This 1969 Ford Cobra Formal Hardtop is equipped with the Drag Pack
option and is powered by a factory-correct 428ci Super Cobra Jet
engine mated to a factory-correct 4-speed manual transmission. It
was built to compete against the Plymouth's Road Runner. This car
has recently undergone a concours nut-and-bolt rotisserie
restoration. It was built at the Kansas City Plant and came as a
factory black car with Q-Code 428-SCJ. This car features the formal
roofline and is one of 86 built with this paint/trim code, and one
of 531 with this engine and transmission code. Awards this car has
received are People's Choice Concours of Elegance, Fairlane COA
National Meet Gold Award and Carlisle Invitationals. Marti Report
and copy of Build Sheet included. Recently fully detailed to
include wet-sanded and polished. Part of the Black and Blue Cobra
Snake Bitten Collection. A select offering from the Bryan Frank
1969 Ford Cobra
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