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About 66GT350PS

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    Team Shelby Member
  • Birthday 08/20/1947

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    Pacific Coast
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    Travel, car shows, driving and restoration of Mustangs.

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  1. Needs Shelby style rally stripes to go faster.😎
  2. I'm still waiting for a Recaro lounger to enjoy retirement, but until then I am just fine killing more of my hearing with loud acceleration. Love scarin' them Prius. 😎
  3. Some performance SUV models do sell. Maybe not high price exotics, but the Ford Explorer Sport twin turbo sells well and do the Dodge higher horsepower models. BMW does fairly well with their SUV models. I would like to see a Shelby SUV model similar to what has been to done with the Raptor and other F150 trucks.
  4. Just when you thought the move from Hertz would make for a better deal for a Shelby rental. Deja vu all over again with another rental company.😎
  5. Very nice ride. Looks like a lot of love and work. I was confused at first by thename is for the car not the original Shelby Lola prototype which was a Lola (car brand) MK6 that was used as the basis for the Ford GT40 design. 😎
  6. Nice of Ford to drop by. Better if they are dropping it off for a Shelby American upgrade.
  7. One persons collecting is another persons hoarding. It depends on monetary versus emotional values. Wife upset? Ask her how many pairs of shoes and purses does she have. Wait, you might need an attorney after you do that.
  8. Hmmmm, our local dealser in Hawaii have the same history. One was successful at getting a $100,000 ADM for a 2005 Ford GT. But usually the ADM is a bargaining chip as it will start at $35,000 or specialty Fords and get "bargained down" to about $20,000-$35,000 over MSRP.
  9. I have never paid ADM, especially in this local market where they are anywhere from $5K for an average sedan or truck to going over $35K for specialty cars. I remember a 2005 Ford GT doing for $100K ADM. Crazy. I have told the dealers that for the markup, I could find the special Shelby that I wanted somewhere at MSRP, fly there first class, stay in a suite until the paperwork cleared, ship the car and then fly home first class. The cost would still save me tens of thousands and I would have had a nice vacation.
  10. Pretty sure this is the one that sold on Sept. 14 for $182.00 plus shipping $50.
  11. I have a number of them as well. Some with COA from the Foundation, some without.😎
  12. I am actually amazed on some Cobras that are SA production models that are on eBay auctions: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1965-Shelby-Cobra-CSX4131-Continuation/133143210060?hash=item1efff4284c:g:etcAAOSwqYJdG9V0 https://www.ebay.com/itm/1966-Shelby-Cobra/383138469155?hash=item5934d51523:g:O~cAAOSwP41dSd6s https://www.ebay.com/itm/1965-Shelby-Cobra-CSX/163850857868?hash=item262645ad8c:g:qAwAAOSwoaBdcskJ
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