1963 Shelby Cobra
From the first Shelby Cobra in 1962, the company planned to offer a competition version of the car. One of the first to race was CSX2128, which was piloted by legends including Dan Gurney, Dave MacDonald, Allen Grant, and Ken Miles. Powered by Ford, the roadsters terrorized rivals from 1963-1965. The small block Cobra roadsters also contributed points toward Shelby's 1965 FIA World Sports Car Championship. Shelby is still the only American team in history to win that prestigious title. There will only be 15 of these very special cars produced.
This particular car is finished in Dan Gurney #15 livery and accurately trimmed to the configuration in which Dan drove CSX2128. Just like the 1960s race car, this car features widened front and rear fenders, cut out on driver side door, fully adjustable dampers, period correct 15” six-pin kidney bean wheels, Avon CR6ZZ Tires (225 front and 245 rear). Owners can also choose from a variety of iron or aluminum small block Ford power plants, including a very limited supply of period correct 289 Cubic Inch iron block engines. This car has a very exclusive CSX2000 Shelby Chassis Number for documentation in the official Shelby American Worldwide Registry.