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  1. I bought a 400 mile 2007 Shelby GT last summer. It was special ordered and sold new at Jacky Jones Ford in Georgia. I have lots of paperwork with the car, one being a Target Product Offering Vehicle Order sheet indicating my car left Shelby in Vegas with the Polished 18" SGT wheels. Has anyone else ever seen a 2007 Black SGT leave Shelby back in the day with those wheels? The printout I believe is an internal document at Shelby and it says in bold letters INFO: 64W SHELBY GT POLISHED ALUM WHL ADDED. The polished wheels are still on the car and the date coded tires were removed last summer so I could safely drive the Shelby. The original tires are still with the car and in storage. Just trying to see if another car like mine was built with the polished wheels or if anyone at Shelby remembers the car.....Thanks Tom
  2. I do not like the original Ford Racing Mufflers that came stock on the Shelby GT's....sound good on initial start-up but after that they sound way to quiet for me. I put on American Thunder Classics by Flowmaster. I saved the originals that came off the car at about 700 miles. The Flowmasters have a nice beefy polished tip and the sound is a little tougher than stock.
  3. Sad to see a car like this with crap thrown all over it.
  4. I would try to polish them with a foam pad and a mild polish. I would not suggest working by hand. Use a da polisher. Working by hand will introduce micromarring. If you are uncomfortable using a machine polisher, I would have the whole car paint corrected by a professional who understands what the term paint correction means. Any 5 year old black car with miles on it could definitely benefit by a professional paint correction.
  5. Cool...I like the razors too but I think the stock wheels are also a great wheel for these cars.
  6. 07-09 have the looks....13-14 have the power...
  7. Thank you sir. I called and spoke with Chris today before I saw this post. I am will make my decision shortly.
  8. I have a 2007 SGT and want to know if there are any current promotions being offered by Shelby on the conversion price. I know from time to time they offer discounts or free upgrades,
  9. Try to keep these guys out of neighborhoods. This could have been avoided if you had met the driver at a large parking area such as a Walmart lot, High School parking lot etc. The driver will appreciate you doing this as it guarantees them an easy in/out. Most neighborhoods are not suitable for a tractor trailer.
  10. Go enclosed and go with Reliable, Passport etc. Use a big name classic/exotic transport company that does not broker out work, subcontract etc. Now is not the time to try and save money, trust me.
  11. I put the BFG Comp 2 A/S on my 2007 Shelby GT in the stock size. My car has very low miles, around 1000 but I wanted to preserve the originals and not take any chances driving on them. I love the new BFG's. They have a great look to them and are more aggressive in appearance than the OEM BFG's in 07. They are quiet and handle quite well. I also never like seeing Nitto etc. on Mustangs. I am sure all those Japan, Chinese tires are great, but they aren't meant to be on American Classics.
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