WOOOOOOOHOOOOOOOO Shelby Maverick

Discussion in 'Foreign Mavericks' started by 75cometgt, Aug 21, 2003.

  1. Craig Selvey

    Craig Selvey Indiana State Rep - MCCI Supporting Member

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    Some people might feel the same about a Chevy motor in a Ford. :D
     
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    A "clone" would be nearly identical in appearance to the original. A "tribute" in my opinion is simply a tribute to "Shelby", and not a copy of any specific car. That car above almost looks "Eleanor"-inspired from the remake of Gone In 60 Seconds, which is fine, but I didn't think it really belonged in a Shelby Maverick thread since it has no resemblance to one.
     
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    This thread went almost an entire year without a comment. I put it on my calendar to post on this thread on the 22 (one year anniversary of a comment), but it got revived before then, proving it is still alive and didnt need artificial respiration. The Mexican Shelby looms bigger than life even if none exist. That is certainly worth a tribute. :bouncy:
     
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    The hood mounted tach was a Pontiac thing and it looks out of place on any thing but a Firebird of a GTO!
     

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