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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: new member
« Last post by 1967 eight barrel on Today at 04:47:38 AM »
Welcome new victim!
I know my wallet has been victimized by my love of the 1967 Shelby.  Good luck filling that bucket list item!
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My 1966  C6ME block is an upside down incomplete A scratch.
                                                       -Keith
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1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Gear ratio Vs. 55 MPH w/3.50 gears.
« Last post by 1967 eight barrel on Today at 02:58:20 AM »
What are most of you turning on the highway with 3.50 gears? I know my tire height is about 25" tall. I don't know what the original tire height was on 1967 Shelbys.
                                                                                                -Keith
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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: The future of the SAAC
« Last post by QuickSilverShelby on Today at 01:39:48 AM »
Thanks Jay and Ron,

Location of board members is not a big deal. We have the conferencing technology, Skype for example, to allow board meetings to be held at anytime.

Since there is a The Board Room section on the forum, I would suggest the agenda for the board meetings be placed there and allow members to post ideas and suggestions to be included in the agenda. 

As you can probably imagine, the last three months worth of board meetings have dealt almost exclusively with convention details. I believe that all those countless hours paid off in the form of a great convention. Yes, the convention was not perfect (no one ever is), so after the convention, the next board meeting dissected the convention, discussing the shortcomings, and making suggestions for next year's convention.

The next conference call will start the discussion about many of the items touched on here.

A word to the wise: The board certainly recognizes the importance of the SAAC forum to members and non-members alike. However, the board members do not read each post, nor do we have the time or desire to answer every question raised, especially rude comments from non-members who are trying to stir up trouble. If you SAAC members have a concern, let us know. We take suggestions from members very seriously.

For you non-members, join SAAC and show your support for these cars and the rest of the great people associated with this club.

Regards,
Jay
You got that right!

QSS
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CSX 2000 Series / Re: Lets get some cobra pictures back up!
« Last post by sd427 on Today at 01:36:14 AM »
Rollie was 77 years old in that picture, lived to almost 84.
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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: 50th Anniversay Cobra Jet Mustang
« Last post by Don Johnston on Today at 01:08:49 AM »
At least the Ford GT is street legal.  For the street legal version of the 5.2 L supercharged Cobra Jet, I will wait for the release of the 2019 GT500.   8)
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SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: The future of the SAAC
« Last post by Don Johnston on Today at 01:03:54 AM »
Well said, Jay.  And thank you to you and all the board members and volunteers who put the long hours to make SAAC-43 another fantastic convention. 
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CSX 2000 Series / Re: Lets get some cobra pictures back up!
« Last post by Shelby_0022 on Today at 12:55:58 AM »
This photo is from 1977, taken at a Vincent motorcycle club gathering at Shadow Lake, Ontario.  I believe this is CSX2460, owned at the time by Phil Ramey.  The gentleman on the Moto Guzzi is Rollie Free, the man that rode a Vincent at 150 MPH at Bonneville, in bathing trunks, in that famous picture.



Now, THERE'S a man who looks like he lived life to the fullest.  Honestly, that's how I want to be / look when I'm his age.
What if he is 52?

LOL!  In that case, he's still lived life to the fullest...albeit...maybe too full!  ;D
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CSX 2000 Series / Re: Lets get some cobra pictures back up!
« Last post by Bob Gaines on Today at 12:28:36 AM »
This photo is from 1977, taken at a Vincent motorcycle club gathering at Shadow Lake, Ontario.  I believe this is CSX2460, owned at the time by Phil Ramey.  The gentleman on the Moto Guzzi is Rollie Free, the man that rode a Vincent at 150 MPH at Bonneville, in bathing trunks, in that famous picture.



Now, THERE'S a man who looks like he lived life to the fullest.  Honestly, that's how I want to be / look when I'm his age.
What if he is 52?
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CSX 2000 Series / Re: Lets get some cobra pictures back up!
« Last post by Shelby_0022 on Today at 12:03:01 AM »
This photo is from 1977, taken at a Vincent motorcycle club gathering at Shadow Lake, Ontario.  I believe this is CSX2460, owned at the time by Phil Ramey.  The gentleman on the Moto Guzzi is Rollie Free, the man that rode a Vincent at 150 MPH at Bonneville, in bathing trunks, in that famous picture.



Now, THERE'S a man who looks like he lived life to the fullest.  Honestly, that's how I want to be / look when I'm his age.
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