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      ABOUT TEAM SHELBY   01/01/2007

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Cobrafreak

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About Cobrafreak

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    South Atlantic
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    My kids and cars
    Past cars:
    1966 coupe
    1968 GT
    1984 turbo coupe
    1989 GT
    1993 5.0
    1997 Cobra

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  1. Any Shelby owners have plans for the summer in N.C.

    Viper, If you guys do a fall trip I might tag along. just let me know
  2. Any Shelby owners have plans for the summer in N.C.

    That sounds cool. I will check that out, thanks. Have you been to this before? How was it?
  3. Hey, Im in the Raleigh area looking for some GT500 meet ups, cruises or shows. Just looking to hang out with other Shelby guys in my area.
  4. Sell or keep 2011 GT500

    I haven't had my 2010 GT500 to long but I considered the same thing. I love my car but also think the GT350 is a awesome car. I decided that for now Im holding on to what I have and Im going to wait and see how the GT350 holds up for others for a while and then reconsider the idea in a few years. Also Im thinking that once the new GT500 hits the car lots that the used GT350 will really start dropping in price. That's just my opinion. Right now you have a car you know you love and if the GT350 continues to stay on your mind just know that they will only go down in price while you think it over, But at this point in time the new GT500 is almost here and I do think that will play a big part in values dropping on the GT350 and that's when I think it could be a real possibility for me personally.
  5. Drag strip question

    Good info, thanks a lot
  6. Drag strip question

    Hey guys. I was thinking of getting some good drag radials and hitting the drag strip soon. Before I do that I wanted to know if there are any common problems such as rear end issues or axle issues with these cars. I don't have any major upgrades, just the typical stuff like 2.6 pulley, intake, tune, and 3.73 gears. Do the stock parts hold up when launching on drag radials? Are there any other upgrades I really need to get before hitting the drag strip? Thanks
  7. New Raxiom Tail lights look great!!

    I love this look, how long and hard was the install?
  8. How many miles on your Shelby

    2010 with 59k, I just got it 2 months ago and I thought this was high but I feel like maybe its kinda close to average after viewing this post. I feel a little better about it now.
  9. supercharger maintenance question

    Yeh I didn't think about that I guess that true, Then I hear about the oil in them also. I wonder how often to change them both?
  10. Hey, So I have only owned my 2010 GT500 for a couple of months but I heard others talk about supercharger maintenance. What is this about? What do I need to know? Im usually a hands on kinda guy when it comes to typical maintenance so I guess I need to be pointed in the right direction on this one. Thanks for your help.
  11. Glue on dash

    Thay sounds like a great idea Sd550hp. I will stop by my local shop this week. Never thought about a body shop. Thanks
  12. 2013 GT500 Christmas present

    I think blues and silvers and maybe black look better with out, most other colors I think look better with. I really like your hood, I have considered that hood myself.
  13. Glue on dash

    Hey guys, So here is my issue. I recently bought my Shelby used and the previous owner I guess had several gauges on the dash that he removed and left several hard glue spots on the dash. I tried alcohol and I tried Goof Off. I went through about 7 tries. I let the cleaner sit for several minutes and then scrubbed and scrubbed. All I have now is the same spots but they are now white and way more noticeable. Would some one please give me a answer. I need help!!!
  14. 2013 GT500 Christmas present

    Nice car man! I like the stripe delete , Just my opinion. But then again mine is stripe delete (grabber blue 2010) so I am bias.
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