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1965 Fastback 5F09C642585

Started by jdeboss302, May 21, 2024, 03:53:55 PM

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jdeboss302

Selling a really nicely restored 65 C Code, built as a 66GT350H. This car is the cleanest I have ever seen.
Please see attached spec sheet on everything that was done to this car. All decals can be easily removed. $75kOBO

864-940-6505

jdeboss302


jdeboss302

Very fast/Very fun car to drive. Extremely tight.
No disappointments.


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Nice ride!

Best of luck with your sale
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Kent

What kind of tranny do you have behind the engine?
SAAC Member from Germany and Owner of a unrestored 1967 Shelby GT500, 1968 1/2 Cobra Jet´s and some nice Mustang Fastback´s 67/68

jdeboss302


Kent

small input shaft or big in-out?
SAAC Member from Germany and Owner of a unrestored 1967 Shelby GT500, 1968 1/2 Cobra Jet´s and some nice Mustang Fastback´s 67/68

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

Kent

I had to build some small blocks with the big in-out so that's why I asked. For a small input shaft the engine is very strong and the risk for a shaft failure is high. I just asked as I like the car.
SAAC Member from Germany and Owner of a unrestored 1967 Shelby GT500, 1968 1/2 Cobra Jet´s and some nice Mustang Fastback´s 67/68

Bob Gaines

Quote from: Kent on May 24, 2024, 12:48:21 AMI had to build some small blocks with the big in-out so that's why I asked. For a small input shaft the engine is very strong and the risk for a shaft failure is high. I just asked as I like the car.
I don't think that the 67-70 TA high horsepower 289/302 equipped cars used the big in big out trans.Consequently I don't think breakage was a big issue. 
Bob Gaines,Shelby Enthusiast, Shelby Collector , Shelby Concours judge SAAC,MCA,Mid America Shelby

jdeboss302


Kent

With the right tire, grip and driver the breaking of the small in-out will be really easy starting at 425-450 hp ask me how I know ;-) ok I have some small blocks with more than 700 hp where even the big in-out will not last anymore.

Quote from: Bob Gaines on May 25, 2024, 08:39:14 PM
Quote from: Kent on May 24, 2024, 12:48:21 AMI had to build some small blocks with the big in-out so that's why I asked. For a small input shaft the engine is very strong and the risk for a shaft failure is high. I just asked as I like the car.
I don't think that the 67-70 TA high horsepower 289/302 equipped cars used the big in big out trans.Consequently I don't think breakage was a big issue. 
SAAC Member from Germany and Owner of a unrestored 1967 Shelby GT500, 1968 1/2 Cobra Jet´s and some nice Mustang Fastback´s 67/68

Bob Gaines

Quote from: Kent on May 28, 2024, 03:02:37 AMWith the right tire, grip and driver the breaking of the small in-out will be really easy starting at 425-450 hp ask me how I know ;-) ok I have some small blocks with more than 700 hp where even the big in-out will not last anymore.

Quote from: Bob Gaines on May 25, 2024, 08:39:14 PM
Quote from: Kent on May 24, 2024, 12:48:21 AMI had to build some small blocks with the big in-out so that's why I asked. For a small input shaft the engine is very strong and the risk for a shaft failure is high. I just asked as I like the car.
I don't think that the 67-70 TA high horsepower 289/302 equipped cars used the big in big out trans.Consequently I don't think breakage was a big issue. 
Kent my statement "I don't think breakage was a big issue" isn't a absolute and doesn't mean it couldn't happen. There can always be a anomaly. Sorry to read that you had to be that guy. My point is that within the racing program for the TA cars at least it apparently was not a issue . Consequently it should be even less of a issue for a non competition car.
Bob Gaines,Shelby Enthusiast, Shelby Collector , Shelby Concours judge SAAC,MCA,Mid America Shelby

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