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Old 10-15-2011, 11:41 PM   #11
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Kinda like the 05's I raced with in 03. I am guessing its always a possibility that it could in fact be a 63 built prototype. I would guess it would have a weird number and maybe no VIN at all. You know when the boss says to crush it, for a car lover its hard to do and I know some were spared. I missed a 66 Convertable Shelby, and yes it was one of the 6 by about 15 minutes. 20k would have bought it and they had the history. That's the way it goes. Remember, the hunt is half the fun and rare and crazy things are out there, no sweat to check it out. Be sure to post the rest of the story.
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Old 10-16-2011, 12:16 AM   #12
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This is a nifty little two seat concept from the early 60's that is in the Henry Ford Museum in Deerborn. WHat an awesome museum that is.
I could spend DAYS in that place.
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Cool April fools day thread from 3 years ago.
I just had to get that in....
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