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Up For Auction / Re: 8T02J165438-02076 on BAT
« Last post by SCJSTU on Today at 08:42:00 PM »
Love the color combo with saddle interior
The Lounge / Re: larger tires
« Last post by FL SAAC on Today at 06:35:18 PM »
may need a slight tweaking there, not to mention what a pristine clean under carriage on that one
The Lounge / Re: larger tires
« Last post by Side-Oilers on Today at 05:00:17 PM »
Nice work, but you don't need rear springs at all.  They just add unnecessary weight and complexity.   

Plenty of tire room then. 
The Lounge / larger tires
« Last post by 98SVT - was 06GT on Today at 04:43:38 PM »
need innovative solutions. If Donahue thought out of the box he may have been the 1965 BP Champion.
Florida Region SAAC / Re: SKRT Fest November 25, 2022
« Last post by FL SAAC on Today at 04:15:52 PM »
Florida Region SAAC / Winter Fest Event and Car Show January 7, 2023
« Last post by FL SAAC on Today at 04:14:26 PM »
Carolina Region SAAC / Re: Americarna is Back
« Last post by FlyNavy on Today at 04:07:59 PM »
Massive show, over 650 registered cars and perfect weather.  Took my photos and made it into a YouTube video.
SAAC Forum Discussion Area / Re: Random car pictures
« Last post by honker on Today at 03:51:08 PM »
Vancouver mid 1970s

on the left....Camel foot Leather works  !
Appeals / Re: '68 500 in NJ
« Last post by Bob Gaines on Today at 03:44:03 PM »
So, there's a '68 500 in NJ for sale on F-Book-looks like 626.  It has what appears to be a buck tag on the fender apron-would that be correct?  Anyway, check this thing out.
If your question is do 68 Shelby's have buck tags then the answer is yes. Typically they are painted black with the engine compartment.
A friend sent photos of a T-Bar shifter with Cobra Logo. However, I'm unable to identify the year of the shifter because the cobra appears to be 68, 69, 70 but the shift base appears to be 64. Could the shifter be out of a Shelby, Mustang or Torino Cobra Jet or other type of Ford? I'd appreciate anyone's input, thank you.
That is a service replacement handle to replace the similar looking one's used on 68KR and 69/70 Shelby .Someone (not factory) has put it on the shifter handle. The poorly routed out wood around the snake identifies it as such.
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