Painted in Superformance Malachite green, this gorgeous roadster is
sure to turn heads while cruising the local strip.
Stainless steel is lavished throughout, including bumperettes,
hoops, and the overflow tank. This Superformance MKIII has
ceramic-coated headers and undercar exhaust, as well as pin drive
wheels with knockoffs wrapped in Mickey Thompson Sportsman
SP02594 has a 460 FE bored from a 390 mated to a Tremec 5-Speed
transmission. This FE features the classic Big Block look with dual
carburetors and black MSD distributor. Power Wilwood four-wheel
disc brakes and a locking gas cap are standard on this MKIII.
Inside the cockpit, SP02594 features a wooden Cobra steering wheel,
along with period correct gauges in the period correct dash layout.
The doors are secured by original-style carriage latches. All
openings, such as the engine bay, trunk and cabin are wrapped
around the steel subframe for increased strength and support. The
car features sumptuous black leather seats and the optional glove
This 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 the
legendary car, ensuring an authentic sports car experience.
Meticulously maintained, this MKIII comes with a tonneau cover, a
full top, bonus kill switch located in the trunk, and Cobra Logo
SP025941 is titled and registered in Pennsylvania with 13,600 miles
and available for $94,950. The vehicle is located at our Florida
1965 AC Cobra
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