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« Reply #15 on: July 09, 2017, 09:12:25 PM »

#1414

It was for sale and I probably should have been more serious about buying it.  Frustration

I believe it resides in Australia now.   Neat car.

If 1414, then:

http://saacforum.com/index.php?topic=27423.0




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« Reply #16 on: July 09, 2017, 10:16:43 PM »

#1414
It was for sale and I probably should have been more serious about buying it.  Frustration
I believe it resides in Australia now.   Neat car.

I did get some detail photos of it at SAAC 37, have to look at my files to see if I got some overall shots...

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« Reply #17 on: July 10, 2017, 07:42:32 AM »

#1414

It was for sale and I probably should have been more serious about buying it.  Frustration

I believe it resides in Australia now.   Neat car.

Thank You so much for helping to ID the last unidentified '67 at Watkins Glen SAAC 37!
With this car we close the list at 35 cars beating Indy SAAC 42 by one car.

At first I thought you were mistaken, because of the hubcaps versus Magstars wheels. On closer inspection, a few details proved you to be correct.
Notice how the lanyards are routed through the sides of the hood, not over the front. That is a very unique path.
After reading the Aussies across the US, then across Europe, I noticed the rear PA plate was a dealer plate in both, but just one number of in digits.
#1414 may have the best travel history of all '67's.
 Chug a Lug


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« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2017, 09:01:32 AM »



That's the one.  Wink


Thank You so much for helping to ID the last unidentified '67 at Watkins Glen SAAC 37!
With this car we close the list at 35 cars beating Indy SAAC 42 by one car.

At first I thought you were mistaken, because of the hubcaps versus Magstars wheels. On closer inspection, a few details proved you to be correct.
Notice how the lanyards are routed through the sides of the hood, not over the front. That is a very unique path.
After reading the Aussies across the US, then across Europe, I noticed the rear PA plate was a dealer plate in both, but just one number of in digits.
#1414 may have the best travel history of all '67's.
 Chug a Lug


You are welcomed. Pretty sure I had it right since I have a picture of the VIN tag.  Grin 

Good job at identifying all the 67's!  Chug a Lug

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« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2017, 09:42:23 AM »

That's the one.  Wink


You are welcomed. Pretty sure I had it right since I have a picture of the VIN tag.  Grin 

Good job at identifying all the 67's!  Chug a Lug

I'm glad I didn't disagree with you since you have a VIN tag photo. Thanks again for the help!

Here's the aerial view from Saturday's Popular Vote display with added ID #'s.
-There were two more cars on the end of the GT350 row, a white and a lime gold car.
The white car could be #2090 or #2184. Hard to tell without closer views. The lime gold was likely #1067.
-In the GT500 row, the Lime Gold first on the left, might be #1767 or #1817. Again, it is hard to tell without closer views.



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