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SGT Sightings

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Spotted Black 07 #4000 in a parking lot of an imaging center in Mt Laurel, NJ. The car was on the Ford lot in Mt Holly about 4 years ago - 1st time I have seen it since.

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07 White/silver on West St. Hebron CT. Afternoon of Dec. 19. About 1/2 mile from home! Didn't get the CSM. The warm weather in CT sure has been nice for driving my SGT.

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A little off topic of sightings, but there were 75 Black SGTs made with Parchment interiors. According to my records.

love tto get a copy of any records from 2007.................that would be great

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great looking car, where do I get the steering wheel emblem from?.............I tried to take mine off the other day, but didnt want to scratch everything up..............please let me know about this part...........I would like to remove all the mustangs from mine and only have "s" snake logo's...........thanks for any and all help with this. very sweet part

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great looking car, where do I get the steering wheel emblem from?.............I tried to take mine off the other day, but didnt want to scratch everything up..............please let me know about this part...........I would like to remove all the mustangs from mine and only have "s" snake logo's...........thanks for any and all help with this. very sweet part

 

 

There are plenty of threads on this topic, and the different methods that have been used and tried, in the Tech and Mod area.

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Sighted an awesome sounding GT 350 R last Saturday at Custer and 380, McKinney and Prosper, TX

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We were out for a shopping trip on Saturday and I had a black 07 coupe come up behind me on MacArthur Rd in Allentown. We exchanged waves and he turned off, never got to talk.

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I saw 3 white, 1 black and 1 Vista Blue SGT's at Mustang Week in Myrtle Beach.

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Spotted a white SGT in the pouring rain heading south on hwy58 just north of Maysville NC this afternoon.

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Spotted a white SGT in the pouring rain heading south on hwy58 just north of Maysville NC this afternoon.

Not mine, since mine is at Fastlane Motorsports in Benson, NC with the engine out.

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A black Shelby GT was spotted in Storrs, CT early Friday afternoon!

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The Atlanta area north side no sighting's in the last 7 months, SGT or GT500.I hope it stays that way, it's kind of cool. I remember when i had one of the first 05 Mustang GT's in the area i felt like i was driving a Ferarri. This lasted for a good 6 months or so. The funny thing was the dealer sold me the car on the A-plan .

This was from when I bought my first 07SGT black. Sold her and now 10 years later back in one. # 07SGT0016 with only 3318 miles.

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I spotted 08SGT0348 at the CrossRoad Ford Service Department in Wake Forest NC this morning. The dealership was hosting a Cars & Coffee.....

 

This is only the second time I've seen one on the street, anyone on here?

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Last I knew it was owned by fellow Team Shelby member Bill Toole from Indiana and the car is a no interior upgrade. Nice car.

 

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18 hours ago, Wayne1948 said:

Last I knew it was owned by fellow Team Shelby member Bill Toole from Indiana and the car is a no interior upgrade. Nice car.

 

Do you know what his user ID was on the forums?

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4 hours ago, 08SGT1234 said:

Do you know what his user ID was on the forums?

Sorry, I don't.

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Spotted a black SGT while visiting my nephew in Silver Springs MD at his appointment complex (Spring Hills). I believe it was parked in a visitor spot Thur and Fri, I didn't get a chance to catch the CSM#.

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Passed a black SGT this morning on the way to work. Gave him a big wave from my SGT. He looked kinda stunned. Pretty rare car in Canada.

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Parked close to white one at Wichita KS airport covered parking on 9-3-18. Tinted windows and not enough light to be able to make out the CSM #. 

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