Watch out. Due to that cool looking center exhaust outlet the 69/70 Shelbys had, some cars caught fire during certian driving situations. The fuel filler tube has to be vented and a non-vented gas cap was used. Make sure you aren't driving with this disconnected.
67 GT 350 (#0036)("Miss July" 2004) owned since 1971. And I still drive it...SAAC 29 Concours GOLD, Div II, MCA Concours Trailered Gold 2X,
Also: 67 GTA S code COUPE (under construction)
General Shelby and Mustang enthusiast, MCA certified Concours judge
hmmm... weren't all the 70 Shelby's really 69's because the key's were still on the dash?
yes, the 70's were 69 leftovers, but they painted the strips on the hoods of the 70's where the air vents or scoops were, I believe they also put front spoilers on them too? Govt was involved during the re-vinning of the car's numbers
To view pictures of my 1968 unrestored original (survivor) coupe, 11,845 miles (from Menlo Park CA): go to --http://www.allfordmustangs.com/photopost/showgallery.php/cat/500/ppuser/105333[/url] -- click on a picture to enlarge it, then click on the enlarged picture to super-size it.
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