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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

More Pictures from SAAC-36 (Part 3)

The Shelby American Automobile Club just held its 36th annual convention at Virginia International Raceway.  We posted some pictures from the event the other day, and here are some more.


This 1965 Shelby GT350 Race Model (R Model) was restored along with the truck that pulled the trailer.
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I could not resist including this picture of the 1963 Falcon with the 427 SOHC engine...pretty wild!!!
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I could not resist including this picture of the 1963 Falcon with the 427 SOHC engine...pretty wild!!!
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This old Holman Moody stock car originally sponsored by Young Ford in Charlotte, NC was pretty cool.
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There was a nice display of original Cobras at SAAC-36.
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The SAAC-36 Saturday Evening program featured a buffet meal and several guest speakers.
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One of the guest speakers at the SAAC-36 Saturday Evening program was Mustang Monthly editor, Donald Farr.
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Here is our buddy, Dave swapping out his wheels and tires for his cool magnesium American Wheels and Goodyear Blue Streak Racing Tires.
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Jim Walsh's nice '66 GT350 being unloaded from the trailer.
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Another '66 Shelby in the transporter.  This one had UK tags.
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Look at this beautiful, hand made quilt of a '65 Shelby GT350.  The detail is amazing!
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Look at this beautiful, hand made quilt of a '65 Shelby GT350.  The detail is amazing!
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There was a special line up of  1966 Shelby GT350's for a photo opportunity to celebrate the car's 45th Anniversary.
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There was a special line up of  1966 Shelby GT350's for a photo opportunity to celebrate the car's 45th Anniversary.
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There was a special line up of  1966 Shelby GT350's for a photo opportunity to celebrate the car's 45th Anniversary.
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There was a special line up of  1966 Shelby GT350's for a photo opportunity to celebrate the car's 45th Anniversary.
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Shelby American's original GT350 Project Manager, Chuck Cantwell with his beautiful '66 Shelby.



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