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    White Lightning with 66 DNA
  • Birthday 10/15/1957

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    Shelby & Ford Vehicles and Iowa Hawkeye sports.

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  1. Congrats & welcome - The Gt-H's are fun cars.
  2. The last white 1/18 scale a member had on eBay went for pretty good money, like $400. I did a search of sold eBay items, but couldnt find it, it''s been too long ago. I did see a couple of 1/18 Black SGT die cast in the sold items for over $160.00. GLWS
  3. Agree with Jeff, more for looks than functionality. I still have my originals that are now 12 years old. Turned them on the other day and they both still worked
  4. Never mind, I found it in the Shelby Performance Parts section. Its great and invaluable information.
  5. Is there a thread out there dedicated to this? I don't think they exist on SPP any longer. I seem to remember that Jer posted some links to Scott Drake & Shelby exclusive parts install guides a few years ago. If not, I wonder if we couldn't get one started? I have some PDF's of a few things, for example Battery hold down and brake duct kit. Thanks
  6. I just bought the entire set from CJ Pony Parts for $41.85. https://www.cjponyparts.com/drake-muscle-cars-hood-pin-kit-stainless-steel-2005-2009/p/HDPK4/
  7. The cover on my GT-H was harder to remove than my 2007 SGT. I swear the hood pin cut outs on the cover were a little smaller on the GT-H, so I experienced what you did last winter when I swapped out my grille.
  8. GLWS and not trying to tell you what you list your car for, but I bought a very clean car similar to yours, but with 11,000 miles on the clock for $27K just about 1 year ago. Granted I felt I got it for a great price. I watched prices on cars that sold in similar condition for awhile and they seemed to fall in the high 20's to mid 30's. The higher listing prices seem to be from dealers and lower one's from private sellers. Just giving you feedback.
  9. This is what I have on my rears right now - https://www.evoperform.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=11_80&products_id=438&zenid=lhfjutk5ef3svugi45ibrrbs77
  10. I had these on my car and what Steven said was the price I paid. The rear rotor kit from Baer was $700.
  11. Bring it to Shelbyfest in Jeff City the first weekend in May. Put a for sale sign on her. There will be a lot of Mustang/Shelby enthusiasts there, so you never know, you might get an offer.
  12. I would agree with Mongoose and others - $22K - $25K for a low mile unmolested original car. Where are you located in the Midwest? Also, anything set the car apart a little? Grey or Tan interior? Options such as heated seats or Nav? Shaker 500 or 1,000 sound system?
  13. Oil Temp seems to be the tough one to find. I have that one on my N/A set up. I can tell you that overall it's just a hole filler as my temps rarely get above 210 degrees. Most of the time it barely seems to move the needle
  14. I like it. Looks good. Thanks for sharing.
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