So Bob, what do you really think? LOLThat has all the class, style and flair of mouldy bread. It looks like your outfit is living up to what we have come to expect from 'continuation car' leeches.
First of all, if it's a Shelby and will be in the registry, why isn't there an SFMXXXXXX VIN?
The windshield lettering just screams class.
The gaudy seat appointments are also a particularly telling detail of your lousy taste.
'Wilhelm White and Timothy Blue'? Get over yourselves.
You've created a marginal restomod at best.
Oh, and this will be your last free ad on VMF. You want to advertise your bastardization of a car on here again, you'll have to pay for it.
As a Shelby owner myself, you morons sucking at the tit of Shelby's legacy make me sick. You'd think with the opportunity you've been given (license from Shelby) you wouldn't squander it in creating such a compromised interpretation of the original. Who's your target market, rap stars?
The good news is, all you do is drive up the price of the originals. Certainly part of this is due to the fact that anyone who truly appreciates Shelby's real history wouldn't want to get stuck with a piece of **** like the one you've created.-bob
I always thought positraction was a Chevy thing...Positraction (allowing both rear tires to spin)