This 1966 Shelby Cobra Replica has a 302 C.I. Ford V8 w/ 4BBL
Carburetor, 5 Speed Manual Transmission, 10 Bolt Rear w/ 3.42:1
Ratio, Heat & Defrost, Simpson Racing Belts, Single Roll Bar, Front
Bumper, Classics Instruments Gauges, Moto-Lita Steering Wheel,
Alpine AM/FM/CD Stereo w/ iPod Hookup, Tinted Visors, Wind Wings,
Dual Sport Mirrors, Tonneau Cover, MSD Ignition, Serpentine Belt
System, RPM Air Gap, Intake, Holley Performance Carb, Heads into
Stainless Side Pipes, Aluminum Radiator, Electric Fan, 15" Wheels
w/ White Letter Radials, Built By Excalibur Which Gives The Car a
Longer Wheel Base & More Leg Room Than Other Cobras!
Rare Ferrari 275 GTB alloy coupe and Shelby 427 Cobra roadster were stored untouched in a private garage for 26 years
It’s almost impossible to think that owners would leave their valuable cars behind or simply forget about them. But, as they say, life happens.
Carroll Shelby’s sports car legacy abounds in this highly original example
Sotheby’s estimates that CSX3040 will fetch between $2,000,000 and $2,400,000 at its Phoenix, Arizona, auction, which is scheduled for January 18-19.
This is the first featured vehicle in a 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
The little red roadster started with a thunderous blast, a full-throated roar from its fat side pipes that seemed to thicken the air
Cars built and collected by Texans highlight Worldwide Auctioneers’ 16th annual Texas auction, which moves to a new venue for its April 21-22 sale.
There’s a big difference between kit cars and continuation cars, as pointed out in a story last week on ClassicCars.com.
A number of great Shelby Cobras will cross the block during RM Sotheby’s auction in Monterey, California, including the very first one ever built by Carroll Shelby.