AC Cobra kit with a real 427 Sie oiler shelby Replica as good as it gets

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Shelby
  • Model: AC Cobra Kit
  • Year: 1965
  • Mileage: 900
  • VIN: 9F03F194042
  • Color: Blue
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: 4 Speed Toploader
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Kirkland, Washington, United States


AC Cobra kit car: All components of this car are top quality

This is not a low end kit, its high quality the best of the best all the way

Super fast, super reliable, super fun

Vin # 9F03F194042 65 Cobra Replica

Midnight Blue (proper Ford Dupont F8249)

I have a complete binder with every detail of the paperwork on the build for this car – Build began in 2001 and completed in 2002 built on an ERA Square Tube frame/body

·Southern Automotive installed a real 427 Side Oiler motor that is a Blueprinted engine putting out 515HP and it even has Ported and Polished Aluminum heads and chrome Cobra Intake – yes I have the paperwork (Block has no welding and is not bored oversize)

oSteel Crank, Reed Solid Cam, Lemans Rods, Ford Powertrain Forged Pistons, High volume oil pump, Canton race oil pan and pickup, Billet Distributor, 90amp Alternator, Chrome Headers/side pipes – Firewall is also polished stainless

·Properly built Top loader 4speed with NASCAR Racing hardware (Muncie Rock crusher gearing)

oTilton Hydraulic Clutch and polished chrome scatter shield

·Ford 9 inch Posi Traction Rear end

Top Quality Instrumentation setup, Rack and pinion steering and 4 Wheel Disc Brake setup, balanced driveline,

·Steel framed Hi Grade Leather Seats by California Custom, Moto-Lita MK3 Classic Wood Rim Steering wheel, Top quality 4 core Griffin Radiator with dual fan setup

·MSD 6al Electronic Ignition and High Torque starter

·Wilton Wool Carpets

Engine Build and Transmission alone are a $25k build (with paperwork)

This 427 Side Oiler Engine is worth $25k all by itself

Then add The chassis, Suspension, Brakes, Body, Paint, etc. This car cannot be duplicated today for less than $85k and over $100k was spent to build this car – good luck finding a proper ERA correct 427 Side oiler Engine like this one!