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Carroll Shelby Tribute, Caffeine and Gasoline, Griot's Garage, Tacoma, WA
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Shelby enthusiasts gather to drink coffee and eat donuts and hope that the rain will stop for the Carroll Shelby Tribute held this last Saturday, June 2, 2012, during the monthly Caffeine and Gasoline event at Griot's Garage.

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Uploaded: 04/06/2012
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Tags: 289 cobra; 427 cobra; carroll shelby tribute; ford cobra; griot's garage; gt 40; gt 500; gt350; shelby; shelby cobra; carroll shelby
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