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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-06-2017, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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Couple of Beauties!

Had a chance to visit a collector car consignment dealer in Michigan today. Thought I would share a couple of gems they have.


**WARNING ** You may need some towels for drooling.
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post #2 of 11 (permalink) Old 12-06-2017, 10:14 PM
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Nice cars. Has the Shelby been converted to a 428 Volt electric motor?
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Meh...

Just kidding. I so want that GT500 KR convertible!
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Awhtx I am unsure to be honest.
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I looked at a '68 GT500KR convertible in Battle Creek Mi 25 yrs or so ago, maybe longer. Barn find that had been sitting for a long time. Guy wanted 15k for it. Complete untouched car. While thinking about it someone else from Detroit bought it and restored it. It was red with a white top...hhhmmm....

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If that 69 428CJ had hood pins I'd say that it was my old car. The one I wished I had kept.

Nice cars. Thanks for sharing.

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@malarson. I think you may be on to something. This was a Southern Michigan car.
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If that 69 428CJ had hood pins I'd say that it was my old car. The one I wished I had kept.

Nice cars. Thanks for sharing.

Does not look right without them....A friend of mine with a Blue 69 Mach 1 redid the car years ago and never painted the hood black. Strange to see it without the blackout treatment...

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If that 69 428CJ had hood pins I'd say that it was my old car. The one I wished I had kept.

Nice cars. Thanks for sharing.
Like this? (Not sure of the engine.) A buddy of mine was trying to buy this one and the guy said no...

Obviously not a shaker...

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Like this? (Not sure of the engine.) A buddy of mine was trying to buy this one and the guy said no...
"Not for sale...I'm gonna fix it up someday"
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Like this? (Not sure of the engine.) A buddy of mine was trying to buy this one and the guy said no...

Obviously not a shaker...Allen
Man, we can fix that! As soon as we swipe the other guys trailer, we can head north/south and grab that one up! He would not even notice it was gone for awhile with the weeds covering it...lol
Road-trip!
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