WHAT MAKES THIS VEHICLE SPECIAL: High Quality Build with Numerous Modifications & Tweaks Since the Original Build (About 2012) A&CA of Buffalo, NY Quality manufactured car showing only1,725 miles Limited Edition #43 of 50 Built by John York This is a replica of a 1966 Shelby Cobra John York Engine isstrong running plenty of POWER, NOISE & BRUTE FORCE to satisfy your cravings! Setup to Run on 89 Octane Fuel 9 Inch Rear Limited SlipDifferential with 3.50 Gears Barely a mark on the body, no stone chips(br> Interior components are what you'd expect on a near new car, its odor free too Racing decals and Sorting to look period correct Full Documentation of the Original Build Company and Later Modifications Please call us for more information.
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