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I agree, whatever one wants to do....

I am remembering again in my younger Shelby ownership....I was 22 years old, car number 1424, modified. Funnest car ever....I had it at my parents house in the garage. A garage door spring gave way and the top of the rear quarter was hit. It was ugly....but I was going back to school and did not have the money to fix it. I drove it!! It still offered me all the fun....Correct? NOT! I did not have a care in the world....but we are talking about hood pins today....something funny about that.

Wish I had that car today! I would sell my current GT350 that I have now in 2 seconds for it. One thing is for sure, we cannot get that time back!

Yeah, the angle of the pin is easy enough to change, I did not even think of that, I just made sure it did not touch. Man all that stuff that has to be right to be correct....I would not want to do the concourse gig personally.....

If you can see the 3rd picture, it is not touching the rivet.

Sorry, it seems to be a iPhone thing that I cannot figure out! I took a clear plastic oil pan plug and used the washer as a buffer between the clip and the plate.

Ford GT / Re: My 06 GT w friends
« on: May 26, 2020, 02:41:15 PM »
Nice! I have a 06 also, those are the best of the best!!! I see that banner has the famous signature! Too bad you can only take one of your "friends" at a time for a ride. lol

I know the feeling, getting wet under is not cool, I do try to keep it as dry as possible, but I dont worry about it anymore, as i have no interest in car shows, thus I just try to stay dry. Sometime I wonder why I just did not do a nice job under and leave it at that, my first Shelby got a light undercoating and that was it. I would get in the car and go 700 miles, now I will not get 70 miles on it.

The Lounge / Re: Memorial Day
« on: May 25, 2020, 02:11:26 PM »
My Dad landed on the beaches of Normandy France the first week of July 1944.

He was part of that great generation.

Miss him terribly....

My Uncle Steve was there also, he always marched in out local parade, until he was not around anymore, he was a great man, mathematician, investor, husband and I am honored to have been one of many nieces and nephews. He also had something to do with keeping track of all the veterans. You are right they were a great generation, and I do not know what went wrong with the followup generations.

Up For Auction / Re: 1968 Shelby 8TJ02J116117 For Sale on Ebay
« on: May 25, 2020, 02:02:52 PM »

Too each his own.
I have a friend who is Shelby owner, and whenever anyone was working on a Mustang, he would always refer to the Mustang as "that" or "its good enough, for that"
Sounds degrading to me.

2714 and 889 made some laps around the neighborhood earlier today and I am getting the King Cobra out in a bit

WOW, you have some beautiful RED cars!!! Love your 67! I would love a 67 in red or white! I was looking for a red FGT and came upon mine which was a total different color then I thought I would ever get and I am very happy with it also! I have a 67 Moss green which I am not crazy in love with, but beggars cannot be choosers! I wanted either White or Red or dark Blue in the 67...


Usually when I social distance someone is smelling 110 from me exercising the accelerator pedal. I'm immune so It's not a concern for me.

Yes being immune is a good thing, as with all viruses, and other things that can make people sick, we build up our immunity, however if they are going to close down and make us stay away, we will have no immunity system left in 10 years, you want to talk about sick.....?

I did drive my 2 cars, but I have not a picture of the drive.... One for the heck of it and the other for inspection.

OK, two file photos

Parts For Sale / Over the counter Steering Wheel
« on: May 23, 2020, 05:22:57 PM »
Here is a nice over the counter steering wheel, please study the pictures and determine whether or not you can use it or want it. I was using it as a display  in my home. I do know that it is solid, and the horn does not function, thus it is best for 65 or 66? But it will fit a 67, you might be able to modify the horn to work? PM me if interested. Limit of 4 pictures...
$2350.00 Shipped within the lower 48 States for free. PayPal friends/family.

Sideways pictures are out of my control.

Up For Auction / Re: 69 70 wheels
« on: May 23, 2020, 02:49:20 PM »
In that case, are the cars worth more for parts than whole?

Mind boggling!

Appeals / Re: '67 Hubcaps vs. M'Stars
« on: May 22, 2020, 10:34:05 PM »
I think there is paperwork that would tell you....maybe a Marti report might help also?

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