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I am now a proud owner of a '66 fastback, a Shelby series 1 and a convertible '05. What ya think??

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Got the Series 1 last year, the '05 at the french store Targee on sale for 14.95 and it is faster then the Shelby. I know because I took them to a place with large bay openings, removed all the trucks and made one heck of a road course.
 

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Wow, that '05 almost looks like it's built onto a truck.

Nice collection, but I have my doubts as to whether either of them actually run...
 

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Let's get the big one running first, will ya??? :shocked2: :shocked2:
 

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This is my recently acquired 1964.5 Mustang Coupe. I bought it on April 4th, 2003. I bought it because I felt I needed another classic stang to drive while I worked on my '66 Coupe.
Must be one busy person working to pay for those 4 Mustangs, going to college, and restoring one all at the same time. :jawdrop:

What....or should I say "who" is your secret?
 

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It's not much of a secret. I worked my ass off. Now that I've graduated, it's not as bad.

I'm actually probably going to be selling two cars soon - the 1964.5 Coupe and the '94 Convertible. I'm looking at buying a condo in the future and won't have room for everything. :(
 

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I'll second that statement, Britton. You DO work your a$$ off, and you have really earned everything you have! Anyone who can deal with Raymond, and his messy handwriting, deserves a gold medal, if you were to ask me :lol:
 
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