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  1. 3 points
    Well I think there is something special about the 16 GT-H and if there will only ever be 171 of us that appreciate it, then that is what it is. If nothing else, the 50th Anniversary and the most HP that that made it's way into the Shelby Hertz rental fleet set these apart. The 06/07 body style (which I like a lot) was still retro. I rented #135 06 and loved that experience. The 16 is modern styling, leaving retro behind. To be honest, I did not care much for the current body style until I spotted the GT-H. The 16 GT-H treatment brought out the beast in that car. I just didn't see it before. Now I can't stop looking at it. I agree that Hertz employed poor marketing in unloading the cars. But secondary market determines the value over time and we are no where near that time yet to determine what the market value of these cars will be. Respectfully, I don't see these dropping into the $20's. As far as the last dozen left, they are said to be bottom of the barrel cars. I find it very difficult to accept a blank statement that 16 GT-H's are valued at $38K now, based upon the last of a poor marketing campaign. With these cars, it is all about condition, condition and condition. And then condition. Hertz has them priced at in the $38-39K range, but many of the non-Hertz cars for sale are above that. We need to get these last 12 out of the way. And depending on condition, we may see them re-appear again. I am guessing most of us will be die hard owners, and the supply on the market will not be that great. On another note, there seems to be about 5% of the 06/07's for sale at any given time. So, if 5% is the norm, then once the 16's are all off the market, we could see 8=9 cars for sale at any time. I would guess lower. I remember posting a while back that I thought the 16 GT-H's would sell out December 2018. We will see! Good discussion with differences of opinion. Time will tell. Frankly, I don't care much - I doubt you will ever see my #130 up for sale. When I am gone, my son wont sell it either. If you are reading this and a long term owner, read my post about the Engine ECM - once I write it up. Brent
  2. 3 points
    True. Media and historians started using the 64.5 designation to differentiate the differences in the "early 1965" (Ford designation) models with generators (instead of alternator), 260 V8, different hood and such. The 64.5 designation has been embedded incorrectly in discussion for over fifty years. Similar to the legendary incorrect reference to early references to hardtop Mustang as a coupe. A hardtop is a two door sedan with roll down rear quarter windows, the coupe, like the current series of Mustangs, is a two door with fixed rear quarter windows. I know...how picky!
  3. 3 points
    Not sure if I posted here so FYI, 06H0050 GT-H/SC done back in Sept/Oct 2009 at Shelby @ their Las Vegas Motor Speedway facility. Paxton serial # 066 (kind of cool) Thanks Bud Man, Amy, Gary P & Gary D. Exciting times back then. Had everyone on the GT-H certificate that owners get sign my dash along with Cleo Shelby.
  4. 2 points
    I know I had an 03 but the 05-09 body style was more suited for that Mach1 pkg...way more retro.
  5. 2 points
    Enjoy the Oz!!!...……..
  6. 2 points
    Damn right it shouldn't be happening...if it's cracking he should have used lead in that seem not body fill.
  7. 2 points
    I believe I still have 40-50 of the aluminum screws from when I bought a box, I can send some out to you if you like.
  8. 2 points
    My wife and I just got back from a trip to the Outer Banks to retrace our first trip there in 2008 for AprilFest (Pre Team Shelby event).
  9. 2 points
    I was there! Great time. We should do that again!
  10. 2 points
    He`s a Vette Boy now
  11. 2 points
    Yeah true that Doc …..looking back I should have kept my 07 or bought a 14 when I had the chance...Oh well!! onward to the 7th gen to see if I like that OR maybe they will change that front end on the 2020 GT500 to my liking...we'll see!!
  12. 2 points
    I am proud to announce that today is the ten year anniversary of my purchase of 07SGT0527. I wanted to own a Shelby branded vehicle since I was 14 years old and the day I made this deal was one of the happiest of my life. I'm a frequent lurker and rare contributor to these forums but I want everyone to know that I greatly value the content available here and my membership in Team Shelby. My daughter and I never miss the Knotts Ford Show every April. This year was special because for the first time we actually went into the Team Shelby area to talk with other members and get a drink of water (nothing stronger was available unfortunately). The icing on the cake was that Tracy happened to be there so we had a chance to meet and have a chat with her, which was great. But I digress. My Shelby has just under 85,000 miles on it now. It feels just as special to take it on the road now as it did when I first brought her home. I just love the car.
  13. 2 points
    Yeah getting very tired waiting Goose.... ….Even spy photos would be encouraging.... ….But doing a lot of boating and driving the ZR way more than last summer and fall and winter is approaching and that's ATV and SxS time... ….I don't want to buy something to quick and still kicking my butt for not buying a 2014 GT500 as I was going to do but waited for the new model...Oh well!!!!…...You know the old saying!!!...Ya snooze ya lose!!!.....
  14. 2 points
    Folks can now buy and or order a GT-H and say its never been in the rental fleet. Carry on!
  15. 2 points
    Thanks for the info, Really, I appreciate this so, I hope my lack of communication on this site does not suggest that I'm not appreciative of all of you who generously give you time to help people like me. I'm keyboard shy and almost got thrown off a forum once for trying to be funny,,, it was taken the wrong way. I did talk to FRPP AND Steeda but my best results came from a member here who gave me the right info and I bought the Steeda 90mm. I should not have to get a tune, and by the end of the day I should have this ready to go to my award winning paint shop. I did get some 09 GT500 mufflers to get this on the road and will continue to look for the drivers side M-5230-GTA that was damaged and missing when I bought it. I will post some pics when this is done. Thanks again Bob W Spokane, WA
  16. 2 points
    Very cool. I have my 10 year anniversary with my '09 GT500 coming up in December. Hard to believe I have kept a car for 10 years!
  17. 2 points
  18. 2 points
    Congrats! Car looks great!
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  20. 2 points
    I found this info below from someone else who was having a similar problem. Also , if you are having GT350 problems you may want to post in the GT 350 forum here on TS.The wrench may be a warning indicator to the driver that there is a fault in the power train control system and the vehicle has gone into limp home operation or a problem with the transmission has been detected and the shifting may be restricted.That light comes on when the power train control module sees a sensor or component that is out of the set range that is programed into the module, the PCM is continuously monitoring the sensors on the engine, exhaust and the transmission and if it sees a sensor out of range for 1 drive cycle it will turn on the wrench light, if it sees it for 3 drive cycles it will turn on the check engine light, what may have happened is it seen something it didn't like and then on the next drive cycle it was within range and turned the wrench back off. Either way, you may want to whip in to your local dealer and get it documented and get the codes read, that way if you have continual problems you will have a record of what is going on. Good Luck and welcome to TS.
  21. 1 point
    Just an added note: when the SGT's were factory lowered, they didn't correct the geometry. So if you're making front end adjustments, a bumpsteer kit (tall tie-rod) is highly recommended to 'level' the struts, plus the stock ball joints are a mm too small (which can clunk). Had mine replaced a few years ago, noticeable difference in handling. Plus: the rear wasn't leveled either, so I had a lower control arm relocation bracket installed, again to flatten the geometry. No more wheel hop, squats now.
  22. 1 point
    Just got my team shelby membership package in the mail now my wife is wanting a shirt how do I go about getting her one?
  23. 1 point
    Happy Friday Lobby. Seeing Ozzy tonight!! Get on the Crazy Train.
  24. 1 point
    Thanks for information -I will call Chris Today !!
  25. 1 point
    Ford did do a nice Mach 1 in 2003 / 2004.
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  27. 1 point
    Get a GT-H that has never been rented. Kinda confusing, headlines are SGT and cars are GT-H's. I'll stop there. That said, they do look good!
  28. 1 point
    Yeah I was thinking about that last night because it's hitting pretty much dead on where he's at....I think he should gather his pets and find a shelter....I wish him the best.
  29. 1 point
    Nope ain't going there.... trying to be family friendly..... but boy could I run with this!!!
  30. 1 point
    It took about 30mins, not a single issue... Glad its done. CrossRoads Ford in Wake Forest, NC if anyone else in the area is looking for a quality service center.
  31. 1 point
    Awesome story, thanks for sharing. I don't collect for any kind of monetary gain, I buy what I like and share with those when and where I can. I appreciate the work and talent that is out there and enjoy hearing and reading all of the stories of the histories of those great pieces of work and collections. I think you might be cut from the same cloth and like sharing with those like minded.
  32. 1 point
    I live south of Houston and I own a 2016 GT350
  33. 1 point
    Just purchased a Shelby GT350 from a local ford dealer. Took my daughter's Fusion in for tires and inspection, and left with the 350 . It was sitting in the showroom and spoke to me.... It joins two other Mustangs in my garage (1966 Restomod coupe and a 2017 GT/CS vert) and replaces a 2004 Mach 1 that I sold to a friend after purchasing the GT350.
  34. 1 point
    I try to video those sessions but didn't hear that they had started it and I was eating a bit of lunch. By the time I got there I think Aaron Shelby was speaking but I missed most of it and then got Brock on my GoPro. I'll check to see how it turns out later in the week when I can get the camera cards onto my computer - I forgot the adapter widgets.
  35. 1 point
    Some fantastic new additions to the collection. GT40 #p1016 is now part of the collection as is a new Ford GT (one that was for sale at Mecum that was a did not meet reserve but was sold after the hammer fell). Both purchased by Greg Miller. Millers now own 2 of the 3 first 3 finishers at Le Mans in 1966. I have some pics too but am still in Colorado and won't be able to process the raw until I get back to Vegas. The highlight of the "old timers stories" was Peter Brock on the history of the Daytona Coupe. I'd heard it several times before (and of course, everyone has read about it) but every time I hear Peter tell the story new little tidbits fill in more blanks. The winner of the GT350R lottery was actually present. He didn't answer the call after the drawing so Volk called the number on the ticket. The guy's wife answered and told them he was at the party! They tracked him down inside.
  36. 1 point
    WTF is white rain. Sounds like something that happens on the set of a porno movie.
  37. 1 point
    We bought a 1985 GT for Leo. his birthday is in September The car is in really good shape especially for a T-top car. The car was sold here locally new and ended up in Europe for a little while. It's been on the Autobahn and then it made its way back here.
  38. 1 point
    A few more to liven things up around here. (Love the Ed Roth stuff, really brings back a lot of memories from waaay back)
  39. 1 point
    They actually had the nerve to give you your car back looking like that, and not say a word! I would so NOT ever, take any car back to that dealership, that is inexcusable!
  40. 1 point
    I still have my Goat. Let's same I'm a GM Boy now.
  41. 1 point
    Haha oh that's right
  42. 1 point
    https://www.homedepot.com/p/Trademark-Global-Pontiac-Chrome-Double-Ring-Neon-Clock-GM1400-PC/203283453 I stumbled upon this cool Pontiac clock at Home Depot website for Tek. But he probably already has it.
  43. 1 point
    Don't know why but kind of happy about it...the 6th gen was not my cup of tea so looking forward to the 7th gen.
  44. 1 point
    I switched to aluminum screws when this was first reported. No issues but once it starts, and it can be triggered by contamination at the factory, the hood needs to be replaced.
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  46. 1 point
    You are unlikely to get an answer here since the people that can answer don't really frequent here any more. (Steve being the occasional exception, but it could be months before he comes back for another purpose.) So why don't you call Shelby American, ask the questions, and post the responses for everyone?
  47. 1 point
    Hey Mongoose ....go skip over to the C8 section and see the latest up to date rendering. I find you. Later slo lane .
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  49. 1 point
    First time seeing this code on my car. Do you guys with aftermarket cold air intakes see this at all? https://youtu.be/bcbmcyPAUdk
  50. 1 point
    We did float this idea past Bill Neale a few years ago. He wasnt against it. I dont think Shelby at that point would have been an option, but with Akos back, I think there is a better chance. Mustang39- Its not a brand held hostage. I wish I could just spill the beans on what the issue is, but I just cant do that. It wouldnt be fair to either party. NO ONE would be more happy to see new Terlinguas on the road. I only address this again because Terlingua is a V6 by heritage, and the new Raptor COULD fit right into that legacy perfectly.