This 1967 Shelby Cobra Replica really gets it right in the details
It’s a fresher build with 1,200 miles in total. So you get a beautifully sleek style to go with your powerful V8 setup. Plus, this one has extras you don’t find in many others, like a well-placed stereo and a full soft top w/side curtains.
Finished in 2014, this two-owner and low-mileage build has the fresh look and tight panel fit you want on a well-respected Cobra. The red paint is equal parts slick and aggressive, and so it looks fantastic as the light evenly rolls across the iconic flared fender style of this car. Full white racing stripes were painted on so that it can all be one cohesive package. Most of the polished eye candy is also functional, like the quick-jack bumpers, a roll hoop, and side pipes. Plus, we just know you love how the shine on the 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels seems to draw added attention to just how wide the rear wheels are.
The full black interior has the right look and feel for a solid racer. That means low-back leather bucket seats, five-point racing harnesses, and a grippy three-spoke sports steering wheel. The dash is dominated by crisp VDO gauges, including a large speedo and tach. It’s all the part of what makes the pure driving experience of a Cobra great. But what you may just love most about this car are the interior features that you don’t find on many other Cobras. There’s an AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input cleanly mounted on the back to give you upgraded diving music without cluttering the dash. This also has a full soft top and side curtains package that can be quite handy. It will work especially well with a handy heater for those mornings that you want to be first at the track day. And the upgrade that you’ll love the most is the space. This one was built to accommodate taller drivers who have found other Cobras a bit more limiting.
Under the hood is proper blue oval power. This 351 cubic-inch V8 is a performance build with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock RPM Air-Gap intake, WAM Dyno tuned valve covers, an MSD ignition, an aluminum radiator, and headers feeding the growling side pipes. This mighty V8 is mated to a five-speed manual transmission for ideal control, and this feeds a 3strong Ford 9-inch rear end. Plus, there are tubular A-arms up front, a solid end, adjustable coilovers, and four-wheel disc brakes. It all makes for a well-done high-performance package.
Price: $59,995 <- click to see if it is still available
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Originally listed on October 3, 2021. Older listings are displayed for reference and probably will not be available.
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Location: Concord, North Carolina, United States