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

Make: Shelby
Model: AC Cobra Kit
Year: 1965
Mileage: 900
VIN: 9F03F194042
Color: Blue
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: 4 Speed Toploader
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Kirkland, Washington, United States

1965 Shelby AC Cobra Kit Additional Info:

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)

o Steel 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)

o Tilton 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!