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eric lipper

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Mustangs, Mustangs and More Mustangs
« on: September 15, 2020, 09:06:03 PM »
In this season where everyone is inundated with political solicitations here is mine – vote for my car!

I have four cars that were included by the National Mustang Museum in Concord, North Carolina in its virtual car show.

Three of my cars are in the 64 – 73 class and they are photos #39 (1966 GT350), #57 (1967 GT500) and #76 (1969 GT500).  The 66 was done by Tony Conover and the 69 was done by Jim Cowles.  They are all strong examples of the breed.  In that class I would appreciate it if you could vote for one of the three but it does not matter to me which one.

In the 1974 – 78 class I have one car of the twelve and it is #105 (1978 King Cobra). The car is extra special because it may be one of the very few unrestored survivors that I still show on its original Firestone tires.  I have been its caretaker for a long time.

You have to vote one vote in every class. The link is below. And, if you don’t want to vote just enjoy the pictures because who doesnt like a Mustang.

https://www.mustangownersmuseum.com/vir ... field.html
1967 GT500 #2714
2005 Ford GT #157
1999 Ferrari 355 Spyder
1969 Shelby GT500 Conv
1969 XKE Coupe
1965 XKE Convertible
1966 Shelby #889
1963 Corvette Split Window FI
1978 Mustang King Cobra
1984 Aerostar 700P N702RJ
1999 Lear 31A N338CW
1944 Beech Staggerwing N666TX
1955 Beech Bonanza F35 N435W

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Re: Mustangs, Mustangs and More Mustangs
« Reply #1 on: September 16, 2020, 09:45:25 AM »
Link is not working for me.

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Re: Mustangs, Mustangs and More Mustangs
« Reply #2 on: September 16, 2020, 05:02:24 PM »
1968 Shelby GT350
1968 Mustang GT S-code
2009 Mustang Bullitt