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Old 11-19-2008, 07:19 PM   #176
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Thanks for posting up the breakdowns guys...just printed it off for my collection instead of fighting with Ford for a copy....Thanks guys
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Old 11-19-2008, 08:03 PM   #177
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I got one also, Maybe because me and Dave have the best colors "Yellow"
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Old 11-19-2008, 08:26 PM   #178
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Old 11-19-2008, 09:19 PM   #179
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I had a Grabber Yellow Mustang years ago and when people would ask me how it ran, I would say,"It's yellow ain't it?" They would get the idea. (LOL)
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Old 11-19-2008, 10:47 PM   #180
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I had a Grabber Yellow Mustang years ago and when people would ask me how it ran, I would say,"It's yellow ain't it?" They would get the idea. (LOL)
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The religion of the yellow stick (Scottish Gaelic: Creideamh-a bhata-bhuidhe) was a facetious name given to the forced "belief" of Church of Scotland Protestants by their Roman Catholic neighbours in the Hebrides of Scotland. Such actions, however, were not unique to the Hebrides, but occurred in other parts of Scotland in sterner times.

A Coll priest of former times was accustomed to drive recalcitrant natives to church by a smart application of his walking stick; those who yielded were thus said to come under Creideamh-a bhata-bhuidhe.

Another version says that Hector (Scottish Gaelic: Eachann) the son of Donald MacLean of Coll, was the one who applied the yellow stick. Hector was laird in 1715, and as the religion of the yellow stick was introduced into Rm in 1726, it is beyond doubt that Hector was the author or propagator of it. He was dignified in appearance and stern in manners, and could no doubt wield the yellow stick gracefully and with efficiency. Dr Samuel Johnson, on his famous journey round the Hebrides (1775) encountered the story; in Rum he said that there were

"fifty-eight families, who continued Papists for some time after the Laird became a Protestant. Their adherence to their old religion was strengthened by the countenance of the Lairds sister, a zealous Romanist, till one Sunday, as they were going to mass under the conduct of their patroness, MacLean met them on the way, gave one of them a blow on the head with a yellow stick, I suppose a cane, for which the Earse had no name [actually untrue], and drove them to the kirk, from which they have never since departed. Since the use of this method of conversion, the inhabitants of Egg [sic] and Canna, who continue Papists, call the Protestantism of Rum, the Religion of the Yellow Stick."
David Livingstone whose ancestors came from Ulva near Mull and Staffa said:

"Our ancestors were Roman Catholics; they were made Protestants by the laird coming round with a man having a yellow staff, which would seem to have attracted more attention than his teaching, for the new religion went long afterward, perhaps it does so still, by the name of the religion of the yellow stick".
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Old 11-20-2008, 07:22 AM   #181
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Your reference must be.
The religion of the yellow stick (Scottish Gaelic: Creideamh-a bhata-bhuidhe) was a facetious name given to the forced "belief" of Church of Scotland Protestants by their Roman Catholic neighbours in the Hebrides of Scotland. Such actions, however, were not unique to the Hebrides, but occurred in other parts of Scotland in sterner times.

A Coll priest of former times was accustomed to drive recalcitrant natives to church by a smart application of his walking stick; those who yielded were thus said to come under Creideamh-a bhata-bhuidhe.

Another version says that Hector (Scottish Gaelic: Eachann) the son of Donald MacLean of Coll, was the one who applied the yellow stick. Hector was laird in 1715, and as the religion of the yellow stick was introduced into Rm in 1726, it is beyond doubt that Hector was the author or propagator of it. He was dignified in appearance and stern in manners, and could no doubt wield the yellow stick gracefully and with efficiency. Dr Samuel Johnson, on his famous journey round the Hebrides (1775) encountered the story; in Rum he said that there were

"fifty-eight families, who continued Papists for some time after the Laird became a Protestant. Their adherence to their old religion was strengthened by the countenance of the Lairds sister, a zealous Romanist, till one Sunday, as they were going to mass under the conduct of their patroness, MacLean met them on the way, gave one of them a blow on the head with a yellow stick, I suppose a cane, for which the Earse had no name [actually untrue], and drove them to the kirk, from which they have never since departed. Since the use of this method of conversion, the inhabitants of Egg [sic] and Canna, who continue Papists, call the Protestantism of Rum, the Religion of the Yellow Stick."
David Livingstone whose ancestors came from Ulva near Mull and Staffa said:

"Our ancestors were Roman Catholics; they were made Protestants by the laird coming round with a man having a yellow staff, which would seem to have attracted more attention than his teaching, for the new religion went long afterward, perhaps it does so still, by the name of the religion of the yellow stick".

Russ, I guess this goes along the same lines as when my Son was born many, many years ago. I was a proud Popa and thought he had great coloring for a newborn baby. Come to find out he was colic and within a few days it went away and he had that splotchy new-born look, kinda like Grabber Yellow versus Zinc Yellow.
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Old 11-20-2008, 07:31 AM   #182
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Old 11-20-2008, 07:32 AM   #183
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As a decendent of that Scottish clan (Duart of MacLean), I now cast out the yellow stick theory and replace it with the Torch Red Mach onto our family coats arms!

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Old 11-20-2008, 07:56 AM   #184
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As a decendent of that Scottish clan (Duart of MacLean), I now cast out the yellow stick theory and replace it with the Torch Red Mach onto our family coats arms!


When my Son was in junior high school he had to do a "Coat of Arms" for a class project I drew one similar to below. Needless to say, the teacher failed to see the humor in it and gave him a failing grade.

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Old 11-20-2008, 08:41 PM   #185
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So you're saying you failed junion high!?!

I like the drawing, and fail to see the arm in it.



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Old 11-20-2008, 09:26 PM   #186
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So you're saying you failed junion high!?!

I like the drawing, and fail to see the arm in it.



Oh no, I passed. But my Son did so poorly that the only college he could get into was the same one your Dad attended if you remember correctly.
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:15 PM   #187
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Yep. A great place to be from, but a terrible place to be.

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Old 11-24-2008, 01:28 AM   #188
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Got mine a few days ago

For those that want to know, I paid $76.50 for two copies of the certificate

Mine is #2384 of the 7182 for the 04 model year, built on 11/18/03


I also got in an original unmolested 2004 8x10 color brochure booklet for the Mustangs from Ebay for $5 the same day too
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Old 11-24-2008, 07:45 AM   #189
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I will check with Ford to make sure people are getting what they are supposed to.
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Old 12-01-2008, 08:20 PM   #190
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Ordered today... #8242 of 9652
Built on 7/16/03
Hey Greg check it out my car was built a day after yours and it's already almost 40 numbers different. That could mean there were several built in a day. My car was serial # 8280 built on 7/17/03.

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If you want, we can add You Screen Names, Build Dates and Sequence numbers to the members database?

Let me know get a screen setup for this info. Then, It will be easier to update for me. I will post when I have it completed.
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Old 12-02-2008, 10:40 AM   #192
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If you want, we can add You Screen Names, Build Dates and Sequence numbers to the members database?

Let me know get a screen setup for this info. Then, It will be easier to update for me. I will post when I have it completed.
Please do - that would be great!
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Hmmm, I wonder if they have a Cert. for a 70'...............
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Hmmm, I wonder if they have a Cert. for a 70'...............

That's called a Marti Report and I can't believe you don't have one of those already.
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That's called a Marti Report and I can't believe you don't have one of those already.
Yeah..got it..just lookin' for a little love from Ford being such a loyal customer !!
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Yeah..got it..just lookin' for a little love from Ford being such a loyal customer !!

Hey Chris, I've been looking for "your" Franklin Mint lately but can't find any out there. I've got a Yellow, Red, and Black '70 Mach's but haven't been able to find one of your's. Think there's still some out there?
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Old 12-02-2008, 09:16 PM   #199
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Hey Chris, I've been looking for "your" Franklin Mint lately but can't find any out there. I've got a Yellow, Red, and Black '70 Mach's but haven't been able to find one of your's. Think there's still some out there?
Aren't those the only colours that Franklin Mint produced?
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They did an orange, which I suppose was a representation of Grabber Orange, but wasn't. It wasn't in production very long and brings strong money on the secondary market.

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