The photographs you see on this page as accurately as possible reflect the way you’d see this car in person. You see, the photographer took the time to carefully follow this site’s Expert Tips for photographing this Cobra with his digital camera. Curt Scott
427SC Cobra replica by JCF (John’s Custom Fabrication). DuPont Wimbledon White/metallic Mediterranean Blue LeMans stripes.
I purchased this fine serpent off of Cobra Country 11 years ago: it was one of the most rewarding car buys I’ve made to date (and I’ve made a bunch of drivin’ machine purchases). I’m parting with it only to facilitate my purchase of a second (vacation) home up at Lake Tahoe.
She had logged only 8,000 miles [<13,000 km] and in over 11 years, I’ve added another 7,000 miles of driving adventures.
Tracked on only one occasion (at Willow Springs), to give it an opportunity to run free just once, and on Willow’s splendid road course. Exhilarating.
—Under the Hood—
FORD NASCAR “Clevor” V8
(Cleveland heads, Windsor block)
delivers 425+ hp…
Engine compartment componentry on this “sound & fury” Clevor V8 includes:
It looks, sounds and performs like an FE big-block!
brief Video of this
thundering Clevor powerplant
This 48 second audio/video Vimeo clip demonstrates this “Clevor V8” engine running (mostly at idle), so be sure to adjust your volume accordingly before you click on the photo.
Then click the ‘Play’ arrow at the bottom to begin the video. Click anywhere in the video window to pause.
—In this Serpent’s cockpit—
That Ididit ‘smoothie’ tilt column should be required equipment on every Cobra!
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
Click on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.
Registered in California as a 1967 Ford and was built before the SB-100 law and is smog exempt.
You’ll get the documentation of this serpentine drivin’ machine from its inception.
You can confidently put this serpent through its paces the day you get it. It’s strong, reliable and oh, so much fun out on the country roads!
Serious inquiries only, please!