-Superformance MKII Roadster, finished in Wimbledon White
Early production MII is an ode to the vintage racers of the
Wire wheels with chrome accents
-SPS0040 is powered by a Blueprint 302 small block
Mated to a Tremec TKO 5-Speed transmission
Silver ceramic headers give this lightweight MKII a smooth but
powerful exhaust note
Saddle leather interior
Bullet style side mirror
-Limited Slip Differential
4 Piston Wilwood Disc Brakes
As with the original "Slab Side" cars this roadster has period
correct transverse leaf springs to deliver an authentic ride
-Period correct Stewart Warner gauges with period correct dash
Doors are secured by original style carriage latches
Engine bay, trunk, and cockpit are wrapped around steel subframe
for increased strength and support
Dash is wrapped in leather, as are the steele framed seats with
period correct webbing for comfort and aesthetics
-The Superformance MII is a meticulously engineered and crafted
reproduction of the original, built under license from Carroll
Shelby Licensing, Inc.
No expense is spared in recreating these legendary cars, ensuring
an authentic sport car experience
-SPS0040 is titled under California SB100 Smog Exemption.
-Crevier Classic Cars is pleased to offer this unique
representation of the Classic Cobra
1965 Custom Cobra
Location:Costa Mesa, California
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