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Now for something completely different
« on: February 26, 2019, 06:28:59 AM »

If you are looking to waste sometime, this website will do.  Click the 'Tuning Configurator' (or Truck if you are into that too), and under 'Brands" then  'Mustang' you will find a 1967 GT500 (although it's listed as a 1968, aghh) that you can customize on the computer.  Obviously it's geared toward the Fast & Furious crowd, but there is a stock appearing image that can be rotated 360 degrees.  You can modify color, lighting, hoods, scoops, wheels, window tinting, etc.  You're not going to use it to plan your next SAAC level concourse restoration, but it's pretty cool anytime a classic Shelby is included in the mix of new cars. 

They also have a Cobra you can do the same to.  I could only find it by putting 'Cobra' in the search box.
Brian Glover
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Re: Now for something completely different
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2019, 07:24:28 PM »
Well, thatís cool. Itís pretty incredible that these special cars still get included in things like this and video games, etc after 50+ years. Thanks for sharing.