Backdraft Racing BDR359
Prism Red/
Bronze Mist stripes


Photo above is hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].

You're looking at a fine specimen of a pampered, low-mileage Backdraft Racing Roadster... only 4,600 miles [7,400 km] logged... and its flawless condition shows both inside and out. This immaculate machine has been meticulously maintained for its entire life.

This roadster sports a crate 392W from Ford Racing to hurl you down the road in rapid fashion and with solid reliability; it's fast and nimble. The paint and interior are in excellent condition and there is a clear vinyl protection on the entire front end and the rear fender quarters to protect the paint.

This sleek serpent is looking for someone to take her home to a new stable.

powerplant
Ford Racing 392 cid stroker Windsor V8

Ford Racing Crate 392 cid Windsor engine delivering 430 hp and 450 ft.lbs. torque. This li'l drivin' machine is easy to drive and delivers a good range of power. Built to specs by Ford Racing Performance Parts (FRPP).

—you get all the supporting paperwork—


Engine photo is hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].

This Ford Racing thruster is outfitted with:

  • Ford 392 cid (cast-iron block) Windsor stroker
  • FRPP GT40 aluminum heads and hydraulic roller rockers
  • high-performance roller cam
  • polished March pulleys & brackets
  • polished FRPP valve covers and COBRA air cleaner
  • chromed alternator & pulleys
  • high-volume oil pump
  • MSD ignition and billet distributor
  • FRPP black spark plug wires
  • ceramic-coated headers
  • SS (stainless steel) radiator hoses
  • Holley 'Street Avenger' 4-barrel carburetor

—you get all the supporting paperwork—


Another 3/4-frontal view, hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].

Gear Train

  • McLeod SFI safety steel bellhousing
  • FRPP heavy duty hydraulic clutch assembly
  • Tremec TKO600 5-speed gearbox
  • driveshaft (steel) safety loop

The Backdraft Cockpit


Above cockpit shot is hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].

  • rich dovetone leather upholstery [seating surfaces, instrument panel and door panels]
  • rich dovetone wool carpeting with dove edges
  • latch-lock/quick-release 4-point racing harness for driver & passenger
  • seat slider for driver's seat
  • VDO blackfaced instrument gauges
  • hardwood-rimmed steering wheel
  • windwings and sunvisors
  • chromed Raydyot style side-mount mirror on each side


Instrument panel shot above is hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].

Chassis, Suspension & Brakes

  • manual rack & pinion assembly
  • front & rear swaybars
  • power 4-wheel disk brakes
  • limited slip independent rear suspension [3.46:1 final ratio]
  • BMW E36 rear suspension (see below)

The Backdraft Racing chassis constructed from top grade 2"x4" rectangular steel tubing with 3mm wall thickness, reinforced with steel plates to add strength to high-stress areas [as shown in the illustration below]. Entire frame is powder-coated, adding to the overall appearance and helping to protect it from the environment and ensuring a long life.


above: line drawing of Backdraft Racing's BMW Series
3–based rear suspension


'Aerial broadside' shot above is hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].

Rolling Stock

  • 17" fully polished Team 3 aluminum wheels:
         rear wheels fitted with  Nitto NT555R extreme high-performance tires [315/35x17"]
         front wheels fitted with Nitto NT555R extreme high-performance tires [245/45x17"]


3/4-rear shot above is hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].


'See ya' later' rear shot above is hotlinked [same view, MUCH larger size].

Other Particulars

  • black vinyl cockpit cover (tonneau cover)
  • SS (stainless steel) quickjacks
  • SS sidepipes and heat shields
  • recently checked out and ready for for you to take onto the highways and byways


$48,000 obo

Serious inquiries only, please!

Contact:
James Yale
Radical Roadsters of Texas

(281) 804-5730 CDT (cell)
email:  JamesYale1@hotmail.com
Located near Houston, Texas, U.S.A.

The top-flight Cobra photography you see on this page was brought to you by James himself, using his splendid Nikon D3200 digicam and its standard 18–55mm zoom lens. James carefully followed CobraCountry's 'Cobra Photography Tips.'

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