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  1. Hello Team Shelby World, we are doing the Back Country Bash again for 2019 and have a couple very special guest! Tracey L Smith and Scott Black are joining us! I have added more details in the Calendar here on the forum, if you have questions please contact me. I have attach a file for the details! see below or go to the Team Shelby forum calendar. Sign up info is there, we are using PayPal. This event t is taking place in La Center, Washington. May 18th. Track time available friday at Portland International Raceway by SCCA - Track Night in America. Quickly: Breakfast, Drive and BBQ/Social in the great Pacific Northwest! we are looking forward to seeing new friends and old friends! Very Best Regards, Brian Bogdon PNWR director. Volunteers are welcome, do you have idea? s, want to get involved? Sponser? Lets make it another exciting , fun and memorable event with great people and cool machines! 2019Team Shelby Back Country Bash Time.docx
  2. Hello Team Shelby World, we are doing the Back Country Bash again for 2019 and have a couple very special guest! Tracey L Smith and Scott Black are joining us! I have added more details in the Calendar here on the forum, if you have questions please contact me. I have attach a file for the details! This event t is taking place in La Center, Washington. May 18th. Track time available friday at Portland International Raceway by SCCA - Track Night in America. Quickly: Breakfast, Drive and BBQ/Social in the great Pacific Northwest! we are looking forward to seeing new friends and old friends! Very Best Regards, Brian Bogdon PNWR director. 2019Team Shelby Back Country Bash Time.docx
  3. News Flash July 2018, Shelby American is coming to the Mustang Roundup in Bellevue Washington this weekend. The event starts with the Ride N Drive at Pacific Raceways Thursday the 19th of July and ends at Bellevue Community College for the big car show. This is all the details I have at this time. See the link below. Best Regards, Brian Bogdon http://mustangsnorthwest.com/car-shows/roundup-2018/
  4. From the album: Ron's Album

    Bought out of state again at Sunny King Ford in Anniston, AL for sticker, plus trailer costs. When I do this, everything is thousands less, yearly dmv fees. Once in CA, I can take it to any dealer for service. I loved my 2011 gt500 immediate gratification with super charger, but couldn't take a corner at all. In 2015 they changed rear end to independent, everything changed now, my gt350 corners, soo balanced, sit and go, revs to 8250, in my gt500 I had to shift to keep going, here I just keep going, no extra shift, oooop look I just passed you .
  5. From the album: Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe

    The interior glove box cover has been signed by the late Carroll Shelby and Team Shelby designer, Peter Brock.

    © Phillip Kolter

  6. From the album: Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe

    This photo shows the manufacturer's VIN plate indicating this Coupe as SPC0114. Also are the medallions representing the small block engine resembling the original 289 8-stack weber V-8 of 1964. The engine installed was a Roush 402IR 8-stack EFI V-8.

    © Phillip Kolter

  7. From the album: Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe

    This Superformance replica has been made as a "tribute" car to the original Championship Coupe #26. The car was designed for Superformance by Peter Brock who created the original for Team Shelby back in 1964. The side view photo has been taken at the 2007 Milwaukee Masterpiece Car Show on the grounds of Veterans Park on the lake front.

    © Phillip Kolter

  8. Sooooo my buddies and I were coming home from a swap meet here in Kansas and we saw a BEAUTIFUL 55 gasser we had to stop and check out... In line with it was a 1969 Fastback which COULD have been AWESOME but there was more bondo than metal (so we think, according to the paint) and featured a nifty DVD player in the back seat with Gone in 60 Seconds playing... Check out the pictures and tell me what you think! PLUS- is the sig real or fake? We all guessed fake, unless Shelby signed his last name as "shelley"
  9. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    Same 2014 Ford Mustang GT Premium from a different view. With the 50th Anniversary coming up, one has to wonder just what the 2015 model is going to be like. A Mustang with an EcoBoost engine will be a sight to behold. Here's a little of what we know so far courtesy of Edmunds.com Engineering Editor Jason Kavanagh: "It's well-known that the 2015 Ford Mustang will have a turbocharged four-cylinder EcoBoost engine. In fact, I first reported on it back in September of 2011. Those of you thinking the 2015 Mustang's Ecoboost engine will simply take the 2013 Ford Focus ST's engine, turn it ninety degrees and overbore it are mistaken. Here are some more details on the 'Stang's four-banger ("four-'Stanger?") recently overheard from inside sources. The 2.3-liter Ecoboost four in the Mustang will generate in the neighborhood of 330 horsepower, plus or minus a few. It will slot above the base V6 and beneath the V8 in the Mustang's pecking order (e.g., price). As its peak power number will not be drastically higher than the V6's current 305 hp, the four-cylinder's worth will likely be in a larger, broader torque output and better fuel economy than the V6. Interestingly enough, the 2.3 Ecoboost's unique head casting integrates the exhaust manifold into the head, so the turbo simply bolts directly to a flange on the head. Though this type of manifold integration is in production on other cars, this will be the first time it has been accomplished with a twin scroll turbo, which by design groups the exhaust ports of cylinders #1 and #4 together, isolated from those of cylinders #2 and #3. That's one tricky head to cast, I bet!"

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

  10. From the album: My Own and Random Vehicles from Work

    This would be a perfect candidate for a little thing called the GT350 upgrade. With Shelby discontinuing the GT350, someone would be very smart to get their hands on this guy and let Shelby American work their magic on it!

    © B3RSERK3R 2013

  11. We're reinstalling the hood scoop on a 2008 Shelby GT & don't want to use rivets. No body at Shelby will return my calls, so hopefully I can get answers here. What's known: - Need to use aluminum fasteners on aluminum hood. - Looks like there is space in the hood blanket underneath to allow for the fasteners to stick down some. - I can't find standard aluminum screws to easily purchase & Fastenal says they can make the screws from scratch, but don't have an aluminum locking nut for them. Questions: - What does the engine compartment temperature get up to? - We're looking at using a Nylock type nut underneath because they can be controlled & gently tightened, which is important since the hood is 2 thinner layers. I've read that nylocks are good up to 250 degrees. The nut would be between the blanket & the hood so presumably shielded from some of the heat. - Are you aware of an appropriate aluminum fastener to use, besides a rivet? - Fastenal says they'd have to make what I need, taking 3-4 weeks, & they don't have an aluminum nylon nut for it. The fastener we're looking at having made is a #6 aluminum button head cap screw, 3/4" in length, shaft close to 1/8" in diameter, head about 1/4" diameter, hopefully satin aluminum finish or considering blue (car is Vista Blue). I'd have to purchase one or both just hoping the colors match & can't return. - Do you have a source to convert American standard dimensions to metric? - Since having trouble finding a standard fastener I might have to look at going metric. Prefer not to. - If Shelby used a 3/4" rivet (shaft only), what length of screw would you recommend? - I'm guessing 3/4" + length for a nut (nylocks are longer than non-locking nuts) + if not a locking nut then extra length for a locking washer. Wonder if missing something... - I can't use steel at all, can I? What about a brass nut? - It will cause electrolysis on the aluminum screw &/or washer &/or hood. (I had this problem at both hood pins). Even just a steel nut can cause electrolysis to travel up the screw & potentially to the hood at some point. - Why is this such a damn hassle? Thanks for your help on this.
  12. I have a 2008 Shelby GT & am considering getting a different hood. With it's dimensions in mind, is there an easy way to find other hood styles with the same dimensions that would easily fit? In my optimistic mind I'm hoping there's a website feature out there where you plug in the make/model/year of your car & it spits out options for you, but that's got to be fantasy (not to mention lazy). I know nothing about the process, whether these have to be custom made or not, whether a different hood usually or always requires new front fascia, etc. Any info, advice, experience appreciated. I realize that anything can be custom made, but at least initially I want to see what I can get done sooner. And does anyone happen to know if replacing the hood cancels their extended warranty? I haven't checked mine yet. Thanks.
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