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 on: Today at 07:10:53 AM 
Started by GT350Shelb - Last post by richstang
Ford Media photos - (For the brochure?)

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 on: Today at 06:26:53 AM 
Started by Wedgeman - Last post by Wedgeman
TONIGHT!!!...Free Ice Cream(scoops)........... Cool one

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 on: Today at 05:38:07 AM 
Started by Coralsnake - Last post by DaveZ
was not aware
good info

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 on: Today at 05:29:36 AM 
Started by 69mach351w - Last post by 69mach351w
Thought I'd throw this out there. I've got a Shelby,NC City license plate 1979. I've had it for some time and thought I'd pass it along to someone here if interested.
Asking $50 + ride
Thanks for looking.
Rich

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 on: Today at 05:18:40 AM 
Started by 69mach351w - Last post by 69mach351w
Just curious in the differences between an original Carroll Shelby Motors license plate frame and a reproduction. I've seen several on auction sites and some don't mention whether they're original or repops. I'm sure they are visible differences but what are other nuances of the frames differences?
Rich

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 on: Today at 05:03:06 AM 
Started by Coralsnake - Last post by mgreene
none of it makes any sense
I have to go through extra effort to filter out all the garbage watches and accessories and if I change the year I'm searching for it adds them all back in. If I put quotes around "shelby" it helps. a lot of times it includes what is says "fits shelby" such as station wagon tailgates and steering wheels from the 50's and odd quarter panels. How those fit I don't know .Like to email them but I don't think they care.
If I get it filtered down and I search highest price, it puts some of the cars last depending on how they are named as in "1968 Mustang gt500"  instead of 1968 Shelby, they will show up after the lowest price $1 item. I then have to filter out original parts to get just cars.

You can also add items to exclude form your searches - for example if you preceded a word with a dash, then it will not show up in your searches,

so a search "shelby -watch -guitar" will not show listings with the words "watch" or "guitar" in them.

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 on: Today at 04:58:15 AM 
Started by azdriver - Last post by capecodmustang.com
Last summer a gentleman at a body shop in Connecticut told me his shop was cloning Shelby's.
He would take a 68 fastback and stamp in the Ford number and rivet on a reproduction tag and no one knew they weren't real cars.
He had a registry and would target vehicles with no history.
I was shocked that he would volunteer this information.

The shop was in Newtown Connecticut.

Yes....that Newton


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 on: Today at 03:44:50 AM 
Started by GT350Lad - Last post by GT350Lad
And is there a definitive pattern amongst the use of 'L' for locker in the 65 tags the and 'DSO' stamping being seen in 66 tags?

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 on: Yesterday at 10:57:45 PM 
Started by dockbay - Last post by camp upshur

? there is a very good chance that 276 and 532 would have come with the same date coded differential castings as they were delivered only five days apart from Ford.
(my car is a 5R09K217 as well)

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 on: Yesterday at 10:16:13 PM 
Started by dockbay - Last post by dockbay
Randy, here are some pics of the case from my car. I'm guessing from the date code that given the pinion retainer age that this could be a 1957 case? Frankly whether its 57 or 67 its too far from correct for me to be spending any money on. I'm going to start a search for a case that would be age appropriate for my car. The registry says my car was finished on 5/21/65. Can you tell me what an appropriate date range would be for a case I should pursue? Or alternatively, Robert Beck believes that he has the original  case from my car so If I can find a date correct case for his car #532. (Both our cars are 5R09K217XXX series cars.) He might be willing to swap with me which would be awesome. 

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