1965 Cobra 427
Every trip will be an adventure when driving this striking Superformance MKIII. The Shelby Guardsman paint is highlighted by a pair of white Le Mans racing stripes, as well as the polished roll bar. Cobra badges adorn the nose and trunk.
The Cobra is powered by a Roush 427SR engine cranking out 510HP and mated to a Tremec (TKO600) 5 speed transmission. The engine showcases the Roush billet valve covers and air cleaner. The accessory drive features billet pulleys and is a 5 rib belt setup. The polished header tank sits atop a vertical billet water neck. Billet brake and clutch reservoirs adorn the firewall. All this power is put to the ground through 18" NT01 Tires (335/30/18 R & 275/35/18 F)
This Superformance MKIII has a Limited Slip Differential and Power Disc 4 Piston Wilwood Brakes. Other options include the Bilstein coil-over shocks that sharpen the car's handling.
SP03156 has period correct Smiths Gauges with a Lucas Ammeter Gauge in the period correct dash layout, as well as a beautiful wooden steering wheel. The doors are secured by original style carriage style latches. All openings, such as engine bay, trunk, and cockpit are wrapped around steel subframe for increased strength and support. The steering wheel is crafted of fine wood while the dash is wrapped in leather, as are the steel framed seats that have period correct webbing for comfort and elegant aesthetics. Other key accessories include a fitted tonneau cover and a Bluetooth built in speaker system.
The Superformance MKIII is a meticulously engineered and crafted reproduction of the original, built under license from Carroll Shelby Licensing Inc. No expense was spared in recreating the legendary cars, ensuring an authentic sports car experience.
SP03156 is titled as a 1965 Ford Cobra in Ohio with 21,308 miles and is available for $117,949.