A while back,
1968 to be exact, I had a sign shop and did lettering and striping.
A local car dealer had a Shelby that he had shipped in and he wanted
racing stripes put on . Now I was no dummy, and I wanted to drive
that car, so I told him that I had to allow for drying time, and
I would need the car for several days.
The car was a dark blue 1968 Shelby GT500 with the 428 engine. You
have to understand how exclusive a Shelby GT500 was back in those
days. The chance to see one, much less drive one was very rare.
A light Mustang with a 428 Super Jet engine, with 428 cubes was
a powerful combination. We didn't call them Liters, we called them
Cubes, and this car had a bunch.
This car was totally different from a regular Mustang. It not only
had a big engine, it had suspension modifications, was basically
a racing car in street form.
After I painted the stripes on the car, when they had time to dry,
I took it for a nice little ride. What a ride that was.
best bet for stripes would be an aftermarket supplier that makes
it easy to add Mustang