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People just can’t get enough of Cobra replicas. That’s because they are about as much fun as you can have in a car. Their gorgeous shape, generous power-to-weight ratio, and open-air motoring creates a thrill that can’t be beat. Here is a great example that captures all these elements and many more. Between its intimidating look and thundering engine, this one will draw a crowd wherever it goes.
This Cobra shows only 900 miles and is a complete, turn-key example. It was finished in 2007 and is based on a Classic Motor Carriages kit. Note the original assembly manual is included. The finished product was painted black with white stripes and features chrome bullet mirrors a driver side safety hoop. The car also has 17” polished aluminum wheels with brand new tires. Front and rear chrome bumpers are included but were not installed due to personal preference. Similar for the soft top with rigid side window assemblies and the tonneau cover.
Power comes in the form of a wicked 350ci small block Chevy that was built for this car. Features include Bowtie aluminum heads that have been port matched to the single plane Bowtie aluminum intake which is topped by a Holley 4-barrel carburetor. There is also an MSD ignition and ceramic coated headers that feed the raucous side exhaust. Cooling comes from a Griffin aluminum radiator with electric fan. There is also a Dedenbear expansion tank kit with sight gauge – very nice!
The engine is backed by a 4-speed Ford Toploader transmission feeding a Ford 9” rear end with 3.00 gears. There is a trio of Wilwood master cylinders operating the clutch, front disc brakes, and rear drum brakes. The rack and pinion steering has a nice feel and requires surprisingly low effort. Fuel delivery uses an electric fuel pump and adjustable pressure regulator.
The black interior is just what you’d expect from a Cobra starting with the two low-back buckets. Both the driver and passenger seats are on adjustable slides - not always the case with a Cobra. Other features you don’t always see on these cars include a tilt steering column, self-cancelling turn signals, and functional windshield wipers. The dash has all the essential gauges along with a headlight switch. The car also has a working horn and parking brake.
This example really demonstrates what makes a Cobra so much fun. And along with its dynamic looks and exciting performance, this one also has many features you don’t often find on these cars. It all adds up to a car you will not soon forget.
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