You will certainly be noticed in Superformance MKIII SP01501 with
its Race Red body work adorned by White Racing Stripes. With front
and rear stainless-steel bumpers, this MKIII has plenty of flash to
advertise its amazing capabilities.
The lightweight roadster is powered by a Coast High Performance 427
Stoker that is mated to a Tremec TKO 5-Speed transmission.
Additional features include silver ceramic headers, side pipes and
Superformance floor mats.
All Superformance MKIII's come standard with a Limited Slip
Differential and Power Disc 4 Piston Wilwood Brakes. Other options
include the Bilstein coil-over shocks which provide a sporty ride
while sharpening the car's handling.
On the inside, SP01501 has period correct Smiths Gauges with a
Lucas Ammeter Gauge in the period correct dash layout. The doors
are secure by original style carriage style latches. All openings,
such as engine bay, trunk, and cockpit are wrapped around steel
subframe for increased strength and support. Dashes are wrapped in
leather as are the steel framed seats which offer period correct
webbing for comfort and aesthetics.
The Superformance MKIII is a meticulously engineered and crafted
reproduction of the original, built under license from Carroll
Shelby Licensing Inc. No expense is spared in recreating these
legendary cars, ensuring an authentic sports car experience.
SP01501 is titled in CA under SB100. This Superformance MKIII with
14,477 miles and is available for $77,950
1965 AC Cobra
Exterior Color:Monza Red with White Le Mans Stripes
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