Standout on the road with the beautiful blue Superformance MKIII with the black out package and customer color PPG paint with 15 inch wheels! Package also includes:
PAINT & STRIPES
SIDE PIPES, HEADERS & ENGINE
Headers & Side Pipes
Silver Ceramic Coated Headers
Silver Ceramic Coated Side Pipes
Stainless Steel Surge Tank
INTERIOR TRIM OPTIONS
15" Wheels & Tire upgrade - Standard Tires
The Superformance MKIII is the only Cobra replica built under license from Carroll Shelby Licensing Inc. What makes the MKIII so much better than its competitors? It looks like an exact replica should. It is sure-footed, reliable and is as exciting as the great sport roadsters of the sixties. Each rolling chassis comes completely assembled and painted, less engine and transmission.
DIMENSIONS and CAPACITIES:
Jig-Welded parallel ladder frame of heavy wall 2" x 4" rectangular steel tubing with large diameter outriggers. Frame incorporates front and rear crumple zones. Door hinge, steering column and windshield pickup-points incorporated onto main chassis.
Hand laid fiberglass panels with steel tube reinforcements in all openings. Where the body points carry loads thay are reinforce with steel bars or panels. Body bonded to chassis and is completely non-stressed. Supplied painted in base coat and clear coat urethane finish. Body in aluminum optionally available.
Fully independent unequal length A-arms with adjustable coils over telescopic shock absorbers.
Fully independent unequal length A-arms, fabricated hub carriers and coil over shock absorbers.
Rack and pinion. Original style steering wheel.
Fabricated steel plate pedal box assembly with adjustable pedal pads. Incorporates brake booster and master cylinder assembly with hydraulic clutch actuation.
Ventilated disc with 4-pot calipers.
Ventilated disc. Cable-operated hand brake actuates rear brakes.
ENGINE and TRANSMISSION:
Installation kits are available for Ford 302, 351, 460 and 427/428 cubic inch engines with Tremec 5-speed or Ford top loader 4-speed transmissions. ZF Limited slip differential. Ratio 3:45:1 as standard equipment.
Superformance MK III: Side-mounted exhausts to original specifications. Superformance Roadster: Custom made muffler and tailpipes with stainless extensions.
Latest technology single row high performance aluminum core radiator with 2 thermostatically-controlled electric fans; original specification oil cooler; hand fabricated stainless steel engine louvers; heater unit with 2 speed fan; original style wiper assembly with 2 speeds and 140 degree wiper arc; hand fabricated windshield assembly to original specification, chrome plated.
Original style instruments specially manufactured by Smiths of England, fitted to original S/C and Roadster lay-outs. Hand crafted shifter and handbrake.
Hand made seats upholstered in German specification automotive leather. Fully carpeted floor, center console, sides and rear firewall. Slide adjusters for driver's seat. Tonneau cover and soft top can be supplied as optional equipment at extra cost. Hard top optionally available.
Aluminum, pin drive "Halibrand" style wheels.
All Superformance products are supllied complete, but without engines and transmissions. The selection, purchase and installation of the drive train are the responsibility of the purchaser.
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