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FiaCobra

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  1. It's now "Election Day" minus 1. Did you secure your post ? As for me, back in 2009, I put into play a retirement plan for 2022. As of this writing, I pretty much stayed the course and everything pretty much went as planned but, such as life, you need to make adjustments so.......it looks like my latest retirement date is in 2024.
  2. I never did an upgrade and didn't think one was in order for street use. I installed the front brake cooling ducts and just went with that. Did you install yours ?
  3. With all due respect, what are you talking about ? The GT500KR was produced in 1968, 2008, and 2009. I have an extra set of GT500KR/SHELBY/ALCOA milled lettering rims that I'd be willing to sell to you for $1500 apiece !! By your calculation, you can make a $500 profit on each rim/tire combo or $2000 profit on all 4 !!
  4. It's now 10 years later (2019) and I don't think anyone cares anymore.
  5. As far as I know, it wasn't a KR item that originally came with the car.
  6. Thanks for the kind words gentlemen. As for my axle, when I first got the car, I painted the rear axle assembly with "Hammered" by Rust-Oleum. It taped the stickers and took my time doing the entire assembly. Took me 3 days but the results came out great. I used the brush on paint as opposed to spray paint. I don't like working with spray paint.
  7. Nope, I'm at a loss. You may want to post this in "General Topic" for more traffic.
  8. It was one of the very first things I did when I picked up my KR new. After that, I painted the bare rear axle.
  9. Congrats and good luck. I want your SGT to go with my Vista Blue KR ;)
  10. You're right, not a bad number for the seller. I was fortunate enough to get my Vista Blue KR when the economy tanked, otherwise I wouldn't have been able to afford it. I paid $23k under MSRP at the time.
  11. If everything were equal (same mileage, same number of owners, same options...etc, etc) it would be the 2009 Vista Blue KR. Reasons: Rarest color and production out of all the standard KR's, and the 2009 model is likely the last "Pre-Titled" Shelby ever.
  12. Does that change out really require a new tune ? Heard conflicting things about the aggressive tune already installed from Shelby.
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