Superformance MKIII SP02298 is finished in Raven Black with
Titanium Stripes. With both black and chrome accents, this gorgeous
MKIII it subtle yet striking.
SP02298 is powered by an all-aluminum Carroll Shelby 427 Stoker,
stroked to 451ci by Roush Performance mated to a robust 3 Speed
automatic transmission. The powerplant was professionally installed
by the renowned Las Vegas shop, Tom's Motorsports. Additional
features include twin roll bars, Halibrand-style 15inch wheels, and
a custom-built stereo system.
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 deliver a sporty ride
while improving the car's handling.
Inside, SP02298 has period correct Smiths Gauges with a Lucas
Ammeter Gauge in the 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. The dash is wrapped in sumptuous
leather, as are the steel framed seats with 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.
SP02298 is titled as a 2007 ASVE in CA with just over 7500 miles
and is available for $84,950.
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