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Fat Boss

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  1. B-J R package/tune lmao

    Good to hear!
  2. Searching for recaro seats GT350

    There's a set for sale on TrackMustangsOnline.
  3. The New Shelby GT 500...........

    Well, the GT500 and the forthcoming Vette.
  4. Does anyone know if there are any problems going to coil overs for a WIDEBODY 2013? Mine rubs on the outside edge of both rear tires over medium to large bumps. I'd like to go with something adjustable so I can raise the rear just enough to not rub so often. Being in a convertible, the smell of the tires gets annoying after a while. Is there enough room on the inside of those 20x13's with 345's to put a good adjustable coil over?
  5. Thanks. Does anyone know EXACTLY what springs on on these cars?
  6. The Lobby

    IMO they both have their place. The forums are much better for planning an event, having a long conversation with a lot of people, or documenting something. FB is good for sharing pics and stories on the fly. FB also absolutely dominates the known universe when it comes to seeing diverse pictures on a regular basis with little to no effort. Examples of pages I follow are Steam Engines, Apple II Enthusiasts, Brass Era Car Lovers, and CDF/Cal Fire History. In one simple place I see all kinds of pictures and stories from all kinds of sources. Of course I'm also part of dozens of car specific forums from the Model T to the Terlingua.
  7. 2018 Super Snake Wide body

    Ahhh. That splains that.
  8. 2018 Super Snake Wide body

    Interesting how the rear wheel has the spokes out towards the edge. My 203 WB has several inches of rim before the spokes.
  9. What would you rather have?

    I like them black.
  10. Personalized license plate

    I like what's behind door number two.
  11. Stripe Delete

    Play around with photoshop or have someone help you before you decide. I personally wouldn't remove them, but I can see the allure. For the group: If one was to have the stripes painted, and especially the lettering- would you have custom vinyl "negatives" made for the masking? How else would you do it? Seems tedious and difficult. My stripes still look good, but I can see having them painted in the future. Maybe Counts Kustoms could do a Kustom stripe and letter job...
  12. 1965 Shelby Cobra

    When I click on the link on my laptop, the words (Factory Five Racing) are on the second line of the listing, just after 1965 Shelby Cobra. IMO, if you really think you're getting a Cobra produced in the 60's for less than $50k, you're stupid enough that you might as well buy it.
  13. Worth of a GT350 non-supercharged

    My guess is $43k. Recent s/c cars have sold for about $10k more. There's a GTS for sale for closer to $30k somewhere on the web.
  14. 2011-2014 GT350 hood

    I'm going to call Shelby about the splitter, not the eBay place with the hoods.
  15. 2011-2014 GT350 hood

    OK, didn't finish the order since the website wanted $160 to ship. I'll call them on Monday.
  16. 2011-2014 GT350 hood

    Don't forget one of these. I know mine scrapes from time to time. Just placed my order. http://www.shelbystore.com/product-p/gt0031.htm
  17. Buying a Shelby Raptor in Washington

    The online brochure is misleading at best, based on the second paragraph. It should say optional if that's the case. "The Shelby Raptor has returned and it is all business. Now available on the stronger, lighter and more nimble 2017-2018 platform, Shelby American turns the capable machine into an extreme off-roader with key enhancements to the truck’s suspension, power and styling. Under the hood, the Shelby Raptor has a custom cold-air performance intake system and tune, feeding the Ford Performance EcoBoost engine. This gives the twin-turbo V-6 an amazing 525+ horsepower and an astonishing 610+ foot pounds of torque."

    There hasn't been a host hotel for any of them, but it sure would be great to do. Hotel pricing is steep that time of year.
  19. Since I'm apparently unable to go through life without buying spare parts for my cars, I picked up a spare facia yesterday. It was from a 2014 GT350 that had been in a very mild collision. The paint is cracked in a couple places, but I'd say it's excellent overall. Also got a factory upgraded S/C heat exchanger that only has a few fins smooshed over. I've also recently picked up an NOS set of floor mats. Anyone else preparing for the Apocalypse?
  20. Yep. I just spent an hour or so helping put out a small fire near my house in Morgan Hill.
  21. I saw this on the net. Good to see they're trying to save it. Sad to see the house being destroyed.
  22. It's possible they were waiting for some hose lays, and just pushed it out really quick. Harald would be the one to tell us for sure.
  23. I forgot, I also picked up some new sun visors from Ford. Mine are starting to turn gray from the sun.