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Old 11-14-2019, 08:21 PM
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Default Jim Walsh and his 66 Shelby GT 350 ...51 Years Later

Jim and has enjoyed each facet of his journey from hauling a big block Ford engine, street racing, racing at local tracks to concours show car...




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Beautiful car. . . and one that I have wanted since I first heard of Shelby Mustangs in 1965, but was never able to acquire. Great story.
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… That is one nice Mustang

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