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1965 GT350 Barnfind

Started by mustangman-nl, January 07, 2022, 12:57:07 PM

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69mach351w

Quote from: propayne on January 11, 2022, 09:48:15 AM
Story just gets better and better - I really appreciate you going to the trouble to share it with everyone.

- Phillip
+1, keep telling us, we want to here. Absolutely Amazing :o

gjz30075

Can we assume we'll see it at Indy?
Greg Z
6S2249

mtdubvee

Yes that is certainly the plan.
SFM 5S123

SFM 5S269

1967 GT350 #41 Raven Black 4 Speed

wcampbell

Believe it or not - I know where there's a situation like this x 10! And yes multiple early GT350s are involved...never married, no children....that's all I'm saying!

69mach351w

Quote from: wcampbell on January 11, 2022, 04:24:40 PM
Believe it or not - I know where there's a situation like this x 10! And yes multiple early GT350s are involved...never married, no children....that's all I'm saying!
You know, Mom always said to Share and Share Alike ;D

Don Johnston


[/quote]You know, Mom always said to Share and Share Alike ;D
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That's nice but I do not know who Alike is and if she is available. ::)

wcampbell

LOL...I'm sure when that situation comes to light there will be ALOT of discussions about it! Some you hear about...I've heard about many. This one I've seen with my own eyes...it was UNREAL.

69mach351w

@Don J...
That's an old Southern saying ;)

Rodster-500

Great story.

Thank goodness it was found and purchased by a knowledgeable enthusiast.

Rickmustang

1965 G.T. 350
1967 Fairlane GT - 482 4-speed
1970 Mach 1 - 428CJ 4-speed/AC
1971 Mach 1 - 429CJ auto/AC
2005 Ford GT

Chad

Wayne it is not nice to tease your friends!!!!

gutshot

Mr. mtdubvee or other RKIs

A question if I may. Can you enlighten me on the dash pod configuration/ type. Looks like the gauge cluster was added to a standard dashboard, to me at least. Is that standard for the 1965 model or was it added in the production cycle?

Such a cool find and relatively close by.

I'm here in Gwinnett County, let us know if the car is ever on display in Georgia!

All the best and thanks for sharing!

mtdubvee

If you are referring to the gauge pod above the radio on the dash it houses the tachometer and oil Pressure gauge. It was added by Shelby and only on the GT350 cars.

Standard mustangs in 65-66 had a rally pac option that mounted to the steering column which houses a clock and tachometer 6k and 8k for HIPO cars.

Thanks
SFM 5S123

SFM 5S269

1967 GT350 #41 Raven Black 4 Speed

gutshot

Quote from: mtdubvee on January 19, 2022, 10:29:41 PM
If you are referring to the gauge pod above the radio on the dash it houses the tachometer and oil Pressure gauge. It was added by Shelby and only on the GT350 cars.

Standard mustangs in 65-66 had a rally pac option that mounted to the steering column which houses a clock and tachometer 6k and 8k for HIPO cars.

Thanks

Yes that was it.  Now it's clear that all of GT350 cars have the gauge pod for 1965 and I'll assume 1965 only.

Thanks again for the insight.

S7MS427

Yes, the '65s only used this pod.  The '66s used a stand alone 9000 RPM tach.  '67 and later all had in dash tachs.
Roy Simkins
http://www.s-techent.com/Shelby.htm
1966 G.T.350H SFM6S817
1967 G.T.500 67400F7A03040