My Dad had a 65 Shelby, but had to sell because I was born and we can't have a kid without a back seat, can we? Interesting to hear stories from him about this now like when he told me about cracking the block in a drag race and the dealer wanted to put in a Ford stock 289. He said "no", and with my sister and I being born he bought a regular mustang. His Shelby was a demo and had Webers on it and he had bought dual quads/intake from the parts dept but never used them. He kept the never used intake set-up, the valve covers, and oil pan too. Still have the parts in original boxes. Talk about prices through the roof-I think he says the Shelby was priced around $4200 (a lot then!)-We've been offered $7000 for the intake set-up, but Dad won't sell ever. They just sit in boxes out in the garage. I keep telling him he should have kept the Webers!