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I hope we can still buy fuel (reasonably) in 20 years.   :-X

Hmmm, maybe I will buy a few Shelby Mustangs and convert them to ALL Electric. 

The Lounge / Re: You asked for it you got it, the Mustang E !
« on: November 06, 2019, 04:35:49 PM »
Two things..
1. Thank goodness the "E" doesn't stand for Eleanor !
2. How do you hot rod an electric car?


Simple, you just install one of the Batteries backwards. That will really make it burn    rubber.

CSX 2000 Series / Re: Lark Cigarettes
« on: November 01, 2019, 02:18:42 PM »
Of course I remember Lark cigarettes and cigarette advertising everywhere, that doesn’t make me an old fart does it? Does it?!
Where is CSX2162 today?

And Nascar was the Winston Cup for a LONG time.

CSX 3000 Series / Re: Information csx 3122
« on: October 30, 2019, 03:18:56 PM »
Hi everyone , my friend recently bought csx 3122 in UK , the story is , crashed years ago , rebuild frame and new alubody , 427 top Oiler , original old uk title paper , stating csx 3122 , how can we be sure..?
Best regards

When you say "Rebuild Frame", does that mean the Frame was REPLACED or was it straightened out and REPAIRED?

Up For Auction / Re: 1968 GT500 on eBay
« on: October 29, 2019, 11:56:35 AM »
I always like the discussions of price.

Have you seen a lot of 1968 Shelbys change hands under 50k?
I have seen a lot of really NICE GT 500 Drivers change Hands for between $75K and $90K.   I would say the one being offered is a $15K to $20K at best.

Up For Auction / Re: 1969 Shelby GT350 in Phoenix, Az.
« on: October 22, 2019, 09:57:57 AM »
Am I the only one having trouble opening the contact # on the CL ad-keeps coming up as an error.  If anyone knows the owner/has contact info., pls. send it my way.  Thx.

Usually when it does that, there is no phone number listed so you have to email them.

Follow up:  Big thanks for the tips.  I was able to remove rear glass by myself using the previously mentioned extention chord trick and upward pressure spread across finger tips of both hands.  Pressed out top first then slid forward.   Followed by 3 hours of cleaning and flossing the gasket.

Glad to hear, the Extension Cord has never let me down.

1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: Price reduced
« on: October 14, 2019, 12:31:12 PM »
Those are two totally different Steering Wheels.  One has the Black Plastic and the other has none...……… is either one real?

The Lounge / Re: Attention: Scammers on this website
« on: October 11, 2019, 12:20:06 PM »
I received two text messages the other day saying my Wells Fargo account has been suspended due to fraudulent activity.  Reality is, I do not have a WF account.  It is almost as bad as the calls my Social Security Benefits have been terminated.    If it were not for the numerous people who fall for these ruses, it actually gives me a chuckle for the scammer to think I would fall for their scam.

Back in the 1990's I would get faxes at work from scammers wanting me to send money so they can free up their held funds and my return would be double what I sent them.

It never stops.


I get those Robo-Calls to as well as for Bank of America and Chase and I don't have Accounts with any of them.

SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: October 11, 2019, 12:14:50 PM »
Stone, Woods & Bones 467 ci Hemi powered Shelby gasser.

Pics are from an article in the Feb. 1970 issue of Super Stock and FX magazine.

The article says it's based on a '68 Shelby GT Mustang but rear end looks to be '67 Shelby.

- Phillip

A while back, a guy posted Photos of a Shelby Fastback with a Flip Front End and most parts missing and looking for help to identify it as a 67 GT 500...……….. this looks like it possibly could be it?

Is the Don 'The Snake' Prudomme GT500 street legal?  Rare, but does being street legal or not affect the collector value?  Just askin'. 8)

Don Prudhomme SuperSnake Resources
An 800 horsepower, street legal Shelby with a full tilt front end, five-point Impact safety harness, Borla side exhaust system and more!

The final build numbers for the 2007-09 Don Prudhomme SuperSnake edition are:

5 retail cars and 1 concept car for at total of six cars ever built.

Three of them were 2009 models, one was a 2008 model and two were 2007 models.

All were black in color coupes.

Each car ended up being a one of one car when the model year and options are factored in.

And out of the five retail cars only one was built with SAI supplying the base car. The other four retail cars used the customers existing GT500.

The Prudhomme Super Snake could end up being one of the rarest SAI built cars in recent years.

From the TS Forums.

Up For Auction / Re: NOS 67 Rear E Brake Cable on ebay -WRONG
« on: October 08, 2019, 01:53:14 PM »
It's in Greensboro, NC.  Where is Pookie at?

The sun rises in the east and sets in the west no matter where you are....

These are the first Shelbys since ninteen sixty seven that actually traveled from the Ford Motor Company to Shelby American for their conversion.

These are the S H EL B Y GTHs .

Unless the vehicle took that S H E L B  Y - A M E R I C A N path, it is an SVT or what ever one wants to call them.

I am beginning to think that you should have made THIS thread just about the GT-H because I, and many others would rather have the "Don the Snake Prudomme GT 500" over any GT-H.  I also believe that the "Don the Snake Prudomme GT 500" will always be more collectible and worth more $$$ than the GT-H.  The GT-H might be more "Collected" because there was a WHOLE LOT MORE produced but Value wise, it has to be the "Don the Snake Prudomme GT 500" over the GT-H and the GT, the 1000 and the KR. 

Truly not familiar with this model. Would you please elaborate as to why it would be a contender?

I will have to say the "Don the Snake Prudomme GT 500"

Because SAI only built 4 or 6 of them. 

I will have to say the "Don the Snake Prudomme GT 500"

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