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About 66GT350PS

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  • 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. The Lobby

    We had snow here this week in Hawaii on top of Mauna Kea. I am closer to sea level where the fall temps are in the 72-80 range on shore and 75 in the water. Got bored over the weekend so had to put some time for a scenic cruise with wife in the '11 GT350. No jackets.
  2. 2013 GT350 CSM 133500034

    Watch out for the speed traps. It is hardly stealth looking!
  3. Wanted: 1967 GT500 Project

    It is great that you want to bring a true original 1967 Shelby GT500 back to life, not a modified movie car Mustang (Eleanor never was a Shelby, please) or a clone shell. Modified into Shelby Mustang clones can be very nice when done and have greater comfort, power, ride and reliability. But they are not the original classic. Anyone taking on the time, effort and expense of restoring an original Shelby factory classic gets my support (figuretively, not financially). Best of luck with the find and the project. Be sure to check with the SAAC registrar for 1967 Shelbys to ensure you putting money down on the real thing. You will need to do a lot of research on the restoration but there is knowledgeable support out there. Keep us up to date on your efforts.
  4. Much more detail as SAAC forum on undercoating and other 19966 GT350H restorations. Also, you should have the SAAC 1965-1967 World Registry book. http://www.saac.com/registries.html Information was invaluable for the restoration of my 1966 GT350. There is so much detail to learn.
  5. The life of bottled water is affected by the type of plastic container. Usual life for most is 6 months to year. Also depends on manufacturing and bottling process. Without any chlorination for bacteria, there is a storage limit. As far as tthose cannisters, contents can separate or harden and pressure seal can fail ove time so that there is no pressure in the can.
  6. My 1969 GT350 coupe arrived

    True, the revised body line for the fastback became to be called by Ford design a "sportsroof". Marketing pronmotion.
  7. Fireman must know something if they are saving the Shelby and not the house.
  8. Fun Collectables

    Saw a blue Shelby F150 plastic car 1:18 scale at Walmart yesterday.
  9. Get that car into the garage between cruises!
  10. 2011-14 GT350 gift ideas

    Not much at the Shelby Shop so the hunt is always continuing. Interest to find that these limited interest items are being made somewhere.
  11. GTH Gift idea

    Found this item: https://www.cafepress.com/+ec111_shelbygth6606_drawstring_bag,81538250 Ask Santa, maybe...
  12. Found these (and purchsed them): https://www.cafepress.com/mf/100041985/mug_mugs?productId=1614557391 https://www.cafepress.com/mf/100041985/14gt350wh_mugs?productId=1614557390 (different sizes available) https://www.cafepress.com/mf/100041985/14gt350wh_mugs?productId=1614557397 https://www.cafepress.com/+tote_bag,1614558226 You can always tell Santa!
  13. Can This Be????

    Different phots in the post of front end. Some with gold stripes, some without?????
  14. 2014 GT350 Upgrade

    Sounds like a fun project restoration for wife and daughter. A great family project. Wife and I restored her 65 red GT convertible but did simple mods of pulling the 4 speed for a 65 auto and put in power steering and power braking for the fornt disc. All looks original and fools a few Mustang novices. Hopefully you 2014 gets there before the cold and naster weather starts so you have a good deal of play time before making it a winter prisoner. Trust me, because of its appearance and sound, you will get a lot of appreciation.
  15. 2014 GT350 Upgrade

    Only speeding ticket ever got was Hwy 9 from Parkville to Riverside, north of KC. 6 mile chase in 35 mph zone. Clocked doing 75-80 but got reduced fine since only fun sheriff had all week. Was back in college days in 1968 in my 1967 Cougar XR7. Sheriff very confused, and amused, over my Hawaii plates. Loved the on ramps to I-70 back then too! Good thing I didn't rent a 66 GT350H at the old KC airport downtown as I would not have been able to afford all the tickets. Did do a few test drives though. Now enjoying driving my 66 GT350 or 2011 GT350.