What did you do to your GT350 today?

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Kept up my consecutive Saturday mornings of joy rides. It desperately needs to be washed!!
Keep up those joy rides. I've had to wash mine for weeks and have been too busy. Every weekend I have to decide whether to wash it or drive it and so far I chose to drive it. Will get to the washing eventually, only to see it get dirty again... viscous but wonderful cycle

 

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What's the latest reco on ceramic coatings on wheels. I'm in a constant battle against brake dust.

PS not a fan of winter anymore - we spend it (and spring) in Florida
I had it done when I had the full Ceramic applied to the body. The brake dust still builds up, but you can take a hose and spray the majority of it off. Makes cleaning the wheels super easy. The only way to reduce the dust is different brake pads.
 

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Prepped the car for the ride home for our third
Newborn....?

Female: Leave the exhaust in Normal mode and shift at 900 rpm. Apply brakes to replicate the efficiency of a 65 GT350.

Male: Put it in Track mode, use Launch Control at every stop light & practice heel/toe downshifting from red line............... future car guy guaranteed within 3 miles!

Oh.... congrats!

FREDIT:
I would have typed "Edit", but this edit was motivated by Fred's post... Thanks Fred!
If the newborn smiles upon the initial bark of the cold start-up, ignore the "Female" instructions and proceed with the "Male" instructions.

Nothing cooler than a car chick anyways.....!!!!!!!
 
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Dave,
My then 4 year old daughter cried when I sold my 95 Lightning. But, forgave me and giggled every time she heard the supercharger whine on my 03 Cobra...
Better reaction than her older brother.
 

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Newborn....?

Female: Leave the exhaust in Normal mode and shift at 900 rpm. Apply brakes to replicate the efficiency of a 65 GT350.

Male: Put it in Track mode, use Launch Control at every stop light & practice heel/toe downshifting from red line............... future car guy guaranteed within 3 miles!

Oh.... congrats!

FREDIT:
I would have typed "Edit", but this edit was motivated by Fred's post... Thanks Fred!
If the newborn smiles upon the initial bark of the cold start-up, ignore the "Female" instructions and proceed with the "Male" instructions.


Nothing cooler than a car chick anyways.....!!!!!!!
LOL, yes newborn and its a girl. We're set to go in on Thursday. This might be the first time I drive the car with the valves closed.....or maybe not
 

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I drove my GT-350 to a continuing education class for my state license and shamed another contractor to get his Shelby at lunch.
He gave me a ride in this slightly “Warmed up” (1000 Hp) to the rear wheels GT-500.
This thing is BRUTAL !!! Got my 3rd member hard……

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