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The painted items in the interior were Dark Charcoal Metallic. This refers to interior painted panels and not things like mounting brackets and such. The dash pad extensions were a flatter version of the same color based on the descriptions in the paint chip pages of the period

If you have a non-fold down fastback there are a couple of rear smaller parts that are the same lower gloss formula as the dash extensions but you mentioned that yours is a fold down

The paint charts will list the painted parts in two groups when you read it

Don't recoat over old paint. Strip everything, lay down a new nice coat to keep the grain on many of these parts visible. Many use a couple of light semi-gloss black coats followed by one or two light slightly dry coats of Charcoal over the black base since many times the Charcoal is thin with allot of clear carrier with metallic some color in it

One related earlier thread. Where were dozens in Forum #1 Only 36 or so now :)  and most are in the 67 section
Here's three
1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: power steering clamp question
« Last post by Kent on Today at 03:07:18 AM »
And the pinch clamp is the much better designI only work with pinch clamps on power steering and fuel lines, you can buy them in stainless thats a nice thing, not concours but better looking and it has more stock/ professional appearance tha a cheap wal mart china screw clamp.
Ask a Registrar / Re: 1967 Shelby Mustang registry
« Last post by Kent on Today at 03:04:10 AM »
Great, cant wait to have it in my hands.
SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« Last post by jerry merrill on Today at 01:47:31 AM »
Anyone recognize this car from 1974 Phoenix International raceway powered by a 351w. The car had no Shelby fender tag but I think it probably was a real GT 350. It was extremely quick.
Up For Auction / Re: Carroll Shelbys Daytona Coupe Going to Auction
« Last post by Don Johnston on Today at 01:34:25 AM »

• Previously owned and driven by Carroll Shelby
• Current owner purchased this car directly from Carroll Shelby
• Well-documented including a title in Shelby’s name
• Vintage race history includes wins at Laguna Seca and Goodwood
• Driven by Phil Hill, Derek Hill, Derek Bell, John Morton and Brian Redman
• McCluskey Daytona Coupe body commissioned by Carroll Shelby under his ownership
• An impressive piece of racing history
• Listed in the Shelby Registry

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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: SAAC 46 CA
« Last post by Don Johnston on Today at 01:26:27 AM »
We will be there.  We are nuts!  And vaccinated.

We have to show up so we can get a good refresher of names, faces and lots of amazing power toys.

I would suggest that we move this discussion over to the SAAC-46 discussion in the Events section. 8)
SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: SAAC 46 CA
« Last post by BrentW on Today at 12:53:29 AM »
Is that the museum in Martinez? I haven't been there yet but heard it is awesome. The SAAC 46 announcement email states they're going to try for a social there so hopefully that happens!
SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: SAAC 46 CA
« Last post by pchmotoho on Today at 12:31:53 AM »
Hoping the Cobra Experience is part of the weekend agenda. That place was beyond amazing.
1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: 0100 Old And New Photos
« Last post by 2112 on Today at 12:19:51 AM »
Looks like Red chrome
Up For Auction / Re: Carroll Shelbys Daytona Coupe Going to Auction
« Last post by 2112 on Today at 12:17:45 AM »
Which original Cobra was it converted from?

And when?
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