American Fiberglass Daytona Coupe
above is hotlinked (same view,
are the some of the particulars of this asphalt-kicking
cast-iron 1965 289" small-block Ford
photo is hotlinked (same view,
289 small-block, punched to 306 cid, outputting 400 plus horsepower
- Mallory distributor
1965 valve covers
- Aviaid oil pan
- Griffin radiator
- Lakewood scattershield
- Motorsport hydraulic clutch
8.8" rear axle, 4 bar setup, with 4.10:1 gear ratio
- Aldan coil-over adjustable
shocks, all four corners
- Watts linkage
jacksarray of 4 onboard air jacks that operate on external
80 psi, or nitrogen tank under spare tire in rear
- Wilwood rear disc brakes
front disc brakes
view of the cockpit is hotlinked (same view, larger size).
instrument gauges (with 'correct' 180 mph reverse-reading speedo)
- Moto-Lita hardwood-rimmed
A/C, concealed behind dash
Deist safety harness
shifter with correct Ford Mustang reverse-lockout shift
- Lexan slider side
rear window with blue tint (no distortion)
- Halibrand genuine knockoff
wheels, fitted with:
- Goodyear P235/60R15 front
- Goodyear P275/60R15 rear
closeup chassis-plate shot is hotlinked (same view, larger size).
3/4-rearview view shot is hotlinked (same view, larger size).
also get all the receipts and documentation, including hundreds
headers & sidepipes
- Lucas lights
- Tri-bar headlights
of photographs shot during the four years of build.
3/4-front view shot is hotlinked (same view, larger size).
cover shot of (August, 2006) KCB Magazine is hotlinked
(view of the car elevated on its onboard jack stands from the
magazine's Contents Page).
a hotlink to page 1 of the magazine's cover feature story: Click Here!
a hotlink to page 2 of the magazine's cover feature story: Click Here!
Here's the undercarriage showing the how those marvelous onboard/built-in
are installed. They also operate from an 80-psi nitrogen tank
the spare tire in the rear.
car was built by Jack Kube of NAF (North American Fiberglass),
longtime builder of Cobra replicas. It consumed over four years
to complete. Today it has logged only approximately 300 miles.
Great pains were taken to render this blue beauty absolutely
correct to the original Shelby car #2601. If you're looking for
an absolutely dead-on reproduction of an original Brock/Shelby
Daytona Coupe, this is the drivin' machine for you.
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