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      ABOUT TEAM SHELBY   01/01/2007

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SoCalSGT

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  1. 2013 GT350 CSM 133500034

    Indeed! Congrats...............
  2. Hood Struts for 2013 GT350

    Correct! Our hoods are too heavy to use the standard lift kit. Must use the heavy duty replacements. I'm surprised they haven't adjusted their ads since the amount of time I spent with them, including a video.
  3. Auto carrier question

    If I might make a suggestion...Go with an enclosed carrier! Open carriers are vulnerable to rocks, sand, storms and a litany of other dangers. Most won't indemnify you from those dangers so you're on your own. There is a review site on line (been a while since I looked for it) that covers car carriers. A word of caution: Some are just consolidators/agents that farm out the work to whomever they can find. Others actually own the carriers. Stay with the owned companies.
  4. That's a big hit. At that price it should have that option...just sayin'.....
  5. Does it have the painted stripes? That's an expensive option I didn't see listed.
  6. Windshield banner

    Just as an FYI....I know that STUCKONYOUGRAPHICS was moving some time back (sorry I don't recall his name) and was offline while that was going on. You can check through his google info and see if you can find him if you ever want: https://www.google.com/search?q=stuck+on+you+graphics&rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS772US772&oq=stuck+on+you+graphics&aqs=chrome..69i57.6070j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8 Welcome to the region by the way!!!
  7. Yea, I know but it's just not the same.....
  8. So How Did These Wind Up.....

    Good point. I wouldn't have been surprised to see a car over there, but 6-7 year old boxed wheels just seemed unusual.
  9. I have strong feelings both ways (how's that for taking a definitive position!). Would I buy the new GT? Depends on the price I imagine. I like the looks of it, the fact that it has all of the newest technology helps, as does the fact that I could pick the donor car/color/ equipment etc. What also helps is that it comes out of the Shelby factory. Would I have sellers remorse if I sold my current Shelby to buy one...of course! But would I smile every time I looked at or drove the new Shelby...you betcha'! Know what would stop me more than anything else? Not being able to look over at the passenger side air bag cover and see that signature. That my friends, could be a deal breaker.
  10. ...In S. Korea? https://www.ebay.com/itm/253873369679?ul_noapp=true
  11. Very cool!...but I gotta' ask: Do you rotate the tires?
  12. I agree with Rocky, you should easily be able to find one with far less than 100k miles on it. Personally, I'd steer clear of a dealer. If you do a little searching you should be able to find a private seller with a nice car with no dealer mark up. When I was first looking for an SGT I was in So. Cal and found one in OH with 875 miles on it. It just took a little searching. Good Luck!
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