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72 THE SHOP NOVEMBER 2019 1965 SHELBY GT350 MUSTANG Champion Oil will display a special continuation Ford Shelby GT350 Mustang in booth #24629 at the 2019 SEMA Show. The limited-edition car will feature a 331-ci aluminum engine supplied by the Carroll Shelby Engine Co., coupled to a TREMEC 5-speed transmission with an authentic Shelby shifter. The car will be one of only 25 to be built by Shelby American. For each new build, the suspension is period-correct, as are the brakes. The body is fully reconditioned and built to 1965 specs, to be finished with Ford's iconic Wimbledon White paint. Each car gets a special Shelby serial number for inclusion in the official Shelby Registry and a dash bearing Carroll Shelby's autograph. Engine options include: a 331-ci Shelby Performance aluminum engine, 425-hp standard; a 364-ci Shelby High Performance aluminum engine; or an OEM 289-ci HI-PO. Other options include a 715 Holley or Webber carburetor; TREMEC T-5 5-speed transmission, an original Toploader 4-Speed, a T-10 Borg-Warner or a C-4 transmission; four-wheel disc brakes; air conditioning and more. 1966 CHEVROLET C10 PICKUP A diesel-powered 1966 Chevrolet C10 pickup built by Johny G will appear in the United Pacific Industries booth #23175 at the 2019 SEMA Show. It will show off UPI's expanded lineup of vintage C10 parts including front and rear chrome bumpers and bumper bolts; LED headlights; LED sequential taillights, taillight housings and taillight bezels; parking lights and bezels; outside door handle set; inside door handles and window cranks; interior rearview mirror; interior headlight switch rod and knob assembly; and battery disconnect switch. The classic 1966 Chevy, owned by Morgan Youngberg, rides on a custom chassis and is powered by the first known use of a Cummins R2.8 turbo-diesel crate engine in a street truck application. The truck's short bed/big window body style was fabricated by Arizona-based Metalox Fab. Participants include: Mar-K Mfg. (bed wood); TMI (upholstery components); Dakota Digital (gauges); Vibro Solution (sound insulation); Precision Replacement Parts (weather stripping); Porterbuilt Fabrication (boxed steel chassis with C-notched frame rails, front and rear drop members with frame stiffener and air-adjustable ride height); AccuAir Suspension (e-Level controller air management); Chevrolet Performance (transmission); Currie Enterprises (9-inch rear end); Pro Performance (four-wheel disc brakes); US Mags (wheels); and Lexani Tires.

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