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« Reply #15 on: February 16, 2016, 02:19:09 PM »

I think it makes for a great statement and basis for a club to use. One can always tweak and try to specifically classify the cars, so I won't go there. It is much more of a mission statement as you desire, and I think it works. It would be a good idea for all regional groups to at least look it over, and see how it applies to them.

SAAC is suffering through a period of decreased membership compared to the glory years of long past. One of the goals of HQ is to gain membership, so a statement like this shows that there is an open appreciation of all Ford vehicles, a desire to work with many in the automotive community, and show a definite desire to embrace more. The days of keeping such a narrow focus to just SA vehicles from 1962 to 1970 is long past, and I personally like the expanded focus. My regional group operates in this fashion, and it has brought in some great members who own vehicles that do not have a Shelby VIN.

Keep up the great work Jose! I look forwards to finally meeting you at SAAC 41!



Thank you amigo!!  I need to thank the rest of the Windy City team for thier collaboration on this.

Progress being made.   Chug a Lug



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« Reply #16 on: February 16, 2016, 04:16:04 PM »

  It all looks good to me.  And I live in the Suburbs of the Windy City. (got nothing to do with wind, it has everything to do with corruption)
    And so, I'm at the beginning of building a car influenced by something Carroll Shelby built.  Some are not going to like it, some are.  Doesn't matter as long as I like it.  Besides, I also own a real 67 GT 350  Has it since 1971.  Thats enthusiasum right there.

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« Reply #17 on: February 16, 2016, 06:59:44 PM »

  It all looks good to me.  And I live in the Suburbs of the Windy City. (got nothing to do with wind, it has everything to do with corruption)
    And so, I'm at the beginning of building a car influenced by something Carroll Shelby built.  Some are not going to like it, some are.  Doesn't matter as long as I like it.  Besides, I also own a real 67 GT 350  Has it since 1971.  Thats enthusiasum right there.

Thank you Rod.  Look forward to seeing you at a future meeting/event.  Perhaps bring that 67 or special project!!   Cool one

 Chug a Lug



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