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A local mustang club here in Denver held a small mustang show this past weekend. We decided to stop buy with the Shelby, and called up a couple of other Shelby owners in the area to join us. Our Shelby was the first to arrive, and it instantly gathered a large crowd. (Our Shelby is the one on the right in the first pic) By the time the other two guys showed up, we pretty much stole the show. It was a great time, but T-storms started moving in and we had to break up early. Our poor baby got caught in a downpour on the way home. I'm just glad we didn't get any hail.
 

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A local mustang club here in Denver held a small mustang show this past weekend. We decided to stop buy with the Shelby, and called up a couple of other Shelby owners in the area to join us. Our Shelby was the first to arrive, and it instantly gathered a large crowd. (Our Shelby is the one on the right in the first pic) By the time the other two guys showed up, we pretty much stole the show. It was a great time, but T-storms started moving in and we had to break up early. Our poor baby got caught in a downpour on the way home. I'm just glad we didn't get any hail.

Nice pictures.The storms move in pretty fast in the mountains,don't they.:D
 

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Nice pictures.The storms move in pretty fast in the mountains,don't they.:D
My favorite was the '64. Very clean, and completly stock down to every detail.

Yeah, the storms can be pretty nasty around here. A bad one moved in last night, and we lost power for about 6 hours. I need to get out of this wacky state. The blizzards and thunder storms drive me nuts! They really cut into the cruising time. :mad:
 

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My favorite was the '64. Very clean, and completly stock down to every detail.

Yeah, the storms can be pretty nasty around here. A bad one moved in last night, and we lost power for about 6 hours. I need to get out of this wacky state. The blizzards and thunder storms drive me nuts! They really cut into the cruising time. :mad:


That is a nice Stang but must be a 65.
 

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That is a nice Stang but must be a 65.
That's what I thought as well, but he had a plaque inside that listed it as a '64. Maybe a '64 1/2 ? :confused:
 

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That's what I thought as well, but he had a plaque inside that listed it as a '64. Maybe a '64 1/2 ? :confused:



This has been argued for years but it was a 641/2 which was a 65 model year.There has never been a 64 model year.The title says 65.Mustang trivia.Anyways,there is a package on the way to Parker,Co.Should be there by Friday.
 

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Weren't the originals all '64.5? I think it was the first midyear introduction of a new model in Ford's history. When I was a kid my dad bought a six cylinder '64.5 4 speed for my mom. The whole family loved that car.

http://www.vintage-mustang.com/trivia.html


Car enthusiasts coined the phrase 641/2.None were titled as 1964 Mustangs.



http://www.mustangmonthly.com/thehistoryof/mustang_1964/

http://home.pon.net/hunnicutt/history_64_68.htm

http://www.musclecarclub.com/musclecars/ford-mustang/ford-mustang-history-1.shtml
 

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