The owner claimed this was a rare K code '64 Mercury Comet, with a "Super Cyclone" HiPo 289. He said Shelby got in an argument with Lee Iacocca because Shelby wanted the 289 HiPo for his '65s, so he said they stamped out the VINs for these cars prior to putting in the 289s, he said there were 7,000 something of these cars made, and they were only made from January to June. I can't confirm or deny his story, But Bill (ND) can. People these days are so full of Bulls#it at car shows. I had a guy tell me he owned a '47 F-100. Not only did the F-1 not come out until '48, but it wasn't designated F-100 until '53... AND, a '47, '48, and a '53 are all THREE different body styles...
Bill (ND) This one's for you, since I know you love Howdy Doody.
It gives me hope I saw 50s, 20s, and 10s in there!
Poor rare '49 Studebaker Pickup...
Check out this '41 "Kenworth/United Fire Truck"
'00 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4, 5.4 Triton, Loaded (Grandpa's)
'76 F-350 Super Camper Special, 390 FE, Factory 4-Speed, 3.73s, Dana 70
'94 F-150 XLT Super-Cab Shortbed, Dual Tanks, 5.0 302ci V8, Auto, Blue Interior, Tinted Windows, Keyless Entry, Power Everything, Bedliner, Alloy Wheels (2nd Daily Driver)
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