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2008 GT500KR Build Sheet: Sample.

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I wanted to share two documents from the Flat Rock AAI plant. These are used during the engine installation process. VINs and other info. have been erased. Note: We cannot obtain these for anyone - these are just for your F.Y.I. only!

 

The top one is for the 2008 Shelby GT500KR and is noted as "J2 KR."

 

The lower one is for the GT500s and is noted as "J2SHELB."

 

The GT500 and GT500KR are being built and documented as separate models.

 

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is this from someone that just ordered one? HINT, HINT ;)

 

 

No this one is not ours, but our car is on the way to Vegas as we speak. :happy feet: :happy feet:

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May I ask what colour Rob wanted & the real colour it is.?

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I think he wanted a Grabber Orange KR but was told No Dice. I think Sharon told him he was getting Silver with Baby Blue stripes :hysterical2:

 

It was always Silver with Blue I just let Robert dream a little :hysterical3::hysterical:

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I wanted to share two documents from the Flat Rock AAI plant. These are used during the engine installation process. VINs and other info. have been erased. Note: We cannot obtain these for anyone - these are just for your F.Y.I. only!

 

The top one is for the 2008 Shelby GT500KR and is noted as "J2 KR."

 

The lower one is for the GT500s and is noted as "J2SHELB."

 

The GT500 and GT500KR are being built and documented as separate models.

 

kr_enginebuild.gif

 

Thanks for teasing us with these

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I wanted to share two documents from the Flat Rock AAI plant. These are used during the engine installation process. VINs and other info. have been erased. Note: We cannot obtain these for anyone - these are just for your F.Y.I. only!

 

The top one is for the 2008 Shelby GT500KR and is noted as "J2 KR."

 

The lower one is for the GT500s and is noted as "J2SHELB."

 

The GT500 and GT500KR are being built and documented as separate models.

 

kr_enginebuild.gif

 

Robert, Will these be attached to the car anywhere or are they kept at the plant? Sure would be a good piece of documentation for the scrap book!

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I think they are attached to the engine cradle, but I can't be 100% certain. When the vehicle meets the engine during the installation process, the sheets are scrapped.

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I think they are attached to the engine cradle, but I can't be 100% certain. When the vehicle meets the engine during the installation process, the sheets are scrapped.

 

Found this thread while looking for something else.

 

There was an article, can't remember where now, about the building of a GT500 and in the photo of the line it showed these hanging taped to the front/top of the open hood when it was going down the line. Where it goes after the hood is closed I don't know.

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Found this thread while looking for something else.

 

There was an article, can't remember where now, about the building of a GT500 and in the photo of the line it showed these hanging taped to the front/top of the open hood when it was going down the line. Where it goes after the hood is closed I don't know.

They go right into a rubber maid trash barrel. :cry:

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They go right into a rubber maid trash barrel. :cry:

 

I just don't understand why they have to throw them away.

 

Not cool at all. :finger:

 

Here's the build sheet that was tucked in the front bumper of my 1996 GT that I just bought.

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Why can't they just fold them up and stick them in the front bumper like the good old days ??? :banghead:

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They go right into a rubber maid trash barrel. :cry:

 

If I worked on the assembly line I would fold them up and put them in my lunch box and take them home. Then I would find out who owns the car that I have the build sheet for and sell it to them for $1.00 plus ADM :hysterical:

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Robert,

Did you say you could get us a copy for our cars?Lol.

Nope. Some cool cat at the plant got the sample for me B)

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Nope. Some cool cat at the plant got the sample for me B)

 

That's one cool person to do that for you! ;)

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I just don't understand why they have to throw them away.

 

Not cool at all. :finger:

 

Here's the build sheet that was tucked in the front bumper of my 1996 GT that I just bought.

th_MustangGTarrival7-14-08047.jpg

 

Why can't they just fold them up and stick them in the front bumper like the good old days ??? :banghead:

I believe that there are a few dozen "build sheets" for the 2005+ models. Maybe someone from AAI can supply the correct number?

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