Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is proud to present this 1969
Shelby Cobra replica. The body, made by Classic Roadsters, has been
finished in a beautiful Blue Pearl Metallic with white stripes. A
black vinyl interior complements it well for a very modern take on
classic colors. Under the hood is a healthy 351 Windsor V8 paired
to a 5-speed manual transmission. The blacked-out roll bad keeps
its occupants safe without standing out like a chrome bar might. A
convertible top is included with the vehicle. Simpson 5-point
safety harnesses hold you firmly in position during any spirited
driving, and autometer gauges keep you informed of the engines
vitals. The controls arms have been reinforced to keep the Cobra
planted and the driving feeling confident while driving hard. This
Cobra is ready to do it all, from being shown at a local car show,
to cruising the streets running stoplight to stoplight, to visiting
your local road race track and tearing up pavement. Options
include: AM/FM Radio, Manual convertible Top, Power Brakes, Tilt
Steering Wheel, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Battery Kill Switch,
and Alloy Wheels. For more information on this peppy 1969 Shelby
Cobra Replica please contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488
or [email protected] To see more HD photos and an HD
video of this vehicle running and driving please visit
1969 Ford Cobra
Exterior Color:Blue/ White
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