Tim Suddard
Tim Suddard Publisher
8/26/11 2:52 p.m.
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As parts flew off the Shelby GT 350--remember, speed is of the essence as we have a big date in Montana coming up--we quickly cleaned and cataloged them. Our intern, Matt, manned the parts washer and bead blaster, while Orlando Mustang's Peter Geisler repainted items like the transmission mount and original Shelby exhaust hangers--yes, even our hangers are original.

In addition to the engine, we also pulled the rest of the driveline. The differential and transmission both need to be rebuilt, but to keep the car mobile we fitted a replacement diff.

While tearing apart the rest of the chassis, we found very few problems. The car had a broken exhaust manifold stud, but our friends at Gary’s Driveline quickly fixed it.

After one day at Orlando Mustang, we had a nearly stripped chassis. Look at us, we're making progress.

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