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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: bullitt mustang
« Last post by silverton_ford on Today at 01:03:36 PM »
Press release on the Lemay website.   https://www.americascarmuseum.org/wp-content/uploads/ACM-Bullitt-Mustang-FINAL.pdf

It is the USA car.  The one that has been on tour for a while hitting a lot of major shows.

I am planning on making the 200 mile one way trip to see it at the end of January when they also have the "Heros of Bavaria" dinner.  Should be a fun day.  Regardless, the Lemay Museum is quite a site to see and everyone should visit it at least once if they are in the area and have lots of time.
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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: bullitt mustang
« Last post by Coralsnake on Today at 12:54:55 PM »
Is ir the one from Mexico or the one from the US ?
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1968 Shelby GT350/500/500KR / Re: Floor mats
« Last post by tesgt350 on Today at 12:49:29 PM »
Thank you all. So Ill change the question...what do yall use?

These rubber pony mats were in my 350 when I bought it and are very nice.  No information on the brand or where they were purchased.

Those were offered thru Ford over the Counter Accessories.  If you ever watch "American Pickers" on one show they were picking some guys old Ford Dealership or a Garage of a man that owned a Ford Dealership way back and Frank found a stack of those NOS Mats still in the Boxes and he only bought one set in White.  Got them real cheap too.
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1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: Center headlight bracket style
« Last post by JD on Today at 12:36:27 PM »
^^^ yes, two parts vs one part and
the number of holes and
the shape/footprint of the parts and
which plane they are attached to are all variables.
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1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: Center headlight bracket style
« Last post by cascade-classics on Today at 12:04:19 PM »
These are actually a pair of supports I have.  In addition to the "number of holes" I was curious about the way the two hole and three hole brackets are welded to the center support.  The two hole is mounted towards the "front" of the center support bracket and directly to the vertical bar.  The three hole is mounted farther back and has an additional horizontal lower brace running from the vertical center support to the mounting plate.  This mounting positions causes the headlights to be farther back on Support 2 than 1.  Someone posted a picture of a three hole but it is not mounted to the center support the same way the original pictures show.  Thoughts? 
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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / bullitt mustang
« Last post by papa scoops on Today at 11:40:09 AM »
is on display at le mays in Tacoma wa. is it real? how do we know? I've followed it from early days, in barn, got wrecked by owner, parked, partialy restored, on display with 2019 mustang, know there were 3 built, think two for movie,  1 for McQueen (personal, later given away) movie cars were NOT highland green, were repainted dk green for movie including rocker and side moldings,shaved, holes for new side mirror etc. has anyone seen the car yet? don't want to drive 20 miles to find a fake. anyone? phred
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You would think that anyone who was serious about someday restoring a car like this would at least have the foresight to not let it rot away under a tarp in the weeds.  There is probably not a worse way to preserve a car than to store it this way.  It would be far better to get it under some sort of shelter and away from the moisture, even a car port or some sort of roof over is much better than a tarp that traps and holds moisture next to the surface.  What a crime.
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1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: Center headlight bracket style
« Last post by tonys_shelby on Today at 10:45:45 AM »
#706 2 hole SA completion date 01/18/67
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I have heard positive comments about Dale Manufacturing in Salem, OR.    Give them a try.  http://hbrepair.com/
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  Kranky,
       I am not doubting your word at all , but I would like to see the  "rule book" on that one.
    Randy
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