SEMA 2019: One-Off JDRF GT500 in Venom + Shelby GT500 Underbody Shots

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    #1 Jarstang, Nov 7, 2019
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    Here are photos of some GT500 on display by Ford at SEMA 2019, including the one-off custom Venom color GT500 ford donated to JDRF for charity raffle and a GT500 flipped on its side, exposing the entire undercarriage, clearly labeled for informational purposes.


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    Although I am not positive, I think I see much improved, and possibly billet, rear vertical links, and bearing (not bushing) rear control arms. It appears the knuckle/toe is still a bushing, and not bearing......

    I can not wait to put mine on my lift and spend hours studying it, when I hopefully get it next month.
     
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    I dream about having a lift, Jaime and I'm MOST envious.
     
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    Tanks buddy, drive on up to MA, and let me stare at your undercarriage :shock:


    I work on my cars myself as much as I can, so a lift was a must have. You would be surprised how inexpensive they are. My BendPack 2 post was only $2,200 and my ATLAS 4 post was only $1,600. Money well spent IMHO.
     
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    I have priced them out of curiosity Jaime but, my garage ceiling is only eight feet.
     
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    Which of your two lifts do you like best? Which is easier to work with? I'd love to get a lift at some point. I am thinking the ceiling has to be 10+ feet high. When is your delivery date?

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    So venom is a metallic lead foot grey, cool.
     
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    Ahh, not surer what's above your garage, but my dad just framed out a square in the rafters above his lift, allowing the cab of vehicles to enter the void, which in turn gave the necessary height to work under the lift. Not sure if you have this option. When I had my house built, I asked for 13' min ceiling height.
     
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    ^^^I'm thinking it looks more like magnetic without the metallic, agreed its cool looking colour. Wouldnt mind seeing it with the splitter on and different lighting.
     
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    All day long I prefer to use the 2 post lift. I like being able to work freely underneath it, especially when the tires are off. I mostly use the 4 post for winter storage, however I do have a rolling jack for it so I can use it to work on as well. I sometimes use the drive on for oil changes, unless I am doing other work at the same time, then its the 2 post. The Mustang goes on the 4 post for winter hibernation, and the wife parks her car underneath it.

    My car comes out of production on Wednesday nest week. No clue on the ETA because they have not started shipping them yet.
     
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    Now this is a proper 'up-skirt' pictorial. /ducking
    Is the IRS subframe still allowed to be misaligned by as much as 1/2"?
     
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    Then get a low or medium rise. Works perfect for me.

    Thanks Jarstang for the detailed photos.
     
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    Allow me to add my own thanks to you, Jarstang...very good shots.

    Jaime: Unfortunately, I have a room above the garage and while it doesn't cover the entire garage area and, there might actually be enough attic above that area in the location where I would want the lift.

    What would you say the minimum comfortable distance should be between the top of the bay and the floor? I might could squeeze a single bay's worth of area up to eleven feet but I doubt much higher.

    E: I've never heard of such a thing but I'm thinking you can't get more than four feet of workspace under a lift in an eight-foot ceiling garage. Can you or even more?
     
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    More than 4' and you're looking for a new car roof and possibly garage roof with a ceiling height of 8'.
    The low and medium rise heights are great for getting the car off the ground fast for wheel changes, fluid changes, brake work, detailing, etc. I have planty of room to slide under on a creeper to do exhaust, trans, diff, and engine work. Its actually nice to not have to tip your head back and lift your arms straight up over your head but rather you can lay comfortably and work with your arms at a 90° angle to your body. System uses the same hydraulic pump and controls as the full monty Bendpak lifts. IIRC, the weight of the two sides was around 800lbs. It is extremely robust. From when I had my GT350...

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    I hope i win that fricking car lololol
     
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