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1964 Shelby Cobra 396 Stroked Windsor

With an inventory of more than 300 classics.

USD 51,995
SOLD
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United States NC Charlotte 28269

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1950-69 Post-War


Overview
Color Exterior:   
Color Interior:  
Odometer: 6788 Miles
LHD/RHD LHD
Transmission: MANUAL
Convertible: YES
Advert No: 117493



Description:

The cool thing about Cobra replicas is that you can build them any way you want, even if it''s to build them the way Shelby built them nearly fifty years ago. This awesome Cobra replicates the FIA 289 Competition Cobra with a ton of historically accurate details throughout. Built to emulate the 1965 Goodwood Tourist Trophy winning #21 Cobra, this isn''t your same-old, same-old. The paint is Guardsman Blue with Wimbledon White stripes, as original, but the workmanship is simply fantastic. Seriously, no original aluminum Cobra ever looked this good sitting in Ol'' Shel''s Los Angeles workshop, and the details on the Unique Motorcars 289 bodywork are quite accurate. Proportions are right, it has jacking tabs fore and aft, and even the unique "corners" on the trunk lid designed to clear the "suitcase" that the FIA used to classify what they considered a production car, which included a trunk. Pretty cool, huh? Build quality is first rate throughout, and it shows very few signs of having been driven, although it''s easy to see how it would be hard to resist. The first thing you notice inside is the unique competition roll bar which goes forward, not backwards as on the street Cobras. Then there''s the correct FIA dash with Stewart-Warner gauges, including a speedometer way...over...there on the passenger''s side, just as it was in 1965. The seats are black leather and those 5-point harnesses were custom stitched with COBRA lettering just for this car. There''s also a proper Raydot mirror, as well as the usual safety apparatus like a fire extinguisher and battery cut-off. A correct AC wooden steering wheel manages the helm, and that forward-canted shifter (which was actually a Mustang piece) controls an authentic Toploader 4-speed. Where the original used a race-prepped 289, this one carries a 396 cubic inch 351W stroker motor, which generates big-block twist in a small-block package. Dressed to emulate the original 289, it features upgrades like Edelbrock aluminum heads, a Weiand intake with Demon carburetor, a solid lifter cam for that authentic sound, and ceramic coated black headers and side pipes. There''s also a massive Griffin radiator up front cooled by a SPAL electric fan, March pulleys, aluminum heat shields, and Cobra valve covers. The box-section chassis offers Carrera coil-overs at all four corners, including quad shocks out back for the fully independent rear suspension. Girling inboard disc brakes are a cool feature that notably improve performance, and are complimented by a set of massive Wilwoods up front, so braking is never a worry in this car. Rack-and-pinion steering is probably an upgrade original Cobra owners yearn to have, making this a car you can dance with all day and never grow tired of its moves. Custom-painted pin-drive Trigo knockoff wheels, 15x8s up front and 15x9s out back, accurately replicate the racecar''s rolling stock and wear 245/60/15 and 295/50/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials, respectively. If you appreciate period accuracy and the performance of a hot small block, this is the ultimate Cobra. Call today! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.


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