The photographs you see on this page as accurately as possible reflect the way you’d see this car in person. You see, the owner took the time to carefully follow this site’s Expert Tips for photographing his Cobra with his digital camera. Curt Scott
Shell Valley 427SC Cobra replica, SVX16071. Lexus Indigo Blue Pearl Metallic/Viper Silver metallic stripes.
Professionally built in 2011; runs on premium pump gas. Driven only a little over 1,400 miles [2,250 km].
With its Keith Craft–built 427/482 correct V8 slide-oiler and surrounding engine compartment it’s always a head-turner and a crowd pleaser at any carshow.
No expense was spared in this magnificent build.
Keith Craft–built 427FE
stroked [482 cid] sideoiler
[delivers 610 robust horsepower]
This world-class engine and engine compartment are outfitted with…
Many engine and engine bay parts and components chromed
and polished… including even the dipstick!
QuickTime steel safety bellhousing
McLeod hydraulic clutch system
Ford 9” rear end [3.50:1 ratio]
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
Haulmark A2010 [20 ft. low-profile], dual-axle enclosed car hauler trailer is available to purchase that is set up for this Cobra
I will miss this Indigo Blue beauty… the swaggering persona… the innumerable ‘thumbs up!’ from other passing vehicles, the shouts of ‘Nice car!,’ and the groups of people who wait to hear the menacing rumble of the engine starting up after a carshow has ended.
As with most things in life that I care about and are not around anymore, I am surely blessed to have spent that time with this car. Besides myself, I was glad to meet other people who could appreciate and enjoy that there were virtually no corners cut or expense spared with this magnificent build. It is time for someone else to have that experience.
Serious inquiries only, please!