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    hey guys i have always wanted to buy one of these but don't know that much about them
    does this look like a good one ?

    1968 FORD MUSTANG 289 4.7 V8 SHELBY TRIBUTE LOOK
    the tribute look, concerns me has it been messed with ?

    any advice would be great

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    An origional GT350 (ie Shelby) is highly collectable and worth quite a bit, though not as much as a GT350H which was the Hertz rent-a-racer.

    Replicas of Shelby's are acceptable. I have a Classic Cars magazine at home which tests a replica if you'd like me to copy some info?

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    id appreciate that ! its just this one seems reasonably cheap and if i hate owning it etc then i should be able to sell it on, just need to go and see whats its like

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    Matt. Here's the article. It's an "H" replica as you can see. They were all back / gold.

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    A subsiduary of my company are the only company in the world liscenced to build these.
    take a look here.

    http://www.classic-recreations.com/

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    A close friend of mine has a '68 351 Cleveland Mustang Convertible - it is a really quick car and surprisingly it handles really well - it is not standard however.

    I am sure he could point you towards some experts - let me know and I will PM you his details.
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