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      ABOUT TEAM SHELBY   01/01/2007

          Member Benefits:   First, there's the Team Shelby swag. No other club packs your membership kit with more than Team Shelby! Whether you are a renewing member or new to the “family” of Shelby enthusiast worldwide, our goal is to help you enjoy a high-octane lifestyle!   From a Unique Membership Card, Shelby Annual Magazine, Team Shelby Hat, Collector Coin, Team Shelby T-Shirt, Windshield Cling, Team Shelby License Plate Frame, Lapel Pin and Magnet, the contents of your Team Shelby Membership Kit more than pay for your membership alone!   In addition, your membership includes:   Exclusive Access to Team Shelby Member Forums.   10% discounts at Carroll Shelby's Stores in Las Vegas and Los Angeles.   Driving Experiences.   Invitations to Exclusive Team Shelby Member Events.   Insider information from Shelby American.   Affiliate Partner Discounts.   Updated February 16, 2017. Team Shelby Club 2018 Team Shelby Membership Kit Please note that membership contents are subject to change.   Team Shelby was designed and engineered by real enthusiasts inside and out of Shelby.   Team Shelby was originally formed in 2008 by Carroll Shelby. He wanted to create a club for people to truly enjoy their cars. He knew the world had changed, and he wanted his companies to meet the needs of the new generation of Shelby owners. His vision was to knit together those people with the owners of early Shelby's and give everyone fun new ways to experience their high performance vehicles.   Mr. Shelby imagined a place where owners could talk about their latest conquests at the track, swap stories, share photos and learn new ways to hot rod their cars! He wanted to link all of the enthusiasts into one "dream garage"... thus, Team Shelby was born!   Team Shelby has many free, open access forums, news sections and member only areas dedicated to the community.   In addition, Team Shelby has a full series of events for 2018, which include VIP Experiences, track days, National & Regional gatherings, cruises, car shows and more! Ownership of a Shelby is not required to be a member. The club is dedicated to serving all Shelby enthusiasts past and present including those that own cars built in the 1960's and Shelby Dodges too! Carroll Shelby (Team Shelby Member #001) said: "We built Team Shelby for anyone who is passionate about Shelby cars! We’ll have a blast and we'll do it the Shelby way!   Yearly Membership Rates   U.S. $49.99 | Canada & Mexico $59.99 | E.U., others $65.99   Join the Team Shelby Club   click here to choose a Team Shelby Club subscription package.   Membership Kit Arrival   Your Team Shelby Club membership kit and I.D.card will generally arrive within 6-8 weeks.   Need Help?   Email Brianna:  e-mail her here.
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      Having Problems Logging In To Team Shelby ?   02/12/2018

      If you are having a problem logging in to Team Shelby since the software change made last December/January please send an email to briannaf@shelby.com  Please include your real name and Team Shelby user id in this email so that we may look into what the problem might be. Thank you.


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    Black is not a color.....it's a career.
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    Oh my. In the Heritage Center now. I think “overwhelming” is an understatement. My fun money won’t last long.
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    NEWS FOR Immediate RELEASE SHELBY AMERICAN TO OFFER LIMITED NUMBER OF NEW FORD-POWERED SERIES 2 EXOTIC SPORTS CARS Only 4 total hand-built sports cars will be built annually for enthusiasts worldwide The Shelby Series 2 is a major evolution of the famed 1999 sports car Series 2 is engineered for Ford V8 power with other customer installed options available Shelby will sell the car in component form; it can be finished by Wingard Motorsports GARDENA, Calif. – May 17, 2018 – Nineteen years after the Shelby Series 1 was introduced, Shelby American, Inc., has reentered the modern sports car arena with the sizzling new Shelby Series 2 roadster. Beginning in June 2018, four of the handcrafted, limited edition sports cars will be available per year as a component roller configured for the Carroll Shelby Engine Company 427 aluminum FE big block or Windsor small block coupled to a custom designed ZF 5 speed transaxle. “Carroll Shelby’s first ‘clean sheet’ car, was the Shelby Series 1,” said Joe Conway, CEO of Shelby American. “Carroll always intended for that innovative chassis to be the first in a line of modern sports cars, which is why he called it the Series 1. The new Shelby Series 2 is the evolution of that minimalist car, offering breathtaking performance in a modern two seat roadster.” The Series 2 story began with a dream in the 1990s. Carroll Shelby had built many vehicles in partnership with several companies based on a chassis or design from those carmakers. Around 1996, he decided to produce a car that was pure Shelby. Though it was a fresh design, the Shelby Series 1’s front engine, rear wheel drive layout was fairly traditional. The styling was lauded for being both sporty and aggressively handsome because it melded “big roadster” proportions with a variety of classic cues. Crafted of lightweight composite materials, the Shelby Series 1 only weighed about 2850 pounds, including its well-appointed leather trimmed interior, top and air conditioning. The all-aluminum monocoque chassis was then, and is still, one of the stiffest chassis in the world, with the engine mounted aft of the front suspension for a nearly perfect 49/51 weight balance. The naturally aspirated Aurora 4.0-liter DOHC V-8 engine was rated at 320 horsepower connected to a rear mounted 5-speed manual transaxle; a supercharged option increased horsepower to about 460. A total of 249 were built. The new Shelby Series 2 emerged through a unique agreement between Shelby and Wingard Motorsports to create a handful of cars with the choice of an aluminum, carbon fiber or one of the first titanium car bodies. Wingard can finish out the roller for customers, too. “Several years ago, Wingard Motorsports purchased the remaining Shelby Series 1 chassis and parts,” said Gary Patterson, Shelby American President. “Working with Shelby, founder Bob Wingard revised the car to reduce weight by maximizing the integration of billeted aluminum and carbon fiber components. He further refined the suspension, braking and drivetrain to allow an increase of more than twice the horsepower of the original car. The Series 2 is now more than 12% lighter and will support over 800 horsepower.” The Shelby Series 2 is built on the original aluminum honeycomb monocoque frames with next generation hardware. It uses an inboard cantilevered suspension design for the front and rear, which minimizes the sprung wheel weight. Penske Shocks fine-tuned the suspension at their facility in Charlotte. The car has a big brake system with 6-piston calipers on all corners and custom 19” mono block performance wheels with Pilot Cup 2 tires. Standard drivetrain configuration is for a 5 speed ZF transaxle torque tube coupled to a multi-disc clutch system mated to a Carroll Shelby Engine Company 427 FE or 427 Windsor motor. Other engine options can be supported, as well as multi-point seat belts and 4 or 6 point roll bars. However, the Shelby Series 2 will not come with cupholders. Each commissioned Series 2 will be a unique and “one-of-one.” Custom interiors designed to accommodate most drivers with an incredible six inches of peddle adjustment will include carbon fiber Carroll Shelby signature seats. Aluminum bodies will be available in a brushed, polished or painted finish with the Shelby signature racing stripes. “While the Shelby Series 2 is based on the first-generation car, it’s a significant leap forward,” said Patterson. “It blends old school craftmanship and current technology, pushing the roadster into super car territory. It is the perfect car for collectors and enthusiasts globally who want the ultimate in exclusivity and to be completely engaged with the driving experience.” The Shelby Series 2 includes a one-year warranty for parts and labor, as well as painted finishes. Shelby will offer a weekend training session at Spring Mountain Raceway near Las Vegas to new owners who want to maximize their driving enjoyment. Each car will be built to order and bear a Shelby American CSX5500 series serial number that will be recorded in the official Shelby American Registry. For more information, visit www.Shelby.com. About Shelby American, Inc. Founded by legend Carroll Shelby, Shelby American, a wholly owned subsidiary of Carroll Shelby International Inc. (CSBI:PK), manufactures and markets performance vehicles and related products. The company builds authentic continuation Cobras, including the 427 S/C, 289 FIA, 289 street car, Daytona Coupe and Shelby Series 2 component vehicles; it offers the Shelby GTE, 1000, Super Snake, Shelby Terlingua Racing Team and GTS post-title packages for the 2005-2017 Ford Mustang. Shelby American also offers the Shelby Raptor, Shelby F-150 Super Snake and Shelby F-150 trucks. Heritage cars include the continuation 1965 Shelby GT350 competition model, 1967 Ford Shelby Super Snake and 1968 Ford Shelby GT500KR. For more information, visit www.Shelby.com. ### Media Contact Scott Black of TimePiece PR & Marketing at (214) 520-3430 ext. 3030 or sblack@tprm.com
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    Proud Senior.......
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    It's 4 per year. It doesn't say how many years. It is not a GT350R engine (Ford doesn't sell it without a GT350(R) wrapped around it), it is the Shelby Engine Company 427 (alloy block). It won't have cupholders. Note the announcement didn't list a price. It also doesn't say if it is street legal. All of these cars are for toy owners with deep pocket books.
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    Mine is Just The Facts :
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    Sure looking forward to the whole "she-bang" again this year and having a KR will feel extra special this year!
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    Spent a little time admiring the “customer photos” there on the AM Muscle link...... damn good looking hood, dude! Great find. Thanks for sharing the link.
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    Hey. Twitch43........if you are still on here..... Man that is really a nice rare collection from page 9 ...2015 ....It looks like all the models of the SGT’s under one roof. 2006,2007,2008. I would love to have that collection in a heart beat. Just not a Chevy heart beat. How cool is that
  10. 2 points
    Getting ready with new brakes, tires and a small cooling upgrade.
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    If you will be attending The Ford Nationals at Carlisle, either as part of the Team Shelby East Coast Grand Nationals, or as a stand alone event, this weekend is your last opportunity to sign up and receive you tickets via “Gate-and-Go” (meaning you won’t need to stand in line and register on site), and to help Team Shelby win the largest club contest. Please be sure to select TEAM SHELBY as your club affiliation, and please register this weekend!!!! Every vehicle does matter (we missed second place last year by just two cars). TEAM SHELBY is now in third place......time is running out!! Register for Carlise here....http://store.carlisleevents.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=24 1st: Red Mustang Registry - Public Page 2nd: Focus Rising 3rd: Team Shelby 4th: Fairlane CLUB of America 5th: Mustang Club of Central PA 6th: Mustang Club of America 7th: Bad Pony Club Mustangs 8th: Venom Outlaws - Mustangs and Domestics 9th: TIE: Merkur Club of America, Valley Forge Mustang Club, International Thunderbird Club 10th: Mach 1 Registry BTW - That large white tent in the middle of the photo is the Team Shelby hospitality tent from last years event...the largest club tent on the show field!
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    Stopping supply does not automatically affect demand. If you use the GTH as an example , in order to create “demand” Hertz has steadily lowered the price of the 2016 GTH. $150k, ……$80K,………..$75k, ……..$54k, ……..$49.9k,……$44.9k, and now $42.5K……..The amount of supply has had little to no impact because the majority of consumers still did not or do not see a fair value level even at $44.9k. Otherwise Hertz would not have now again dropped the price on about 2 dozen of them to $42.5k. When supply and demand meet an equilibrium these cars will sell at a much better pace. If they were selling at a rate Hertz thought was acceptable they would not keep dropping the price in an attempt to generate demand. I am not bashing the 2016 GTH, just showing an example of some basic economics.
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    It’s quite an interesting change from my other three older S-197’s, that’s for sure. It’s funny, I made an observation yesterday that I’d not really noticed before. When backing out of my driveway with the wheel cramped all the way to the stops, to avoid dragging the splitter on the rolled curb, the car is so incredibly rigid that it feels like one of the rear wheels literally lifts off the ground I’ve only ever witnessed 911’s do this. This car is so far advanced over its predecessor.
  14. 1 point
    Thank you sir! I oughtta take a pic of the front of the box. I’ll try and do that soon for y’all. Mike, I’ll post the pic on here for you guys to download and frame it for yourselves. I found it on the web
  15. 1 point
    Man oh man....you have some very cool memorabilia buddy!
  16. 1 point
    Haha. Hey Mike, I literally just finished my second cup of joe. I landed last night and didn’t get to bed until 11pm mountain (2am eastern). I’m trying to find my glasses now........ you know I can’t do a thing without ‘em!! The a/c is set to 83F in the garage. I went out there as soon as I got here to make sure the “babies” were all OK. It felt nicer out there than in the house!!
  17. 1 point
    Spend that cash is my motto.
  18. 1 point
    See why I want the horse removed from my Gurney, and why I installed the chrome grille surround? That four eye look on the ‘69 with the black center opening.................
  19. 1 point
    Here are some pics of Dave’s new baby. Edit- The rest are too big....sorry Dave
  20. 1 point
    Here comes another one...Acme is releasing the # 38 Boss mustang in the 4th quarter of 2018. I like the #9 better and the minilites . Want to go for a bad ass ride in # 9 ...click below and hang on
  21. 1 point
    I want that white ‘69 500!
  22. 1 point
    I’m stoked, I don’t gamble, days and evenings are completely occupied while I’m on the ground other than the 5 hour gap between lunch and my flight out. I blocked that out right away. Taking a business associate from LA with me to serve him some Shelby Kool-Aid. Did I mention I was stoked? Thanks for all the advice and comments.
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    Mustangcollector.....Wow that paint is just amazing. The detail is outstanding for this price point. Still looking at all your diecast you posted but had to comment on this right away. Didn’t even know this model existed until now. I think from your pictures this might be a little better paint quality then the Ford GT 40’s 1:18 scale exoto models. I looked on ebay for the price info. Paint technology has come a long way on there resin models. I had a 1970 Shelby GT500. It was red and the owner replaced the gold stripes with white stripes back in 1989. It had white interior also just like your model except it had black hood stripes being it was a 1970. I see a lot of red 69/70 Shelby’s now with white stripes rather then gold. Nice model you have there. Thanks for posting look forward to seeing more. Your pictures really came out great also. edit: ...Your 2008 Shelby GT500 KR black with black ghosts stripes is.... one of my all time favorite Shelby’s Slow lane
  24. 1 point
    I used AED and they were awesome. The two owners were very organized, you could eat off the floor in the shop, they gave me a lot of great advice for other options I wanted to add (I also did shifter, one piece driveshaft, clutch and suspension) and the work was perfect. They were busy, they get calls and emails all day long with questions so was a little hard to initially get their attention but once they knew I was serious it was all good. Install went perfect and everything looks OEM. If you're in NorCal this is the place to go.
  25. 1 point
    Time to bring this set of posts full circle since I started off with the 1968 GT California Special Mustang...here is AutoArt’s 2007 Mustang California Special. This is another diecast car that I had to search for years to get a good one at a reasonable price since I didn’t buy it new. The engine detail on the AutoArt cars is pretty good and the paint is nice. The packaging boxes on AA has always been flimsy compared to others IMO. I had a 2012 GT/CS and I absolutely loved the styling and performance. In the end I traded it for my 2008 GT500KR...well played I think.
  26. 1 point
    As Falcon pointed out earlier with his post of his first new car...the 1982 Mustang 5.0, there are virtually NO examples in either plastic models or diecast of the 1980s Mustangs. So, when GMP started producing some versions of these beauties I had to have them. One of the rarest of these is the 1985 Mustang 5.0 “Twister Special” in Jalapena Red. The quality on the GMP cars is pretty good, and though these go for a pretty penny I was able to pick one up several years ago for what I consider to be a decent price. Highly recommended if you’re in the market for 1980s diecast Mustangs...you’ll have to wait a LONG time to get the 1980s Shelby Mustangs.
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    Let’s switch gears a little bit...here is a 1:16 Ertl AMT plastic kit of a 1964 1/2 Mustang Hardtop that I hand built and painted more than 25 years ago. The contrast in colors between the painted parts in the engine compartment, the chassis, and the interior look decent I believe. I think the it turned out pretty well, and it is interesting to note that back then I didn’t use any high gloss spray on my models...this is only the original Testors candy red paint.
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    As we all know, back in the early 1990s Ertl was the mass producer of diecast cars. And, though their quality and detail certainly wasn’t top of the line way back then they manufactured a huge variety of mustangs and Shelbys virtually every style and paint scheme. I have a lot of 1969 cars, but this particular 1969 Shelby GT500 is candy apple red with bright white stripes and white interior took me many, many years to find in MIB condition. It was worth the hunt and it fits in very nicely with the other red cars!
  29. 1 point
    Another GM beauty!
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    You guys are killing me!!!! “One a deez dayz Alice!!! POW!! Straight to the moon!”
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    So, I decided I really wanted the 350r but after I looked closely, I realized like all of you probably know you have to order them, the dealer has to have an allocAtion and they are going to charge you 10k over or more. And unfortunately it was out of my price range. No worries, I'll just wait, keep my eyes open, try to save up a little. The next day, no lie, car gurus, I see this 350r advertised as a 350. It was a trade in to a dodge dealer. So its 11am. I tell my boss I gotta go, jump in my 2015gt and head for a dodge dealer. Bottom line, black, black racing stripe with read accent, 2017, 2600 miles, 57.9k. To hours later I'm driving home in my 350r...crazy... They didn't know what it was or how to price it
  33. 1 point
    My favorite Shelby’s are the 06,07,08 models. The blue really pops on your car Mongoose. Love your home and it looks like you have two garages with some land to stretch out in...that’s cool. Need it for all your toys. Who shovels all the snow on your long driveway ? Here are a few pictures of the 2018 mustang GT 1:25 scale that revell puts out $15 . It’s snaps together and got it for our grandkids. Not diecast but it’s the only 2018 on the market ( except for the little one that Chris showed ) They made a mistake and the panel above the front spoiler is black like mine. But I painted it black. That panel is a snap on and they could not do both colors. That’s cool I like it.
  34. 1 point
    1/18 Shelby Collectible...... VERY rare!!
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    Some of you already know I bought my Shelby from auction salvaged. Bought it 3 years ago and have done an ample amount of work. Well the day has come that it is done and what better place to show it off than on Team Shelby lol. Here are some before and afters. Just needs a few small things and it's road ready https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9fffvgrrhjsqfya/AAAUGUSmgweZSUWd1TNSQt6ja?dl=0
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    Just read the other post and saw you are 20.The fact that you rescued a SGT and if you are into it right it can be a car you can keep and enjoy for a long time.I wish l would have kept my 70SS Chevelle after it was wrecked,it was repairable but l lacked the knowledge and patience at the time. Sounds like you are keeping the car for the long haul so IMO the salvage title is not really a big deal unless you plan to sell.
  37. 1 point
    +1 on finished pics.
  38. 1 point
    Bailey says.... I’m to tired to even comment...but I don’t have no stinking little snuggle sack man
  39. 1 point
    In the non-Ford realm, this is one of my favorites. Had to send it back twice due to tampo issues, and for the money AutoArt charges, I wasn't going to let those issues go.
  40. 1 point
    I bought this at Wally World in Az. before I returned home to NJ, last week. Didn’t get a pic, but went on the web and found it. It’s a Maisto 1/24 and for $10 is detailed very nicely. I love the color!
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    My three favorite diecast. Mic drop. Later ...slow lane mic
  43. 1 point
    Is that the 260 V/8 ? I can’t read the badge on the front fender. Edit. I just realized that’s a 1965. Ok. I can barely made out the air cleaner lid....But still cool and a 289 ci A code right and a whopping 225hp. Look how far the Mustang has come performance wise.
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    FYI taking the slow lane to Hilton Head island S.C. for a week. With bailey. The resort is in the middle of the island and a bike ride to the beach. It is one of the most beautiful camping resorts we have ever been to. I will try to post a few diecast pictures before we leave. . Okey Dokey here you go. Exact Detail by Lane 1:18 scale Shelby GT 350 . One of my favorites. American Racing Style wheels look great 👍🏻 . Look at the size of the shifter rod ...Holly cow ! The signature is really cool and looks very accurate in size. Hope you enjoy . Later .....Motorhome Mike in the far right slow lane
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    Mongoose... big spender I must say...cool finds at the car show. Those head rest are a pain to put on. Need to heat them up a little.
  46. 1 point
    Neeraj, It's great that you can join us for the 5A CSMC at the Cobra Experience on May 12th. Have you decided which Shelby you're going to bring? They're both fantastic! Best, Jim
  47. 1 point
    Thanks Goose! It is indeed. The car will be two years old in June. I really haven’t driven it a whole lot. At first I was scared about blowing the oil hose that’s on recall. Then I figured, screw it! So just since I drove her over from California here to my place in Az. did I really begin to have fun with it! Changed the oil myself and started driving it! June 2, 2016
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    Great news! The Grand Tour is now ready for launch. https://www.shelbystore.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=Z79-EUROPE18 2018 Team Shelby European Grand Tour... Many of Carroll Shelby's most important racing victories were earned in Europe. This year, Team Shelby will celebrate his world championships with a "Grand Tour" of Europe! The tour will be held over 11 days and will travel through 4 countries. Attendees will wind through fabulous roads, dine at wonderful venues and enjoy some of the most enchanting places in the world! In addition to all the driving experiences, exclusive access and grand parties, participants will also enjoy two of the most important car events in the world: the Le Mans Classic event in France and the Goodwood Festival of Speed event in the UK! You can choose from packages that include joining us along certain segments, cruising along the full tour, or attend one of the key days with the a la carte menu. We have worked very hard to make it easy for you to select the event(s) that best suit your needs at an unbelievable price! Due to this fantastic deal, tickets are extremely limited, so book now before the opportunity is gone and you miss this once in a lifetime opportunity! GRAND TOUR EVENT SCHEDULE July 4 Rotterdam, Netherlands Team Shelby Grand Tour kick-off party July 5 Rotterdam, Netherlands Morning drive to Pietersen US Cars & Bikes for car party and lunch Drive to Northern France Group Dinner "Team Shelby Le Mans Classic Experience" July 6 Le Mans, France Morning drive from Northern France to Le Mans Party in Le Mans July 7 Le Mans, France Attend Le Mans Classic Event Enjoy hospitality and tours with VIP's and the Mustang and Shelby Clubs of France July 8 Paris, France Morning drive to Paris Party at American Car City Shelby dealership Spend the night in Paris July 9 Paris, France Private sight-seeing Dinner party "Team Shelby Lommel Tour Experience" July 10 Spa, Belgium Morning drive to Spa, Belgium Visit old Reims-Gueux racetrack and lunch at Le Bistro du Cicuit in Gueux Tour the countryside July 11 Lommel, Belgium Drive to Lommel (1.5 hours from Spa) Tour and drive the Ford Proving Grounds "Team Shelby Goodwood Festival of Speed Experience" July 12 Folkestone, Lingield Morning drive from Eindhoven to Calais - Folkestone Take the Eurotunnel to Folkestone Scenic drive to Lingfield July 13 Beaulieu, New Forest, Hampshire Scenic drive to Beaulieu Motor Musuem Private tour of Beaulieu and lunch "Welcome to the UK" dinner at the hotel July 14 Goodwood Attend Goodwood Festival of Speed Event Private group lunch with VIP's and a special "Goodwood moment" Evening party in the Goodwood area July 15 Southampton Team Shelby brunch
  49. 1 point
    She's gone sold her yesterday and did not loose any money in the deal. I had a wonderful two years in my CS6 and won trophies at all car shows I entered it into except one (that was a Mopar sponsored show....) so people take notice of the CS6. The gentleman who purchased it, is a car collector and he was more than excited to buy it. It took about 6 months to sell and I received a lot of inquiry's but mostly young guys that can't afford to buy a vehicle without financing it. As you know the CS6 (Ford Mustang V6) only blue books for $6K at the most and when you are asking what I was asking you have to have the cash. That will be the case with any modern day Shelby collectible. Word to the wise, if you want to sell your Shelby you must be patient and advertise, advertise, advertise.... Here is the last pic of her sitting in the driveway just before the car shipper picked it up.
  50. 1 point
    Mine is he finest car I have owned, and I have been driving for over 55 years. I would by another one without hesitation.......... Hmm