800 Derita Road, Ste. A
A seriously speedy machine with all the right thoughtful touches and upgrades that's what you get with this fuel-injected 1965 Shelby Cobra replica.
This is the iconic color combo for Cobra, and while some replicas have a deeper shade of blue, we bet you like how this lighter color looks against the white stripes. After all, it's this the exact kind of car we always see Carroll Shelby driving in the old promo films, right? In fact, speaking of the classic look, the details nail the vintage appearance, too. You get bright push bumpers, single roll hoop, large hood scoop, matte black side pipes, and large competition-style wheels. So you have a true competition machine that absolutely looks the part.
Black racing buckets and Simpson racing harnesses are exactly what you love to see in a Cobra. And when you sit down, you get the full performance experience. Your left hand will love the correct wood and chrome three-spoke steering wheel. Your right one may never want to leave that short stalk shifter. Those AutoMeter gauges provide a crisp and clear picture of everything that's going on in this roadster. But this one also has a very cool upgrade. You have a full AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input mounted on the rear panel. That way you have the option for modern tunes, but you never have to alter the cool vintage dash.
While this has the classic Cobra look, one peek under the hood, and you'll see a much more modern powerplant. This is Ford's famous 5.0-liter V8. We know your attention immediately goes to the Trick Flow intake specially painted to match the exterior. It also signals that this is a modern fuel-injected motor. Plus, you have an aluminum radiator w/electric fan, MSD distributor, Blaster SS coil, and header-fed side pipes so this is a great stout performance setup. Best of all, you're in complete control over the thunderous soundtrack and the V8's fury with the five-speed manual transmission. In fact, speaking of control, you also have great features like power steering, adjustable coliovers, and four-wheel disc brakes.
This provides the iconic classic look now with the smooth operation that fuel-injection brings. It's an all-around well-done performance machine, and it's read to run right now. Call soon!
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