1962 Cobra 289 Slab Side CSX8000
*A new line of vehicles from Shelby American, Shelby Legendary Cars and Superformance called the “Cinema Series” will celebrate some of the greatest icons of film as seen in the epic movie “Ford v. Ferrari.” The cars in the film were based on vehicles successfully raced by Ken Miles, Chris Amon, Lloyd Ruby, Denny Hulme, Bruce McLaren, Dave MacDonald and driven by Carroll Shelby. Only a limited number of cars in the series will be offered worldwide. Each vehicle will be based on a car shown in the movie and come with complete documentation. The Shelby roadsters will bear a CSX8100-8199 serial number.
*The Shelby Cobra roadsters are:
*• The blue 1962 “Carroll Shelby” edition based on CSX2000, the first Cobra driven by Matt Damon in the film
*• The white 1963 “Ken Miles” edition based on the initial street Cobras converted for racing; this model will include a Carroll Shelby Autographed (engraved) wrench and a spare cracked race windshield as seen in the movie
*• A red 1963 “Dave MacDonald” edition that resembles a Cobra driven by Dave's son Rich MacDonald in the film while portraying his father
*The Cinema Series Shelby cars will be built to the same specs as those supplied to the movie. They are offered as a rolling chassis with wheels tires, minus the engine and transmission; final finish can be completed by the customer or an installer of the customer's choice.
*CSX8198 is the first Cinema Series Cobra built. It is finished in the Ken Miles livery and the rolling chassis is available for $99,995.