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    1967 Cobra


    ..Went to a good friends house last night for BBQ Moose Burgers. He told me that he wants to sell his 1967 Cobra with only 10,000 original miles. Not a factory original but not a kit, much better than a kit with many original Cobra parts. Due to an accident he has limited movement in his left arm so driving it is some what of a challenge. Those that know me know that I have had, driven and rode in some amazing fast cars including 60-70 Muscle Cars, new Generation Muscle Cars, Vettes, Porsches, etc. this is probably the fastest of them all. He is asking $55,000 for it. Description and pictures below.

    -1967 Cobra 427 with 485hp..weighs only 2200 lbs.
    -427 is 1966 FE Solid Lifter with twin 650 Holly Carbs. This was a brand new Cobra 427 crate engine when installed.
    -9" Ford 3.73 positraction staggered 4 link rear end.
    -10 bolt top loader 4speed.
    -Shell Valley Carbon Fiber Body "1967" and square tube frame with Coil over rear suspension.
    -66 Mustang rack and pinion front end.
    -Lincoln Versic Disc Brakes all around
    -glove box cover is signed by Carrol Shelby for its correctness.
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    Car Year, Make, Model: '32 Ford Hi Boy, '37 wildrod sedan

    I always laugh at Shelbys Glove box signing...My brother sent his GT-350 mustang clones glovebox door to Ol' Carrol Shelny back in 2006, along with his $60 fee to have it signed, came back with a signature and certificate of authenticty that he signed it also, had nothing to do with correctness he never saw the car, I guess its kinda hard to mail the hood!
    Carrol Shelby pimped his signature for whoever had a extra buck, gave the money to charity he said.
    Do your homework well on this one, its a common repoped car, like my '32 roadster, only worth as much as all the others that show up at the cruise night that look just like it just a different color combo, cool cars for sure, probably not bad on price if your going to build one but not a steal either, Almost all have a 427 in them or a 289 and done very close to original. Have fun but don't fall to hard for that signature!
    Why is mine so big and yours so small, Chrysler FirePower

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    WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED? Still have the car? Interested in a possible trade? '36 Chevy Master street rod, show and drive, 355 cu.in., 350 auto, 8.8 Ford box rear w/3.00 ratio, Mustang II, amazing paint and condition....if interested e-mail your contact info and I'll forward pics and all build info. ronthomas@cox.net, 870-688-1635

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