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falcongtho3

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About falcongtho3

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  • Birthday 03/01/1961

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  1. Resurrecting the new Daytona Coupe.........

    Awesome. If I recall correctly, the V10 engine was 5.8 liters, or 351 CID. Leading to rumors of a V10 Boss 351. One did get stuffed into a current Mustang.
  2. Resurrecting the new Daytona Coupe.........

    The non-polished version at the 2004 SEMA show.
  3. Resurrecting the new Daytona Coupe.........

    We were at SEMA the year it was shown there, out car not being 20 feet away, and it was even better looking in real life. Can't really say the same about the Cobra Concept that was right behind our car on the stage that year. Note: Camilo Pardo designed the jumpsuits that the models wore while displaying the cars.
  4. Die-Cast collections

    Lovin' it all, anything Gulf. Hoping to find one of the JL Gulf sets on the pegs in the next few weeks.
  5. This particular car was invoiced to SA the same date as the Shelby owned car. The only two small block chassis numbers listed in the World Registry are both cars that were to become Daytona Coupes, but with earlier invoice dates.
  6. Die-Cast collections

    Since Santa pretty much bypassed me this year, I had to fend for myself.
  7. Die-Cast collections

    Thanks. All but the salt and pepper shakers are from the famous Shelby Cafe, including the order cards. I thought the Shelby S&P shakers were a good fit but these are pretty cool as well.
  8. Die-Cast collections

    Been away due to computer issues again. Most are resolved, some are not. Did want to post up and hope that every one had a great Christmas, and is having a Happy New Years. Getting the table set for a nice quiet evening, as you can see. Just have to decide which placemat to use...(just kidding, the mats are NOT for use)
  9. Die-Cast collections

    I miss going to SEMA...*sigh*
  10. Die-Cast collections

    I'm pretty sure you are right. My wallet just ran off screaming!
  11. Die-Cast collections

    Interesting point, I've actually seen a few '63 coupes go through some of the various auctions with the split removal kit still in place. They may be the truly rare cars now, much like the Ferarri Daytona coupes that are now convertibles during the post Miami Vice craze that saw kits to lop off the roofs of the high dollar prancing horses.
  12. 2014 GT500 Diecast

    The closest I know of is a 2011 1:64 scale that Greenlight did.
  13. Die-Cast collections

    One of the things about the car that appealed to me was the total grocery getter look of the car, from the whitewall tires to the wire wheel covers and its vinyl top, it just screamed 'yawn'. Until you stuck your foot in it. I do miss it. I've heard rumors about where it is, and seen a few others like it. But I als remember back in th elate '70s and early 80s another ugly ducking Mustang that certainly turned around in a big way, the '66 GT-350H. No one wanted anything to do with them or their owners, at Mustang or Shelby meets. It was just a worn out old rental car. Who cared back then?
  14. Die-Cast collections

    I lived that with my Cobra Jet Grande'. Rarest of the rare, less than 30 made in '69, yet worth only about 1/2 of what a Cobra Jet Mach 1 brought, if than much. And the invisible plane link I posted was the cheapest one I saw on ebay!
  15. Die-Cast collections

    This is on of the original ones on ebay. I could have bought one years ago for $10 or so. Now they're just nutso! https://www.ebay.com/itm/WONDER-WOMAN-HOT-WHEELS-SDCC-2010-1-64-INVISIBLE-JET-EXCLUSIVE-RARE/332871106684?hash=item4d80aa007c:g:r20AAOSwduxbk8JG:rk:1:pf:0 Pretty amazing for something that actually started out as a joke at HW! The one I have is worth nothing compared to the original.
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