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check this out... one of a kind shelby

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everyone check out: www.beaterz.com/reviews/1000/p52.htm

they have a one of a kind shelby that im sure you guys are gonna be drooling over
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Nice paint, super graphics, sweet wheels.

Secret ballot says...TWO THUMBS DOWN!

That is sickening. To heck with a lawsuit...How about drawing and quartering using real Shelbys on the corners.

And to think, I was going to paint my Psuedo-Shelby Blue with white Le Mans stripes. AGHHHHHHHH!!!
 

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Looks like it's rice out night on VMF.



JJ
69 Fastback 302 2v 3sp. trans.
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/View?u=1605599&a=12251632&p=44630868.jpg
 
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that is just wrong... there is no other way to describe it. just wrong

~Chris
San Antonio, Tx
66 coupe 289
70 fastback done by may/graduation...hopefully
 

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I had a T-shirt that said; Sure, they made Shelbys after 1970, but who gives a s**t?

Had the shirt long before the Series 1 came out, really a cool looking car (For a G.M.) Would love to have one.
http://www.shelbyamerican.com/series1/

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