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Old 09-01-2021, 12:24 PM
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Default Who cares about the original topic???

The OP started the discussion about two specific slabside replicas (of the the original '60's Cobras). Since the Superformance street roadster is the base for the Shelby 'glass model, it naturally came into the discussion and then the comparision with ERA came up as a natural progression due to similar price point (well below the original two brands in question).
So wtf is the big deal with all the "original topic" policing??! Give the man a break - he came asking for information and the discussion has taken a turn that suits him and his needs. Most of us have been following with interest - why jump in near the end and biatch about the original topic? Go back and read for yourself. Jeezusss
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Old 09-01-2021, 12:32 PM
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To answer the OP's thread title:

Is the Shelby in question built by Kirkham?
If not, NO comparison.
Period.
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Old 09-01-2021, 12:59 PM
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To answer the OP's thread title:

Is the Shelby in question built by Kirkham?
If not, NO comparison.
Period.
I think we need to bring RodKnock back on this. Maybe we can get this thread padlocked yet.
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Old 09-01-2021, 04:13 PM
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RodKnock retired and Iím trying to get canceled.
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“Kirkham vs Shelby “is the title of the thread, the OP bought up ERA (glass) vs Kirkham ( aluminum) in the first paragraph. So the discussion took a slight detour from the get go. Hey it’s all good, I like discussing all Cobras, replica or real.
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What's really relevant here given the OP's original intent is that Charmin is better than Northern.
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What's really relevant here given the OP's original intent is that Charmin is better than Northern.
Lately I just get the Costco store brand in the 30 roll pack.
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