In 1962 Carroll Shelby created the most sought-after American
muscle car in history, the Shelby Cobra. The Cobra model went on to
become the first American-made FIA World Champion in 1965 evolving
into the ultimate expression of power and performance with the 427
S/C. In Celebration of 50 years of the 427 Cobras Shelby American
release a limited run of 50 427S/C CSX4000's.
These 50th anniversary Cobras feature a fully independent
suspension, upgraded disc brakes. The 50th Anniversary edition
Cobra also sets itself apart with specialty anniversary logos and
badging, premium interior materials, a 23-gallon racing-style fuel
tank, powder coated frame, and custom gauges. Shelby is currently
developing a special optional engine package to further distinguish
the limited-edition Cobra.The 50th Anniversary Cobra fiberglass
bodied Cobras are finished in Guardsman Blue with Wimbledon White
CSX4577 is a perfect Fiberglass 50th Anniversary 427S/C and is #28
of 50. CSX4577 is powered by a 1960s period-correct Ford FE 427ci
engine. The engine block and heads are original cast iron produced
by Ford. This engine is stroked and has an original Ford FE 428
crankshaft producing approximately 454ci of displacement. The heads
are cast-iron originals Ford FE 427 heads. The engine is mated to a
Tremec 5 Speed Manual Transmission.
CSX4577 is true road ready collector with fewer than 200 miles and
is Titled as a 1965 Shelby, CSX4577 is available for $219,950.
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