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#1
Quote from: 98SVT - was 06GT on July 16, 2024, 11:28:26 PMAsk the seller if he has a letter from Howard Pardee that verifies the VIN (Ford v Shelby). If not ask the seller to give you the Shelby VIN and also the Ford VIN from under the plate (or RF fender) - you can then check those with Howard. If he's not willing or if the Ford VIN does not start 6R09K walk away.


+1 to what was posted above,
Here is contact for Howard;
66registrar@saac.com
#2
AMK lists F-3282 but don't show any on the website.  (They may not offer them anymore??)
NPD has Stamped sheet metal nut kit that looks "correct" see attached...

NOTE very early '67 Shelby's did NOT have a grille emblem.

Barrel clips are for the fender and deck lid emblems.
#3
SAAC-49 / Re: SAAC-49 Event Schedule
July 15, 2024, 08:21:09 AM
THANKS!!!
#4
Quote from: alex74pd184 on July 11, 2024, 08:43:33 AMAs for the year, the part # on the kit, date of the instruction sheets, '67 fender templates in the box, and "C7Z"# cast inside the chrome bezel.

I also have a later NOS C5ZZ antenna kit with 1970 dates on the instructions and the chrome base is similar, but different in height with a "D0H" casting # inside the chrome bezel and the top portion of the antenna base is not beveled like the 60's versions of this antenna. Instead, the top of the base is machined flat for the later Ford Service antenna of the early 70's.

When I get a chance, I'll compare this antenna to the other NOS Mustang antennas in my collection. I'm curious to see, if there are any other differences worth noting.



Do you have an actual "67" antenna that demonstrates the feature you described?  If so, try to upload a picture.

hope these can help...
#5
Uppers or lowers?

Suggest search SCOOPS in the 67 Shelby GT350/GT500 section.

Here is two results;
https://www.saac.com/forum/index.php?topic=2351.0

https://www.saac.com/forum/index.php?topic=10068.msg84395#msg84395
#6
SAAC-49 / Re: Announcing SAAC-49
July 10, 2024, 10:49:23 AM
Quote from: Blackcar on July 02, 2024, 12:19:48 PMThere are many quips about the event here is there any where I could find an order of what happens  each day and at what time we are expected at what place for each day ?
Is there a more detailed daily schedule yet?

Times for activities such as;
Judges meeting - day and time
Judging - day and start time
Car show
Track sessions
Tech etc.
#7
Quote from: 67 GT350 on July 10, 2024, 10:31:13 AMwere they also on the upper and lower scoops?

to my knowledge - No.

They do/did have part numbers molded into them, just inside the front of the opening, will look for images. see attached.
#8
Quote from: Coralsnake on July 01, 2024, 09:57:47 AMI think he is referring to a 1968. 😉

+1
#9
Quote from: DGSOH on June 19, 2024, 01:29:08 PM
Quote from: Bob Gaines on June 19, 2024, 10:05:47 AM
Quote from: DGSOH on June 19, 2024, 04:10:31 AMWhat parts store direct replacement screw in fuel filters are folks using in their GT 350s these days? Not looking for historical accuracy here, just something that works and at least kind of looks the part.

Thanks -
Are you using the brass adapter block that goes into the carb like what was original or not . Consequently there are two different filter type alternatives . Both have a aftermarket direct equivalent. ;)
Yes, the large reducer. It's about the same diameter as the filter can.

Here is an image...of their comments for others
#10
SAAC-49 / Re: SAAC-49 Open Track Info
June 19, 2024, 12:58:23 PM
Dan Knows - follow his recommendations and you'll have a better day.
#11
Quote from: 98SVT - was 06GT on June 17, 2024, 01:47:13 PMBuy the one from Canton. Your old one will appear within 1/2 hour of finishing the installation.

Oh -yes!
#12
Quote from: 98SVT - was 06GT on June 17, 2024, 12:57:01 PMMultimatic built the cars in the heart of NASCAR country - M Sport in England built the engines. I wonder how long before the inhouse managers and engineers at Ford fear for their jobs and screw up the program - ala 1965 and 1968.

NOT the first podium for the GT3 - but yes their first at LeMans.

Let's not forget it's not Multimatics first rodeo: Engineered, built and homologated by Multimatic, the Ford GT raced to class victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in its debut season.

But the bottom line that is being celebrated in the halls of Dearborn today is the fact that the Mustang again put the Corvette back on the trailer.....

+1
#13
excellent!!
#14
some more variation images...
#15
Do you mean the Shelby made black sheet metal bracket riveted inside the trunk to the rear tail light panel?

You may want to make a mirror-image of the one you have, as there are left and right and a few variations made over the '67 production run.  Does your car have the "flat" or "Raised" fiberglass tail panel?

See attached.

Or post a photo of the one you have and count ALL the holes on the vertical panel, also measure the top and bottom horizontal sections for the depth measurement.  Are the ends open or closed?