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My 1969 GT350 coupe arrived

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She’s GORGEOUS!!!! 

is the REALLY long clutch travel normal?

who sells a good modern AC?

how do you wear the seat belt that’s mounted on the roof ? LOL

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Your 69 GT350 Shelby fastback (not a coupe) is a beauty!  The clutch travel will feel long if you are not used to older Shelbys and Mustangs but it can be adjusted.  What number is the car and have your checked in with the Shelby American Auto Club (SAAC)?  As far as they early Shelbys, they are the primary point of information.

 

Enjoy the ride.:cool:

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Thanks, will check the #. I made sure it was documented before I bought it. Is there a way to lower it a little? she rides a bit high.

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Looks right to me. The racing harnesses are a bit of a pain, but the color combo on the car is very nice. Enjoy!

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On 10/15/2018 at 7:31 PM, 66GT350PS said:

Your 69 GT350 Shelby fastback (not a coupe) is a beauty!  The clutch travel will feel long if you are not used to older Shelbys and Mustangs but it can be adjusted.  What number is the car and have your checked in with the Shelby American Auto Club (SAAC)?  As far as they early Shelbys, they are the primary point of information.

 

Enjoy the ride.:cool:

The Fastback was called a sportsroof .

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True, the revised body line for the fastback became to be called by Ford design a "sportsroof".  Marketing pronmotion.

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