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1965 Shelby Cobra 4334 Miles Blue Roadster 5.0 V8 Manual

Roadster BODY TYPE
Gasoline FUEL

1965 Shelby Cobra Description:

GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this highly desirable Shelby Cobra replica. This stunning Factory 5 replica comes in an exceptional blue paint job complemented by the customary white racing stripes and a clean black interior. Powering the Cobra is a torquey 5.0 liter V8 motor mated to a crisp manual gear box. Features of the roadster include front disc brakes, chrome accents, functional stereo and more. The Cobra roadster is one of the most desirable machines to ever hold the Shelby name. However, owning an authentic Cobra can prove most difficult with average price being well over 1 million dollars. That is if you can even find one. So, what do you do if you want to own an icon but cant quite wrap your head around that high price tag? You scoop up a Factory 5 replica with all the fun at a fraction of that price tag. Please call or email us today for more information.
Perhaps no other American manufacturer gained more international recognition than Carrol Shelby. His thirst for performance and the victory circle has made him a household name in all aspects of motorsports. The A/C Cobra is Shelby's crowning achievement. Large horsepower integrated with a lightweight tubular chassis and sexy hand-built aluminum body, with a partnership of AC Motorcars and Ford, Shelby's AC 427 Cobra thundered onto the scene in 1965 offering a big block, high horsepower edition over the already popular 289 small block version that came on the scene two years prior. To this day, the look, sound, power, and feel of the Cobra remains on the bucket list of many motoring enthusiasts and long before original examples far began exceeding 7 figures in value, independent manufacturing companies and talented performance car builders began building replica versions of the famed Cobra.


Item location:Local pick-up only
Interior color:Black
Engine:5.0 V8
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