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I thought I would share some Pictures from Two Shelbys Shows One at Hershey,Pa. and the other at Downingtown,Pa. I'm not sure of the year maybe someone can help. I think it is between 1976 and 1979.
 

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Wow! Those are awesome. Where did you find them? I’m glad we wear longer shorts these days.
 
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I like the pictures. Thank you for sharing.
The cars stay the same. The clothing and hair changes.
Not sure how I feel about this.

I know. I'm going to grow big ass sideburns, wear short shorts and vintage beer tee shirts from now on!
Hmmm... I think I do have some blue jean shorts in a drawer. They might still fit.
 

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Here's my Dad next to my Mustang in the early 90s. Check out those aviator sunglasses and the 'stache. DAMN I look like him....
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Very cool. Thanks for sharing. I'm digging' pic 10, with the cobra in motion, and the blurred Shelby tailpanels in the background.
 

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Awesome pics. Thanks for sharing.
Definitely 70's.
Those big azz collars on the shirts and...
so many porn staches. lol
 

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I thought I would share some Pictures from Two Shelbys Shows One at Hershey,Pa. and the other at Downingtown,Pa. I'm not sure of the year maybe someone can help. I think it is between 1976 and 1979.
Hershey 77 , Downington 79
 

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Thanks for sharing, I was lucky enough to be at both. Hershey was my first Shelby show. The show at Downingtown, PA. was lightly attended because the country was in the middle of a national gas crisis. It was not uncommon to wait 45 minutes in line to get gas, so making a 500 mile or so trip to a Shelby convention was put on the back burner for many.
For those that did make it, we found some car guys running gas stations that would open up after hours just for us, with the station lights out, to let us fill up our ponies.
 

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Wow, reminds me of showing up to the SAAC track day events. I was surprised they let a rat like mine in, they're fun to look at but a lot more fun to run with although dogging an original GT350 into turn 1 at Sears Point with two 427 Cobras breathing down my rear bumper is quite a responsibility! One false move can take out some BIG BUCKS:eek:
 
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