Conceived by Carroll Shelby in the early 2000s, the CSX 1000 series
was intended to offer the highest-quality continuation Cobra
available. To that point, all CSX 1000 cars received bodies
hand-rolled in aluminum just like the original '60s Cobras and
finished by Shelby as complete rollers. This Shelby Cobra CSX 1022
is one of only 25 Shelby Cobras made to date with hand-rolled
aluminum bodies from England. Power comes from a Keith Craft built
427 V8 racing engine equipped with a Holley 4-barrel carburetor
making 600hp and paired to a 4-speed Toploader transmission. This
CSX 1022 is beautifully finished by Shelby in Guardsman Blue with
black side pipes and a chrome roll bar. The all-hand-rolled
aluminum body is mated to Shelby's steel tubular frame and features
quick-jack bumperettes on both front and rear bumpers. The interior
features black leather seats, black carpet, Shelby S/C type gauges,
and SFI latch and link black lap belts. It has tinted plexiglass
sun visors, a cowl-mounted rearview mirror and clear wind-wings
mounted to the windshield. This Cobra rides on Halibrand-style
knock-off wheels wrapped in Goodyear tires. CSX 1022 is a one-owner
vehicle with 37 actual miles (the title reads mileage exempt) and
is offered with the original Shelby Manufacturer's Statement of
Origin (MSO) signed by Carroll himself, as well as the Shelby Build
Sheet. The dash has also been signed by Carroll Shelby.
1965 Shelby Cobra
Exterior Color:GUARDSMAN BLUE
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