1969 Ford Fairlane Cobra, R code 4speed drag pack car with original engine. This is what the cobra should be. Formal roof, cloth bench. Your grandmas grocery getter. Still exactly the way it left the dealership with a magazine article about this car from 1991. The author compares it to the stealth and the article has the vin. number in the article. Unrestored and unmolested. No filler with 1 re paint to keep the body that way. Have the smog system. The cast iron intake and original carburetor with the ram air intake. The article is also why the car does not have staggered shocks. It left the factory as an automatic, 350 gear pwr. brakes, steering and am radio. 14 months later it left the dealership a radio delete, 4 speed 391 gear and oil cooler. Every part on the car starts with C9. Owned the car for about 20 yrs. and only bring out for shows and it draws a lot of attention. Very rare. The car has no Fairline anywhere, just the cobra snakes and hood scoop with 428 cobra jet. The title says Fairline cobra. The back of the block has 66 - 427 stamped on it with a C welded on the other side. It is not a cross bolted block but has the reinforced webbing. The top loader is correct with the reverse shifter opposite and it does have the shelby shifter knob that they came with. This car is a trip back in time. Can show more pics if needed. We have a lift for anyone that request pics underneath. This car is for the Blue oval collector. Please e mail any questions or request
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