Superformance MKIII SP02266 is finished in Viper Steel Gray with
Titanium Silver stripes. This sleek MKIII looks like a speeding
bullet going down the road.
SP02266 is powered by a Ford Motorsports 351W, stroked to 427ci and
mated to a Tremec TKO 5-Speed transmission. Pumping out over 500
horsepower, this MKIII is purpose built to make any enthusiast
enjoy the roadster lifestyle. Additional features include Tonneau
Cover, stainless steel side pipes and knock off wheels.
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 increasing the car's handling.
On the inside, SP02266 has period correct Smiths Gauges with a
Lucas Ammeter Gauge in the period correct dash layout. The doors
are secured 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 that have 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 was spared in recreating these
legendary cars, ensuring an authentic sports car experience.
SP02266 is titled as a 2006 ASVE in Ohio with 66,870 miles and is
available for $82,950.
1965 AC Cobra
Exterior Color:Viper Steel Gray with Titanium Twin Stripes
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