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Vintage Racer

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About Vintage Racer

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    Racing Fords for 25 years

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    South Atlantic
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    Road racing, driving on the road.
  1. I ordered my 2019 Mustang Shelby GT #1868 in January of 2019. It was delivered 7-5-19. It's the fastest and the best engineered GT350 that has every been made.
  2. Why doesn't the current faster flat plan crank cars have a separate category?
  3. No clue. I am Ki868. I am not allowed to post pictures since the size is too much for this site.
  4. That is good to know. I have a 2019 GT350 that wasn't shown, and the 2020 GT500 isn't shown. The paperwork and owner's package is saying to go here to be a member. Currently, you can't find them listed.
  5. Just asking? The Ford Shelby GT350 just go to 2018.
  6. I have a 2019 Mustang Shelby GT350. It happened on my 10th Anniversary of membership here.
  7. I'll be there. It should be a fun event.
  8. I read the WSJ article in Saturday's paper. Dan Neil has all kinds of automotive writing credentials, but I have never really agreed with any of his opinions. Frank Jackson Ford (Sandy Springs) has ~3 Boss 302's, one Boss LS, and ~3 new Shelby GT500's. They want ADM for all of them (~$4K-$6K).
  9. I have some of the old stock certificates from the old GM. My wife's granddad gave her shares many years ago. I managed to convince her to sell most of them at $50-$60 back around 2003 when GM was doing well. She insisted on keeping some shares due to emotional reasons. They are worth more now as a collector item after GM was forced in bankruptcy. Equity stockholders, preferred stockholders, many secured bondholders, and all unsecured bondholders were wiped out of billions of dollars by the quick government-forced bankruptcy. I doubt they'll be getting back in.
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