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. After an extended hiatus, Carroll came back to building
aluminum and fiberglass cobras. The flagship being the Aluminum
CSX4157 is a perfect example just such a Shelby Cobra. CSX4157 is
covered in1965 Championship Guardsman Blue & Wimbledon White
stripes. This beautiful car was completed by HRE in New York and
has had only 4 owners.CSX4157 is powered by a cast iron 427FE with
dual quad "drag pack" style carbs and 5 speed Tremec
Currently registered in Montana as a 1965 Shelby Cobra with less
than 3,000 miles. CSX4157 is the perfect example of what Carroll
wanted a Cobra to be. In your face beauty, power, and performance
second to none.
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