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
1965 427SC Shelby Cobra replica (2009). Manufactured by West Coast Cobra.
No expense spared on this spectacular serpent: ultra-rich Cobalt Blue Candy multi-stage paint (three coats of silver, 12 coats of blue, 8 coats of clear) with White Pearl stripes.
—Under the Hood—
Powered and accessorized via Ford 466 cid big-block V8 [600 horsepower balanced/blueprinted] short block.
It’s outfitted with: a 750 cfm Quick Fuel ‘Super Street Series’ carburetor [electric choke], Edelbrock aluminum heads/ Edelbrock ‘Performance’ intake, Crane ‘High Energy’ rocker arms, MSD ignition. Custom headers and sidepipes with professional heat-resistant coating by Swain Tech in matte black.
—In the Cockpit—
In West Coast’s grand touring–outfitted cockpit…
Cooper ‘Cobra’ premium rubber [265/50Rx15″ front; 295/50Rx15″ rear] mounted on 15″ Team Three custom brushed aluminum racing wheels.
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
Rectangular tubular (mild) steel chassis, engineered for big-block power, with double side-impact rails in the doors and hinges, makes for one of the safest and roomiest cockpits in the industry.
Custom shocks at all four corners with disk-brakes. Two full-chromed and fully-functional rollbars [one behind each seat].
At 6″ longer and 4″ wider wheelbase with a rugged 9″ Ford rear, this blue beast provides far more legroom and smoother ride than any other Cobra replica.
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