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You'd be a lucky dog to have those Dougs  !

I like Pintos but this made me Laugh... A FORD Pinto with SIDE PIPES and a Girl with a Chevy Heady in the same Ad.

Looks like a Fiero on steroids.

So I guess that would make Shelby's just a Falcon on Steroids?

That's mine on the transporters...the black one !

Which one is yours?

Those are 2007's, Nice.

The Lounge / Re: Augmented Reality
« on: March 20, 2020, 12:12:58 PM »
That's got to be one of the nicest fillys I have seen...

I thought this was going to be about boob jobs.

Me too!!

That's actually a picture of my sister from "a few" years ago. She didn't tell me she shot that?

Time has not been kind to her though. She has put on a few pounds. Actually a few hundred?

And I see where those Pounds attached themselves.

Since it has a Reserve...."No Sale".

Bullitt.  Mainly because the GT 350R will be selling On Line instead of in a Tent with 100's of People. 

SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: March 19, 2020, 07:23:16 AM »
pink boss?

69 BOSS 302 with 70 Boss Stripes OR, 70 Fastback with 69 Front End.

You know it is serious when the Cancel the Augusta Golf Tournament.....It's GOLF and it's OUTSIDE. 

SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: March 17, 2020, 07:43:53 AM »
While looking for some thing else in the book "Monstrous American Car Spotter's Guide 1920-1980" my copy printed 1986, I came

 across this image. '65 Mustang 2+2 fastback, looks like '65 GT350 wheels, and what's with the "Hurst" license plate ? Did "Hurst"

 have rental Mustangs in '65 ? could it be a composite (early photo shop ?)


It is an HURST Wheels Ad.  You would see those Wheels a lot on 65-67 GTO's and 442's.

SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: March 13, 2020, 01:49:07 PM »
The "Big Foot" driving a station wagon

NOT just a Station Wagon, it's a VISTA CRUISER.... you can literally "Cruise The Vista".
(That 70's Show....Red when he got Stoned and sold the Wagon)

Personally, I like it and hope it sells.  I am planning something similar where I will be doing 25 Shelby's.   

SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: March 04, 2020, 03:18:21 PM »
I love green cars, I love cars with red interiors. A green car with a red interior?  Not so much. We might never know, but not hard to imagine that the seats were changed to black before or at delivery to the first buyer.

I have seen a car that combined a red interior with green resembling 1966 Ivy Green.

You might be surprised. I fell in love with the combo immediately.

There is also this one.  It is a very Light Green Metallic and that is the original Owner standing with it.  The Photo does not do the green Justice. it is lighter than Lime Gold.


SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« on: March 03, 2020, 02:28:51 PM »
back seat anyone...

I had a 1970 Grande Couple that had the Dealer Installed Rumble Seat.

1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: Rear disc brake conversion for 14" wheels
« on: February 26, 2020, 09:40:55 AM »
I know there is a company that makes a conversion for the 9" rear, just don't know who off-the-cuff.

Remember - you will need a different master cylinder and remove the prop valve for the brakes to work correctly. The stock system sends the bulk of the brake fluid to the front. 4 wheel disc will need roughly equal to all corners.

All the Versalles needs for a master cylinder is the stock one with the rear check valve removed.

The proportion of front to rear braking doesn't change.

There isn't a lot of advantage to rear disc brakes. In fact they seem to have perpetually an issue with keeping the Parking brake operable. With automatic transmission cars, that doesn't matter much because most of that is handled by the transmission.

The main advantage is quicker cooling down from repetitive stops from 100 mph or more and better water jamming resistance.

Other then that, they just look cool.

I have an entire spare Versalles here, minus the banjo, pumpkin and axles.

I would advise, should you decide to go that route, stock Versalles axles are 28 spline and you might want to consider 31 spline Strange axles?

You COULD use a stock 9" Mustang banjo with the Versalles brakes, but you might need to modify the mounting flanges slightly on it?

Just curious,  Might be a dumb question so try not to bash me to hard.... talking about cooling, I know the Slots are used to help Cooling and to remove Brake Dust on Rotors,  does any one make a Drum that has Slots in them?

1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: Rear disc brake conversion for 14" wheels
« on: February 25, 2020, 02:11:22 PM »
It might be too late to find one BUT, if you can find a Lincoln Versailles Rear End, they were built in the late 70's and had Rear Disc Brakes. Many Friends installed them in their 65-68 Mustangs.  I worked at an Auto Salvage Yard and bought everyone that came in and they would sell fast and I always doubled my Money. Maybe you can get the Part Numbers for the needed Parts and by those.

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