Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1965 Cobra
Replica by Backdraft Racing. When it comes to Cobra replicas
there's nothing like a Cobra Replica from Backdraft Racing. This
one-owner replica has the classic Cobra look that everybody loves
such as single roll hoop, knock off style wheels and big shiny side
pipes. Finished in an eye catching Monterey Red with white stripes
this Cobra looks super serious! As you walk around the vehicle
you'll notice nice details like the hood scoop and 427 badging. The
interior is quite luxurious with Dove shaded quilted leather lining
the bucket seats and door panels with Diamond Stitching. The
steering wheel takes you back to the 60s and the gauges are all
business for the serious driver. Under the hood is a Dart block 427
Cubic Inch V8 that sounds like a screaming banshee when you rev it
up. Some nice features on this engine include Edelbrock Aluminum
cylinder heads, Hydraulic Roller Cam, a Holley 770 carb and much
more. Power is sent through a Tremec 5 speed manual transmission so
imagine how this little snake will get up and go! If you're looking
for a Cobra to rip around a road course or just cruise to your
favorite car show, this is the one you want to own! Options include
power brakes, seat belts, limited slip rear, leather interior and
alloy wheels wrapped in radial tires.
1965 AC Cobra
Exterior Color:Monterey Red
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