Superformance MKII Roadster SPS0041 is finished in stunning Grigio
Silverstone with wire wheels and chrome accents. This classic
styled MKII looks as beautiful on a Sunday cruise as it will on a
SPS0041 is powered by a Ford 302 engine and mated to a Tremec TKO
5-Speed transmission. Pumping out 350 horsepower, this lightweight
MKII will accelerate with authority. Additional features include
Amarotta Tan Bucket Seats and car cover.
As with all Superformance MKII's SPS0041 has a Limited Slip
Differential and 4 Wheel Disc 4 Piston Wilwood Brakes. As with the
original "Slab Sides" cars, this roadster has period correct
transverse leaf springs to deliver a ride quality similar to the
original 1960s models.
On the inside, SPS0041 has Smiths Gauges with a Lucas Ammeter Gauge
in the period correct dash. 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 leather, as are the
steel framed seats with period correct webbing for comfort and
The Superformance MKII 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.
SPS0041 is still on the original Superformance MSO with 627 miles
and is available for $119,950
1962 Shelby Cobra
Exterior Color:Grigio Silverstone
Interior Color:Amarotta Tan
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