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My Birthday's coming up!

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Came off a car with these really cool valve covers. I wonder if anyone has a picture of them. Maybe I'll post the question.


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Are the valve covers for sale also? I'm looking for a set.


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That is the car that I dream about owning one day(only restored, of course). Same color scheme and all. Wanna trade for a 64 1/2 coupe? I'll even throw in an extra fender. *G*

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Bought it a few years ago from a friend of mine.

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Is it a real Shelby?? Dickson

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Yes, very real...SFM6S015 A leftover 65

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