Author Topic: TULSA, Midwest Shelby Meet  (Read 2732 times)

alexgt350h

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Re: TULSA, Midwest Shelby Meet
« Reply #30 on: July 16, 2018, 04:46:42 PM »
One more thing!
The two Bronco's in the lobby were for sale.
They were priced in the $130,000 + range.

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Re: TULSA, Midwest Shelby Meet
« Reply #31 on: July 16, 2018, 08:30:06 PM »
One more thing!
The two Bronco's in the lobby were for sale.
They were priced in the $130,000 + range.

Brent

$130's!!!!
Whoa that seems to be a bit wishful for those early Bronco's.
Are they really pulling anywhere near those kind of dollars?

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Re: TULSA, Midwest Shelby Meet
« Reply #32 on: July 16, 2018, 08:32:16 PM »
Tulsa is always fun, but almost always "HOT", lots of cars to see, even on track at Hallett, and the local drag strip.
Richard of Gas Monkey fame was at the show on Sunday--- I'll leave off commits about that.

There were two real Cobras in the show, a 2000 series, and a 3000 series. The rest of the Cobras pictured were aftermarket of one make or the other.

The blue 67 with hubcaps and thermactor was in the #900 range. ( I know I should of paid attention to s/n).

The two Boss 9's belonged to Les Bauer of Gun Mfr. fame.

The white 65 pictured inside the lobby belonged to Craig Jackson.

But if you guys want to see lots of vintage Shelby autos, you need to attend the IN SAAC Spring Fling in May!

Brent

Thanks for the number range and thermactor note...maybe it will show up at SAAC 43 too?

A lot of those Cobra's looked like aftermarket. Those Boss 9's look amazing.

Mid America and the IN spring Fling have always been on my wish list. Just too far from NJ to make it work these days.
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