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The Lounge / 67 GT500 featured in NY Times article
« on: July 06, 2020, 11:32:42 AM »
Nice Nightmist Blue 67 GT500 featured in a NY Times article about the joys of driving an old car.  Lists the owner as Phil Bell of New Hampshire.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/02/business/driving-older-cars.html?searchResultPosition=1


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Replicas and Tribute / 67 Shelby headlight wiring harness?
« on: February 27, 2019, 09:34:47 AM »
building a 67 GT500 tribute and buying all new wiring harnesses.  For the front headlights, can anyone answer do you need the 67 with Tach, with foglamps... or the 67 with Tach, without fog lamps?  Or does it even matter?

Sorry, should be able to figure this out, but havenít yet and about to order all wiring.  Any help appreciated.

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1967 Shelby GT350/500 / 67 GT350 Cooling Questions
« on: September 25, 2018, 02:37:05 PM »
Hi All... A couple quick questions while I have the radiator out to flush and install better drain plug.

1) Were the radiators painted semi-gloss black, similar to the engine bay? 
Radiator repair shops seem to favor a high gloss black and I just wanted to make sure I repaint correctly before putting back in.  Will add... mine is an older repro, not original FoMoCo.  20in, 2 core, has similar style tie rod and cools great, so figured worth at least maintaining until I find an original some day.

2) Are the correct hoses the stapled wire style clamp ones like pictured from VCM?
If yes, I'll swap out before putting back together.


3) Did they come originally with a spring in the bottom hose?  Or is that something people started doing later to keep the hose from collapsing?

Any help appreciated.

John
67 GT350 #2246

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1967 Shelby GT350/500 / P/S Cooling
« on: January 21, 2018, 11:55:15 PM »
Hi All.  My 67 GT350 does not have the cooling loop on the power steering.  I thought all 67 GT350s and GT500s came with this.  I looked up the part # in SAAC registry and bought the cooler (P/N C6AZ-3D746-A, this one stamped C5AA-3D746C).

1) Am I correct that all 67s had this power steering cooler?  Or is it possible this was an option mine did not have from Shelby?

2) Assuming I should have it, any suggestions where to track down the additional hoses needed to install the cooling loop?

Thanks,

John

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