Extremely rare as 1 of only 75 first-generation 260 Cobras
Presents with the original engine, transmission and body panels
Representing the genesis of the Shelby American legend
Tested by Tom McCahill for August 1963 Mechanix Illustrated
Owned and enjoyed by the same owner since 1976
Restored by Jeff's Resurrections to exceptional standards
Incredibly correct benchmark example in original black on black livery
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