Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
2003 Cobra Replica
Car has never been raced; previous owner was a 75-year-old gentleman from Arizona
Previous owner stated no donor car parts were used during construction
Fully-chromed 454 CID big-block Chevy V-8, 10:1 compression and making 485 hp!
GM high-performance heads yet runs on pump gas
Tremec six-speed manual transmission with 8.8-inch rear end and 4.10 gearing
Canary Yellow exterior with dual black racing stripes and brown leather interior
Four-wheel-disc brakes, QA1 coil overs and Stewart Warner gauges
Fully-adjustable rear suspension and Flaming River tilt column
Own this Vehicle from $579 per month-call 636-600-4600
Youve heard about the Lil Ol Lady from Pasadena but what about the Lil Ol Gentleman from Arizona? He used to own this 2003 Cobra Replica that we are proud to offer at MotoeXotica Classic Cars.
Reportedly, this car has never been raced. Its previous owner, a 75-year-old, must have preferred cruising in it. He noted that no donor car parts were used during this cars construction and while it is a replica 66 Cobra, it is titled as a 2003 Special Construction model, with a Colorado state assigned VIN #.
Finished in an eye-popping Canary Yellow with dual black racing stripes, the cars paint and trim are in overall excellent condition. The windshield is clear and intact, the lights are in very good condition and the bodywork is straight and solid. The cars engine bay is extremely tidy, the battery appears new and the front bumperettes look great, with a drivers side roll bar only.
Under the forward-hinged hood is a fully-chromed big block 454 CID big-block Chevy V-8 with 10:1 compression and it is understood to make 485 horsepower! It has GM high-performance heads yet runs on pump gas and it breathes via dual side exit four-into-one exhaust pipes. Backing the big 454 is a Tremec six-speed manual transmission with an 8.8-inch rear end and 4.10 gearing. Driver convenience features include four-wheel-disc brakes. This Cobra has QA1 coils overs and a fully-adjustable rear suspension.
This car rolls on five-spoke Cobra alloy wheels, surrounded by Kumho Ecsta radials, size 235/40ZR17 in front and 245/45ZR17 in back. The tires are in excellent order while the wheels are in overall very good condition.
Inside, the brown leather bucket seats with racing harnesses are in very good shape, while the matching brown carpet is present with AMP, Fuel Gauge and speedo/Odometer inoperable. Theres a three-spoke aftermarket steering wheel with a tilt column from Flaming River. The instrument panel, with Stewart Warner gauges plus an Auto Meter speedometer, is in excellent order while the inner door liners look good. Topping the gear shift lever is a cue ball. Theres even a scale model of the car included.
This car is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows xx,xxx miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!!
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