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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-12-2006, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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1965 “K” Code Mustang Fastback: 289 4-V with toploader close ratio 4-speed transmission. 9" rear end with 3:89 gears. Blue with white Shelby stripes. Has many original Shelby parts. Including 66 wood steering wheel, Ray Brown Shelby seat belts, 66 rear quarter windows, early 65 Shelby aluminum intake manifold, buddy bar Cobra aluminum valve covers, original 66 fiberglass hood with steel frame, side scoops with functional brake cooling ducts, over ride rear traction bars, original Koni shocks, 2 ½" big rear brake drums, and Kelsy Hayes front disc brakes, 67 Shelby Magstar wheels. Car runs and drives fine. VIN 5R09K149527 Car was purchased in 1974 as a “real” Shelby. Further research shows it to be a “K” code with lots of original Shelby parts. For more info. Call (916) 987-8321 or e-mail [email protected] $25,000 firm. Will consider selling Shelby parts separate.
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-12-2006, 03:39 PM
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Nice car! I'm not a fan of cloning Shelby's or other special editions, but you own up to it and I applaud you for that. Good luck with the sale!! Seems like a fair price for a K FB.

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yeah but a lot of skating the issue here, is it a true K code, meaning is the engine a K code engine complete? is the vin stamped on it, does it have all the K code specific parts & correctly date coded?

I get a little tired of having to say" do you come here often"
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Stang32,

Yes, yes and yes. It is a true "K" code with hipo heads, big balancer all the stuff.

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Can you please forward additional pics to [email protected]


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Brian from Classic Motorcars is an honest and a stand-up guy. Why, I'd even buy a Pinto from him if he said it was a good car and good buy. Good luck with the sale, Brian.

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man roadhog, you just jump from post to post giving glowing indorcements, have you bought a car yet?

I get a little tired of having to say" do you come here often"
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RedGTvert,

Pictures have been sent.

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post #10 of 14 (permalink) Old 10-13-2006, 05:40 PM
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man roadhog, you just jump from post to post giving glowing indorcements, have you bought a car yet?
thats it... im sending him a pm.

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man roadhog, you just jump from post to post giving glowing indorcements, have you bought a car yet?
What is an "indorcement?" Just wondering....

And I apologize for the hijack. Something others failed to do upon their hijack of this thread.

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man roadhog, you just jump from post to post giving glowing indorcements, have you bought a car yet?
What is an "indorcement?" Just wondering....

And I apologize for the hijack. Something others failed to do upon their hijack of this thread.
please forgive my spelling, when you are up all night due to pain, you tend to get a little careless in the spelling dept.

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I bought my 68 shelby from Brain. It was everything I expected. Very honest person to do business with.

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Jim,

Thanks for the kind words. Bye the way, to everyone else, K code sold to the first person to come out and see it.

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