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I love car spotting watching those old episodes! There's an Adam 12 episode "Million Dollar Buff" with Ed Begley, Jr as a young teenager stealing or swapping rims off a blue 1970 Shelby. The wife thinks I'm crazy as I point out all the Mustang's and Shelby's on the screen ! I like to call it my "comfort TV" as I watched all those shows when I was just a kid! 

Up For Auction / Re: NOS 67 Shelby hupcaps (not) on Ebay buyer beware
« on: August 24, 2021, 10:57:11 AM »
Wow! Very lofty asking price for sure...I recently sold a similar set of 4 in their original boxes (minus the correct 67 Shelby emblems) for about 1/10th of this Buy it Now price. They went to a friend restoring his 67 GT350 but I also told him he'd have better luck in finding Jim Morrisons missing Shelby than ever locating a correct set of NOS 67 Hubcap emblems. They just don't exist or at least I could never find them. This might be an item someone considers re-producing but I'm sure the market would barely cover the costs in making them available. 

Parts For Sale / Re: 1967 Shelby/Mustang parts for sale
« on: March 21, 2021, 02:43:26 PM »
Latest Bump on remaining parts still available.  Thanks - David

Parts For Sale / Re: 1967 Shelby/Mustang parts for sale
« on: January 22, 2021, 12:20:23 PM »
Remaining parts still to reasonable offers. Willing to separate Toploader parts if someone's interested. Thanks - David (716-628-1288).

Wanted to Buy / Re: Wanted: 67 toploader trans, RUG-N or N-1, for GT350
« on: December 15, 2020, 12:35:25 PM »
PM sent

Appeals / Re: '67 K Codes
« on: December 09, 2020, 05:51:51 PM »
I recall reading somewhere the 67 289 Hipo engine option cost nearly twice as much than ordering the larger cubed 390 higher horsepower engine.  I would guess most folks went for more horsepower and saved money in 67 possibly.  I probably would have done the same thing! I am a big fan of the 67 K-codes and feel they have been somewhat underappreciated over the years. I have owned a couple but never had one with the Competition Suspension. They are definitely the rarest one's to find for 67.

1967 Shelby GT350/500 / Re: Best fitting car cover
« on: August 30, 2020, 07:13:29 PM »
I've used California Car Cover with no complaints. They have several different styles available for your needs.  I like their plush weave or comfort weave with flannel lining for indoors. It fit the 67 Shelby perfectly and they also made one for my father's 32 Chevrolet and the fit was really nice. Good luck in your search!

So are you selling or restoring the car for yourself?

Parts For Sale / Re: 1967 Shelby/Mustang parts for sale
« on: July 25, 2020, 04:50:43 PM »
PM sent directly to previous poster. Thanks!

Parts For Sale / 1967 Shelby/Mustang parts for sale
« on: June 21, 2020, 02:08:24 PM »
I have finally come to the realization it's time to sell some hard to find parts gathered over the years which I will probably never use! I can provide pictures to those interested in certain parts but haven't figured out how to post here. Prices do not include shipping and feel free to contact me directly at 716-628-1288. Thanks for looking...David
* RUG-N1 4-speed Toploader transmission correct for 67 K-code or 67 GT350. It was fully rebuilt (David Kee) and never installed. Transmission also includes complete shifter assembly (restored by Bill Heeley) and a very nice 67 chrome shifter handle w/reproduction 67 shifter ball. Also includes 6-bolt Bellhousing, proper 12 inch clutch fork, correct 67 only Z-bar, rebuilt 67 clutch/brake pedal assembly (Jim Cowles), and original equalizer pivot bracket. The pedal box also has the correct 67 only power disc brake pedal too. Asking $4500 for complete assembly. Buyer will need a clutch, flywheel and miscellaneous bolts to complete the entire swap. - SOLD
* 67 C7ZE 289 Hipo heads dated 7E11 w/matching 21 stamped on each head. These have been completely rebuilt and were never cut on or ported. Received new valves, 3 angle grind, resurfacing, with new seals. The original springs and guides were used as they were in excellent condition.  Asking $3000 for the pair. - SOLD
* Shelby Kelsey Hayes rear backing plates restored (70858/70859) in excellent condition. Asking $800 for the pair. - SOLD
* Original Kelsey Hayes OEM 2 1/2 wide rear brake drums with plenty of meat left. These are in nice used condition.  Asking $500 for the pair. - SOLD
* 1967 289 Hipo distributor C5OE-12127E Dated 7E16 in nice original condition. Asking $900. - SOLD
* 1967 289 Hipo NOS exhaust manifolds in their original boxes for both passenger and driver sides. Asking $700 for the pair. - SOLD
* 1967/68 Shelby GT350 intake manifold  S7MS-9424A in excellent condition.  Includes carb studs, PVC and vacuum fittings, plus 195° temp sender. Asking $950. - SOLD

Wanted to Buy / Re: WTB: RUG-N Toploader
« on: May 24, 2020, 02:09:04 PM »
PM sent...

Wanted to Buy / Re: C5AF-12127-E dual point dist. with 1967 date
« on: January 06, 2020, 01:44:45 PM »
Sent you a PM....

1968 Shelby GT350/500/500KR / Re: Found 68GT500KR need help
« on: January 05, 2020, 04:34:30 PM »
Nice find but yes it's a dilemma....If you were going to end up with a more than 95% original car including factory born drive train and body once restored ....then I wouldn't mind paying a premium for the right restoration candidate.  Is this a car you've always wanted or is it simply going up for sale once finished?  I have no idea what the seller wants but I could easily see someone not familiar with restoration costs willing to spend $65K to $75K just to say they now own a KR in need of restoration.  I mean if you can purchase for around $45K or so it might be worth it with your available resources but I doubt the seller is anywhere near this figure. I wish you well in your decision and it's nice to know these projects are still out there waiting to be found. David

Florida Region SAAC / Re: The first GT500 debuts 2020
« on: December 20, 2019, 07:32:40 PM »
The majority of local Ford dealers in my area with available allocations are at $10K ADM plus sticker. We do have one smaller dealership holding firm at $20K ADM plus sticker for their single 2020 GT500 allocation! At that price they can keep them! I mean I really like the car but I don't need to be the first guy on the block to have one....I'll wait for the inevitable price adjustment to happen.

The Lounge / Re: 1967 LMC GT350
« on: October 01, 2019, 01:05:30 PM »
I spoke to David when it first arrived and unless the price has changed ....I was quoted $125K.  Nice car for the money but buyer should still perform their due diligence prior to purchasing.

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