every owner wants a concourse restoration.  Not every car deserves a concours restoration.


Maybe its just me but I think this is a great car for someone looking to get into a '67  500 at the low end  and its a good color and 4 spd car .  If your in business and thinking of restoring and selling then maybe not the car.  But If it's your hobby then who cares what it cost. IT'S A HOBBY, right? especially if you are mechanically inclined and motivated.
I mean if you go hunting you do not keep track of how much each gun costs and hunting licence and all your ammo you shoot . Targets and range time and hunting trips.  Golf do you keep track of all the golf trips or course fees, lost balls, broken tees, think NOT.  Do we dare talk about fishing!! That List  is endless. 

The point  is you do not expect to make money in any other hobby so why think that way for this hobby you will find more enjoyment in the car hobby if you do not put a dollar amount on everything that you do or do not do to the car of your dreams. 

Not every car needs to be restored to concours standards there is nothing wrong with a great restoration and driving it .

Now to get back to burning the rest of my NIKE sneakers!!! ;) ;D :P


Well said Dominic!


Up for sale, the nicest and earliest 1966 Shelby GT 350 tachometer I have run across. Cobra logo on top.  Perfect for your carryover or early 66 GT 350. Freshly rebuilt with original dial with patina, correct needle, correctly painted cup and bracket. Dated July 1965 on back.  Ready to install. The best available.

Interested parties only please email for pictures.  Email or contact through SAAC Forum.

$1500 plus shipping


Also check out my Ebay items currently listed under username jone67

Up for sale an excellent used C5OE dampner/ balancer.  Perfect for your early 1965 GT 350. Good rubber, currently unpainted.  No hammer marks, no rust.  Original machining marks still present.  Date and timing marks crisp and clear.  No weird holes or modifications.

$675 obo plus shipping

Pictures can be sent to interested parties.  Please email or PM through SAAC Forum system.


SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: The future of the SAAC
« on: August 18, 2018, 08:33:19 PM »
Thank you Ron and Jay and all volunteers!


Up for sale a very nice used Holley 3259-1 Lemans bowl carb.  Dated first week of May 1967.  Well running carb that would not need a full rebuild unless you wanted to go that way.  Rumor has it, was fitted to 1965 #003 when outfitted in R model configuration just before conversion to it's current and correct street configuration.

Pictures can be sent to interested parties. PM or email me through forum system. I don't check the site regularly during normal work hours.

Offered at $950 plus $40 shipping or any reasonable offers.

Interesting 65-67 Shelby parts and 289 hipo parts always considered as full or partial trade.

Other interesting parts will be listed shortly.



I should have known you would know.  No cancel pins.  Was fitted to a 66 GT 350H at one time, so not some multi application wheel from eBay. Spokes go straight into side of wood with no plastic tabs.  Epoxy ring on back.  Later style conical style stainless complete horn button assembly.


I was given a nice used over the counter later 1968-up real Shelby wood steering wheel.  I realize it is not as desirable as a true 66 wood wheel or a 67, but am told it has less dish and is a more comfortable wheel for a driver.

What is a general price range for one of these?


Washington Region SAAC (WASAAC) / Re: WASAAC MEETIMG 7/26
« on: July 26, 2018, 09:06:10 PM »
Special tonight!

1968 trivia questions courtesy of the biggest 68 fan out there... ‘HOV’

1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: “Z” stamps on ‘67 VIN plates
« on: July 26, 2018, 09:03:37 PM »
#2325 outboards, destined for Gotham Ford has Z stamp


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