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  1. Just curious so looked up the code.here's link https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/p2068-obd-ii-trouble-code-fuel-level-sensor-b-circuit-high-by-robert-kulp Good luck.looks like the tank needs to be pulled to fix sensor
  2. Never happened to me.but I'd worry about safety.of the car decided to run 4100 rpm when your doing 60 it could be trouble.there may be a throttle body issue.have dealer check codes and figure out whats hsppening just to be safe
  3. Just curious.the stock driver seat have lumbar support built in.its activated but control on door side of seat,. In guessing the wiring is already there,just not used in recall option.
  4. https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2018/03/15/1967-the-pinnacle-for-the-automobile?utm_source=SFMC&utm_medium=email
  5. Even if its not true,its funny http://www.thesmokinggun.com/buster/arkansas/shelby-miller-collared-507631#.WnewoDpAq7l.mailto
  6. Markham. The old saying applies here. "You have to grow old but you can stay immature forever"and thats a good thing im 72.
  7. Estimates are 350 to 400k. Alot for 68 -IMHO
  8. one last time from my PC--hope link works.If not google mecum kissimmee gt500kr https://www.mecum.com/lots/FL0118-313019/1968-shelby-gt500kr-convertible/
  9. Oops. Here s link,I hope. oh well guess I can't post a link.sorry tried twice and no can do.
  10. Ok have fun.ill try and pm my email address.
  11. Yeah.from my drag racing days 100lbs is 0.1 secs in 1/4 mile,which is a carlength.
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