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CSX4048 FOR SALE - ALL PAPERS 2700 MILES Ads from this Seller · Contact Seller
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CSX4048 40100 Tue November 23, 2010
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Description: 1965 ORIGINAL WITH ALL PAPERS
TEXAS INC LHD
CSX4048
SILVER WITH BLACK STRIPES
NSW REGISTRATION!

PLEASE MAKE AN OFFER
Keywords: AC COBRA CSX 4048 TEXAS SILVER BLACK CARROLL SHELBY


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GR997S
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Registered: January 2010
Location: orange county
Posts: 18
Comment Date: Fri November 26, 2010

Geez..When I spend a half million, I sure am not going to listen to seller. I get them appraised and do my own research. I truly feel for the guy....
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CSX4048
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Registered: November 2010
Posts: 22
Comment Date: Fri November 26, 2010

so, if i was to purchase a toyota camry at half a mil, being the price tag on it at the dealership, regardless of how it was presented to me and assuming i wasn't mislead but rather told this is the asking price if you want it..pay up. and the market value is clearly well below. - being a free market and prices are not controlled by the government, would i have a leg to stand on? or once the cheque is banked it is my bad luck? leaving aside dealer warranties and cooling off periods.
could a supermarket like coles decides to sell milk at $20 a bottle and i have the free choice to buy or not? or it has to be considered a specialty milk for whatever reason for it to be price tagged freely.
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Legless
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Registered: July 2009
Location: Empire Bay
Posts: 380
Comment Date: Fri November 26, 2010

A lot of assets have 'softened' in value over the last couple of years. I've got a share portfolio that is a bit limp with a current market cap of $60,000 with the potential to get back to $500k. How about a swap.

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Baz
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Registered: July 2007
Location: Sydney Australia
Posts: 1400
Comment Date: Fri November 26, 2010

As Bernie said earlier, I would be checking the validity of the dashboard signature as well. It doesn't look much like the original. Habe a look at Carroll's Website.


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STL Mark
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Registered: December 2006
Posts: 415
Comment Date: Fri November 26, 2010

CSX4048 - really feel for ya Bud!
Just a thought - why not take the car back to the dealer and trade it in on 4 or 5 of his Ferrari. Don't say a word about continuation stuff. You may take a loss, but not to the extent that you would here. Just tell him the car is too much for you, and a variety for Italian sportscars will suffice. Then you'll have actual valuable vehicles that you can sell at your behest. Just a thought.
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BMK
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Registered: June 2003
Location: Australia
Posts: 14974
Comment Date: Fri November 26, 2010

CSX4048

My though would be a visit to a legal advisor.

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MnCCX
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Registered: August 2007
Posts: 33
Comment Date: Sat November 27, 2010

I would definitely do what STL Mark suggested and take the car back to the same dealer as a trade. Doing that will either recoup a good portion of your investment or it will give you a good idea of what this dealer actually knew when selling the car (if he sold it to you for $700K but then turns around a short time later and tells you it's only worth $50K on trade I would have some real questions for him!).
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Registered: June 2003
Location: Australia
Posts: 14974
Comment Date: Sat November 27, 2010

Mmmm think I'll see if this simple and innocent dealer will trade my GT40 in on a new Ferrari...

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CSX4048
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Registered: November 2010
Posts: 22
Comment Date: Sat November 27, 2010

the idea of trade in sounds like a good idea to check this week.

oh and Bernie, he may trade you for a Ferrari 1960 250 GTO, all original with a touch of replica
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Excaliber
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Registered: July 2002
Posts: 15712
Comment Date: Sat November 27, 2010

Actually there may BE a "law against that", claiming a CSX4000 is not a "replica". The term "continuation" is bunch of BS as well. FRAUD, straight up and down.

According to the recent TRADE MARK law suit, Shelby vs FFR. The written opinion of the JUDGE declared that Shelby's were REPLICAS. NO DIFFERENT than an FFR, or an ERA, or what ever other REPLICA is being made today.

Based on that fact, a Shelby being a REPLICA, Shelby was denied a trade mark. There was no significant difference between his car and an FFR.

So, a Continuation? BS. Not a replica? More BS. By finding of the COURT!

It is a genuine Shelby, just like an FFR is a genuine Smith brothers car, or a Kirkham is a genuine Kirkham brothers car. NO DIFFERENT in the eyes of the law.
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Excaliber
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Registered: July 2002
Posts: 15712
Comment Date: Sat November 27, 2010

New old stock parts you say? Shelby almost went to jail some years back for making THAT very claim!

It didn't fly then and it won't fly now. It's a REPLICA, using MODERN parts, period. There are no left over NOS frames, bodies or substantial pieces left to build a "Cobra" with, by anybody, including Shelby. More fraud...
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GR997S
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Registered: January 2010
Location: orange county
Posts: 18
Comment Date: Sun November 28, 2010

The trade in is a good idea for starting your legal claim. If he offers you what we think he will, then this will only help your case. Good luck with it and let us know how it goes.....
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mickmate
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Registered: September 2000
Location: Holderness, NH, US of A
Posts: 5499
Comment Date: Wed May 25, 2011

I was wondering how this was going? It should have a Statement of Origin, on that it says Model year 1965, that is like the registration paperwork where you register it as the model it most closely resembles. On the same piece of paper it has a date when it was actually built. That is the real date of manufacture. You should have a statement of origin, the car stamped on the right front shock tower, a footbox tag matching that number and a cast pewter plaque with the number. Those are all the pieces of this puzzle.

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ray forkel sr
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Registered: May 2011
Posts: 9
Comment Date: Sun June 19, 2011

waiting for csx4048 to get intouch with me ,due to i'm the original owner of 4048 and have stuff and things he might be interested in Ray Forkel
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ray forkel sr
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Registered: May 2011
Posts: 9
Comment Date: Sun June 19, 2011

csx 4048 I also own shelby series 1 # 5142 (please check it out in shelby reg. ) I would think of selling it the hood and engine all signed by Carroll with back up pictures so if you paid what you said for mycsx4048 and you are interested with buying a series 1( one of 249 cars ) give me a shout 1646 236 7914
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