Fast Lane Classic Cars
427 Little Hills Blvd.
St. Charles, MO
St. Charles, MO
This 1965 Kirkham Cobra Has A 495c.i. FE Aluminum Racing Engine by Kinetic Racing, Engine Cost $41,000 in 2004 When Originally Built, Tremec TKO600 Road Race Transmission (5 Speed), Receipts for Engine From Kinetic Racing w/ Build Specs, Car Was Taken Back To Kirkham in 2016 To Get Refurbished, Car Was Completely Disassembled and Refurbished ($42,000), Brushed Bare Aluminum Body with Polished Stripes, Stainless 4" Frame Rails, Billet Suspension, Stainless Half Shafts, Teflon Fuel Lines, Speedhut Instruments, Leather Dash and Seats, Short FIA Style Shifter, New Firewall Placing All Electricals Inside, Polished Stainless Headers and Side Pipe Exhaust, Single Stainless Roll Bar, Wind Wings, Visors, 30 Gallon Fuel Tank, Gold and Aluminized Heat Shielded Fabric For Foot Boxes, Cover Car of the Kirkham Sales Catalog and Kirkham Website, Rolling Chassis Appeared at SEMA in 2004 in Ford Engine Booth, In 2004, was the Most Expensive Kirkham Cobra Ever Produced, David Kirkham Has Publicly Said "This Car is Virtually Identical to a Shelby 50th Anniversary Car"
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