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Appeals / Re: SAAC 21 T-Shirt 2XXL
« on: January 25, 2021, 10:44:13 AM »
This is SAAC21, for reference only, not for sale.

Dat be da one!  :)

Appeals / Re: SAAC 21 T-Shirt 2XXL
« on: January 21, 2021, 03:03:39 PM »
Which one is that

I'm sorry, brain fart I'm old.  SAAC 21 at Lime Rock, July of 1996

Appeals / SAAC 21 T-Shirt 2XXL
« on: January 11, 2021, 07:47:43 PM »
I know that this is a fruitless search but I'll ask anyway. SAAC 25 was the only convention that I had attended and somehow I've lost my SAAC 21 T-Shirt. If anyone has a show T-shirt in a @XXL and is willing to sell it to me please let me know.

Parts For Sale / Original 289 Cobra Roadster oil pan.
« on: April 14, 2020, 04:21:32 PM »
Looking for a reasonably priced ($1500.00 - $2000.00) Original Cobra 289 roadster oil pan. Not the T-Pan style.

John O

Jim, I realize that this is an old ad, but I'm wondering if the oil pan is still available? If it is would you accept an offer of $1500.00.

John O

Replicas and Tribute / Re: My replica 289 Roadster
« on: December 09, 2018, 10:53:50 AM »
Hi Bill. hoping to in the spring. Did you notice who is sitting behind my car in the last photo? Our old friend Mr. Karns. That was the last car show he attended in Oct 2017. Miss him.

John O

Replicas and Tribute / Re: My replica 289 Roadster
« on: November 16, 2018, 08:50:32 PM »
Very nice...beautiful color....

My only suggestion, lose the BFG raised white letters.  Either go with a correct looking Michelin or those would look better turned around/black walls.  The car will look much richer

These are old pictures. I just purchased some whitewall tires.

John O

Replicas and Tribute / Re: My replica 289 Roadster
« on: November 16, 2018, 08:43:29 PM »
No, that's an original AMCO luggage rack. :)

John O

Replicas and Tribute / My replica 289 Roadster
« on: November 13, 2018, 07:24:59 PM »
I posted a thread about my 289 replica about 5 or 6 years ago but was lost in the great meltdown  :-\
A little history, This is my tribute to csx2367. I've loved this car since I first saw it cruising around No New Jersey. It was owned by Joe Angeleri who had been the original buyer. Joe owned 2367 for I believe 46 yrs. Its' presently owned by Dave Wathen. I built this myself using a Factory Five chassis and the body was made by Mr. Bruce (Bruce Chervenack). I fabricated all the aluminum sub structure, engine compartment, interior dash and glove box. The glove box door was a challenge but I'm pleased with the way it came out. And Oh yes, the trunk. I tried to replicate as closely as possible with what I had to work with. The motor is a 1965 289 HiPo, (I love the sound of solid lifters, almost erotic) with an original 289 Cobra dual quad set up. Carter carbs, 3258s and 3259s. It has a five speed Tremec and a straight axle 3:55 trac loc rear. Here are some pics.

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