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Old 06-29-2008, 09:42 AM   #16
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That is pretty cool. But I'd be afraid someone would bump something and drop something onto the fullsize cars and scratch them up.
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Old 07-08-2008, 08:25 PM   #17
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I can only imagine all the hours you spend trying to keep everything clean and free of dust. My first reaction was, "Whoa! It's not a garage, it's a museum." You have a very impressive display sir. Keep up the good work.
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Old 07-22-2008, 07:47 PM   #18
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One word.....WOW!

Something I didn't notice in your collection but I bet you have is a '79 Pace Car Liquor Bottle/Wine Bottle.

You got it?

Just an awesome collection.

My Mustang obsession started with an '84 Anniversary car as well. Man I loved that car. Everyone thought it had a 351 in it.

Even to this day, I can't beleive how many Mustang Guys don't know what the 20th Annie car is.

Thanks for posting.
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Old 07-23-2008, 09:01 AM   #19
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That may quite possibly be the coolest garage on the face of the planet! I love it!!!
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Old 07-23-2008, 11:06 AM   #20
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One word.....WOW!

Something I didn't notice in your collection but I bet you have is a '79 Pace Car Liquor Bottle/Wine Bottle.

You got it?

Just an awesome collection.

My Mustang obsession started with an '84 Anniversary car as well. Man I loved that car. Everyone thought it had a 351 in it.

Even to this day, I can't beleive how many Mustang Guys don't know what the 20th Annie car is.

Thanks for posting.
Hi Chris,

Thanks for the kind comments. Do you have any pictures of your 20th Anniversary that you can post ?

As for the '79 Pace Car bottle, yes I have it. I have been fortunate to find quite a few collectibles on the '64 1/2, '79, and '94 Mustang Pace Cars. Take a look at the pictures below .....

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Old 07-23-2008, 11:10 AM   #21
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Hi All,

Here are some pictures of my Mustang Pace Car collectibles collection .....











More to follow .....
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Old 07-23-2008, 11:13 AM   #22
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I hope you have enjoyed the pics. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail or PM me. Thanks.

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Hi Chris,

Thanks for the kind comments. Do you have any pictures of your 20th Anniversary that you can post ?

As for the '79 Pace Car bottle, yes I have it. I have been fortunate to find quite a few collectibles on the '64 1/2, '79, and '94 Mustang Pace Cars. Take a look at the pictures below .....

Scott
Scott,

I have two, yes two pictures of my '84 Annie car. I don't know what was with me back then. I never had a camera of my own and was never interested in photography. The two shots I have are taken by a girlfriend with a cheapo camera.

I was one of the owners that never received their Dash Plaques. I have no idea what # my car was. It was a Hatch with V8-5spd. It had very little or no options that I can remember. When I bought it there was another one on the lot that had A/C and was just about bare bones like mine other than the A/C.

To this day I get angry with Ford about those dash plaques. Back in '84, I called the Dealer, they said call HQ. I called HQ, they said the Dealer deals with that stuff. I was on their tails for about a month before I got frustrated and gave up.

I will try and find my 2 pics and take a digital image to post for you.


The Pace Car Decanter- I have only ever seen the one and my friend with a '79 PC has it. Where did you find the PC Radio control car? And could you find one that might be available to sell.

I have the '84 Annie and '94 Pace car plastic model kits.

I posted my basement collection in this forum a few months back.

My Friend with the '79 Pace Car went to the 100 Annie Ford Celebration and had Jackie Stewart sign his Glove box. I think you know why he would get that done. Not for monetary value though, just cause it's kind of cool!
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Old 07-23-2008, 12:59 PM   #24
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I have two, yes two pictures of my '84 Annie car. I don't know what was with me back then. I never had a camera of my own and was never interested in photography. The two shots I have are taken by a girlfriend with a cheapo camera.

I was one of the owners that never received their Dash Plaques. I have no idea what # my car was. It was a Hatch with V8-5spd. It had very little or no options that I can remember. When I bought it there was another one on the lot that had A/C and was just about bare bones like mine other than the A/C.

To this day I get angry with Ford about those dash plaques. Back in '84, I called the Dealer, they said call HQ. I called HQ, they said the Dealer deals with that stuff. I was on their tails for about a month before I got frustrated and gave up.

I will try and find my 2 pics and take a digital image to post for you.


The Pace Car Decanter- I have only ever seen the one and my friend with a '79 PC has it. Where did you find the PC Radio control car? And could you find one that might be available to sell.

I have the '84 Annie and '94 Pace car plastic model kits.

I posted my basement collection in this forum a few months back.

My Friend with the '79 Pace Car went to the 100 Annie Ford Celebration and had Jackie Stewart sign his Glove box. I think you know why he would get that done. Not for monetary value though, just cause it's kind of cool!
I look forward to seeing the picture(s) of your Anniversary Mustang. I know what you mean about the dash plaques. A lot of owners did not get them.

The '79 Pace Car decanturs are fairly common in the U.S. I got mine years ago from a friend who has a '79 Pace Car. As for the radio control PC, I got that from another friend who deals in automotive literature and collectibles. They are extremely rare from what I understand. My friend has one, I have one, and I have seen only one cross eBay in quite a few years. I would have no idea what they are even worth. Anybody have any thoughts ?

I do have both '79 PC model kits as well as the '84 Anniversary model kit. I think my model kit collection is closing in on 175 kits ....


I'm glad I don't build them anymore.

I'll be sure to check out pictures of your basement. If you are ever looking for any 1:64 Mustang diecast collectibles, let me know. I have bins of extras.

Well take are and have a great week !

Scott
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Old 07-23-2008, 05:28 PM   #25
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Pace Cars ROCK!!

It's a good thing you don't build models anymore because all of that glue from assembly would make you go LOL
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Man, I'm in heaven! My family better not say anything else about me. hahaha
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Old 08-15-2008, 07:02 AM   #27
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That is totally awesome!!!!!
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Old 08-24-2008, 04:39 PM   #28
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Holy POOP!!!!!!

That is one awsome garage. I feel like a pig, i thought my garage was clean.
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Old 08-31-2008, 08:54 AM   #29
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Scott, thank you so very much for all of those pics of your amazing garage! I have never seen your pics before and I am truly stunned. Words cannot describe how impressive your collection is. I have collected things over the years (beer cans in the 70's, which included signs and all other memorabilia, Mark Martin diecasts and everything else to do with him, including sheetmetal) but your Mustang stuff is shocking in sheer numbers as well as quality. The Mustang race car sheetmetal is really neat and, of course, I noticed the Mustang Malt Liquor and Beer cans.

But I thank you again because I showed your pictures to my wife and she now thinks I'm actually normal!

-Steve

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Old 09-29-2008, 09:37 PM   #30
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that is magical. I want that. how long did it take you to gather all that stuff. how did you get the dealer things about the Cobra i think it was
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