Discussion in 'Maverick/Comet Memorabilia' started by Mustang1989, Jan 22, 2021.
Is that the actual car and has been restored to its racing heritage or is it a clone?
Looks to me that it may be a clone according to what Jeff posted.
I figured it was but was hoping for an amazing story of how it was retired and turned into a custom street machine that was returned to its former glory!
If that's what it is then I'd be more than happy to hear that. I'll quote 'em and see what he has to say.
Now you've got mine and Ricks gears turnin' in our heads. Is this the retired car or a clone Jeff? Inquiring minds wanna know. (Refer to the post before this one)
Yes, we must know...
I'm gonna go out on a limb and say...Clone...
Its a clone. Here's the credit
Thanks for the update Jeff. I figured it may be but it's not a biggie. 'Preciate you taggin' along and for the information as I'll be able to find a few more pictures now.
Pete: Always good to have you along as well bro.
Here's a link I posted a couple yeas ago about the Georgia Shaker Hubert Platt's "GEORGIA SHAKER" Maverick Clone | Maverick/Comet Forums
Photos like this are priceless in scale replication Jeff. Thanks a million!!! Two questions....1.) You wouldn't happen to know what color/ shade of blue that is would you? and 2.) Is there any way to get in touch with the fellas that cloned this in order to obtain any interior photo shots or do you have any? You sir.....are da MAN!!!
Sorry...I don't know the color or how to get in touch with the owner or interior pics.
It's all good Jeff. You've been more than good help with this man.
Acapulco blue...The east coast drag team cars were Acapulco blue Joe
Oh that's RIGHT!!! I totally forgot that you were doing a Hurbert Platt car Pete!! Thanks pal.
Your welcome! ...LOL...I'm Doing the whole drag team Joe.
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