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 on: Today at 08:21:31 PM 
Started by cbrown - Last post by aj
FWIW on this old thread...currently working on 81357  Dearborn car.  Actual build date 02/26/69 according to Marti.   Beneath cowl I'm seeing evidence of black spray over the original candy red body color.   

Previous owner did color change to white in mid 70's including beneath cowl.  But as the white is being removed at cowl area, thin layer of black is apparent over the original candy red.

Also black can be seen over candy red just inside of base of windshield (interior side).  Appears as fairly light black overspray in this area...with majority of interior metal dash support remaining original candy red.

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 on: Today at 07:30:15 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by Bigfoot
How about a raised white letter GOODYEAR and blackout the size?

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 on: Today at 07:02:24 PM 
Started by Steve McDonald (formally mcdonas) - Last post by Corey.Bowcutt
I had the pleasure of staring at Steve's black and gold rear end all the way to Philadelphia and back.  This was my first visit to the Simeone museum and what a wonderful museum it is.  Add on top of that getting to meet Chuck Cantwell and Greg Kolasa and you have a fantastic day.  Icing on the cake was getting to drive my car for the first time in 2.5 months.  Thanks Steve for inviting me!

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 on: Today at 06:54:13 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by GT350Lad
It does look good mate! Attention to detail!

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 on: Today at 05:59:26 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by Bob Gaines
As my car came with the big suspension, but with E70-15 Goodyear tires from the factory, I replaced my rock hard, well used BFG 235/60/15's with a modern day, Goodyear Assurance in 215/65/R15 for the street.  They do not fill the wheel well to the brim as the 235/60's did, but I do not have any clearance issues either, as I did when going over bridge transitions at 75/80mph (hey, just going with the flow of traffic).


Bill S
I second Bills suggestion . More fitting to have Goodyear as the base tire for the tire stickers use also IMO

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 on: Today at 05:51:25 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by Bob Gaines
Ok, take two.  From the 'Less is More' school of thought.


Yep. You get a ďAĒ on this school project.

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 on: Today at 05:32:35 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by Bill.
I am looking to mimic the Large Lettered GoodYear Speedways seen on early 1967's, but utilize a radial tire instead.  I've spoken with a few people at some local car shows who have used Tire Stickers, and got good results.

https://www.tirestickers.com/

So I need a suggestion for a radial black walled tire in a E70/15 (205/70-15) that I can affix the proper Goodyear Tire Sticker to.  I know about Avon's, but they are crazy expensive and I'm told they wear out very quickly.  There has got to be another option, no?



As my car came with the big suspension, but with E70-15 Goodyear tires from the factory, I replaced my rock hard, well used BFG 235/60/15's with a modern day, Goodyear Assurance in 215/65/R15 for the street.  They do not fill the wheel well to the brim as the 235/60's did, but I do not have any clearance issues either, as I did when going over bridge transitions at 75/80mph (hey, just going with the flow of traffic).


Bill S

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 on: Today at 05:12:48 PM 
Started by Steve McDonald (formally mcdonas) - Last post by Steve McDonald (formally mcdonas)
In life a little rain must fall and Corey and I experienced it on the way home in our cars from the Simeone Museum, but we got to experience a road trip in my 66 Hertz car and his 68 GT350. What could make the day better. Well how about going to  world class museum and learning something new about Shelby and racing. Not sure how many people attended but they had to put a couple of extra rows of chairs, so Iím guessing between 80 and 100 attended.  Iíve heard some of the stories before but as always l learned something new. You would figure that after 50 years we would have found out everything, but no, we learned a few new things again today. I tried to video tape it so I might place it on YouTube if itís ok
Again a great day driving, some in the sprinkling rain, but a great 200+ mile road trip
Thanks again Corey for driving your car up, it was getting a lot of looks and thumbs up 👍

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 on: Today at 05:04:10 PM 
Started by Steve McDonald (formally mcdonas) - Last post by Steve McDonald (formally mcdonas)
I wonít be able to make it this year Sad, but I did go,to the Simeone Museum today and heard Chuck Cantwellís and Greg Kolaskaís presentation on the Shelby Trans-Am program, some Iíve heard before but a lot was New
There was a Pardee sighting  Camera

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 on: Today at 04:10:21 PM 
Started by MyShelbyDream - Last post by Shelby_0022
Ok, take two.  From the 'Less is More' school of thought.



Nice work, Brian!  Chug a Lug

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