I don't want to brag but I was ALLOWED
to detail three of those Cobras (replica cars)!
Even the replica cars are expensive. I love
my super-semi-part-time job of detailing
Mustangs, Sunbeam Tigers, Cobras, etc.
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Sick news-just returned from my monthly Shelby Club meeting (no I do not own a shelby mustang-too slow for me) Anyway one of our younger (40's) but rich members (real estate) just sold his 427 Cobra--not a replica--the real deal. He still has his 289 Cobra--again, real deal. He was one of only a small handful of people in the US to have both, real deal cars. Anyway he used the proceeds(many six figures here) to buy a GT40. Not a clone or an order on the new one BUT the real deal, a real 1960's Ford GT 40 in race trim. I'll being seeing it out on the track in the next month--oh, he also bought a new enclosed trailer for it--actually the trailer holds 3 cars.
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