Author Topic: "skinning snake" Cobra in the Hangar of LAX - 12/65 Motor Racing British Car Mag  (Read 627 times)

Szabo

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Hello,

i found a "Motor Racing" Car Mag from Britain which is from 12 / 65

the Articel has a lot known PR Pics for 66 GT350 Production.

But one pic is very interesting...

we see a CSX3000 Cobra with a dark paint and a white paint over or under it ...
looks like a snake change his skin  ;)

The Articel is surley made befor 12/65
we see a 66 GT350,
the Car has to be a Carryover Car because the first GT350 based on 66 chassis
was made after 1965

Any thought are welcome

Greetings

Stephan from Germany







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That's the Dan Guernsey car ;)
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I loved this!

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That's the Dan Guernsey car ;)

Hey Pete,

Thank you very much

Can you Tell me more ?
I dont no his car ?

Greets Stephan

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I don't recognize that name either. What is the CSX number so we can look up the history

Don't the car manufacturers use 'Dynock" for covering the clay models n glossy paint colors.
Is that what we are seeing in this photo with the peeling paint?
I've never run into any photos like that before from Shelby American.
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You guys don't recognize a Guernsey when you see one?  ;D

I guess being from the dairy state has its advantages
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That must be farmland humor from the midwest. Yes, it's wasted on us suburbanites in the northest.
My family in Cunningham, PA has a horse farm with acres of corn fields, but cows are not familiar to me.

Is that supposed to be related to Dan Gurney?
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That's the Dan Guernsey car ;)

I literally laughed out loud! Glad I wasn't drinking my milk at the time.

Thx Coralsnake!
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