Elless sont toutes les deux vraiment superbes, tu es quelqu'un de vraiment chanceux.
La derniere photo d'époque c'est de ta Shelby? Tu peux nous parler de son historique?
VOICI UN ARTICLE QUE J'AI ECRIT POUR MON AMI WOLFGANG POUR LE MUSTANG CLUB OF GERMANY : (désolé c'est en anglais mais je n'ai pas le temps de tout traduire à moins d'aller là http://forum.mustangpassion.fr/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=611567 shelby gt350
I've been trying a couple of times to play in the stock market in my life, but i'm not good at it. In november 2008 i decided to buy usd as i was betting on 1usd = 1 € BIG MISTAKE !!!!!
So i got stuck with those usd and the only way to give a value of that money was to spend them (that guy is crazy !).
The only thing i'm kind of expert is the mustang world. But witch one to match with a good investment ? YES ! Shelbys......
But i was a real newbie also, i went back again in reseachs, by the time found Jeff Francis personnal collection for sale on internet and there was a SILVER BEAUTY there...... Like for the Boss, no patience.
After 2 months dealing (not easy, there was a "i sale i, don't sale" story) we closed the deal.
This looks very classical, BUT a 67 silver shelby
The seller was sure about the color as a special order (he has a collision center), and color code of the car in all the books is Ford 1901-A (silver frost). Heaven on marti report but with "charcoal gray" color.....
What a mess !!!! But that car was a very rare one, 1 of 5.....
Went after on the saac forum and start to ask if silver was a special order and one of the longest thread of the forum started.
The previous owner told me i made a lot of reseach to put the car back in his original status, i was advertising this shelby as a givaway radio station in 1967 by Whoo radio in Orlando florida...
WRONG !!!!! But not totaly.
Found the central florida radio website made by Bob Padilla who finally got in touch with Bill Love from WHOO 99 radio, in 1967 (he upgrade the website then after that, see link).
To make it short : He told us that they used the shelby to make advertising and couple drag races, it was a lising car and they give it back to Ford after one year, and the color was a metal gun one.
He sent us an original picture, no doubt it was a charcoal gray car, one of the 29 made in 1967.......
After some mail with Kevin marti, we finally found where this mistake was , see kevin marti answer, after 20 mails.....
" Mr. ,
I believe I'm beginning to see where some confusion is coming from. The 1997 Shelby Registry contains the information that the paint code for the 1967 Shelbys painted Charcoal Gray as Ford paint code 1901 on page 1280. They correctly give it as Ford paint code C, which is a Thunderbird color, but when they supplied the Ford reference number of 1901, they made a mistake. It should be listed as 1900. As these were Shelby records that the 1967 Shelby reports were drawn from, this error has been perpetuated throughout subsequent writings by anyone out in the Shelby world. I would suggest contacting the Shelby Club about the error on any future matter about this issue."
Finally months of reseach and lot of fun for me, i've done a lot better than all these american experts...... Now they are going to change all the charts, registries, books...... etc, i'm proud of it.
So my car is rare, painted with a real (on the paper) but wrong color.
I like it in silver, it is very easy to drive with the auto trans, ac, all luxury and perfect.
This is a 1 of 1 car by mistake, I love this kind of mistake.
Voici les lienshttp://bigbilllove.com/WHOO_Orlando_Florida.htmlhttp://mustangattitude.com/mustang/silver_mustang.shtml