Superformance MKIII SP01438 is a sports car fit for a king The
titanium paint is accented by a pair of blue stripes that give the
car an elegant and yet bold presence. The luxurious paint is
protected by a clear bra and both the rear and front of the car. A
chrome roll bar and quick lifts really shine, as do the silver
ceramic side pipes and headers.
SP01438 is powered by a 445 HP small block Windsor Ford that was
punched out to 392 c.i.d. and mated to a Tremec 5-Speed
transmission with an upgraded Jordan shifter. Grip is courtesy of
new Cooper tires. The car has a stainless steel stone guard for the
radiator and oiler cooler, while safety features include a driver
side shoulder harness.
This Superformance MKIII has a Limited Slip Differential and Power
Disc 4 Piston Wilwood Brakes. Other options include the Bilstein
coil-over shocks that sharpen the car's handling. The roadster also
includes the optional soft top, side windows and tonneau cover.
SP01438 has a rare Molto Lita wooden steering wheel along with
period correct Smiths Gauges with a Lucas Ammeter Gauge in the
period correct dash layout; to minimize weight, the glove box was
deleted. The doors are secured by original style carriage style
latches. All openings, such as engine bay, trunk, and cockpit are
wrapped around steel subframe for increased strength and support.
The dash is wrapped in leather, as are the steel framed seats that
have period correct webbing for comfort and elegant aesthetics. The
floor is adored with official Superformance floor mats.
The 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 cars, ensuring an authentic sports car experience.
SP01438 is titled as a 1965 Superformance in Virginia. With 24,205
miles SP01438 is available for $89,950.
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