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CW4macret

1967 GT350 production question

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A friend asked me to restore his 67 GT350 for him. I have do a number of early Mustangs but this will be my first Shelby. When he brought the car in the shop I found it is a automatic with A/C car. First one I have seen. Is there someone I can send the VIN and SA numbers to who can tell us how many where built with Automatic and A/C?

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This forum is more aligned to the modern Shelbys from 2007 on.  You will probably find answers to all the questions you could ask (and more than you didn't) at www.saac.com

 

Edited by twobjshelbys

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Excellent advice.  You should also get a copy of the last edition 1967 registry  book ( a new one will be coming out in a yearr or so, once updated dated is collected)

http://www.saac.com/registries.html

and contact the SAAC '67 Shelby Registrar

Dave Mathews: dmathews@prodigy.net

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I would recommend emailing Dave Mathews directly over posting on the SAAC forums. The SAAC forums can be hostile to newcomers and you would also be exposing yourself and the cars owner to opportunists who claim they could restore the car better than you or want to buy the car from your friend.

Just some friendly advice.

Steven

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2 hours ago, CW4macret said:

Thanks everyone.

The SAAC registry says 160 cars, if you pm me your vin  I can forward what they have on this car in the registry

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