1965 Backdraft Racing Roadster

Indigo Blue/Arctic White stripes

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BDR964 (build Dec 2010), rich black leather upholstery. 4,300 gentle miles [6,900 km]. Excellent condition throughout.

Titled in Arizona as a 1965 Shelby. 

—Under the Hood—
Roush 427SR crate engine

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Roush 427SR crate engine, serial#928 [produces 519 hp/531 ft. lbs. torque].
You’ll get the Roush dyno sheet.

It’s outfitted with:

  • Dart block
  • aluminum heads
  • Edelbrock intake
  • Holley carburetor
  • oil cooler
  • Roush valve covers
  • ceramic-coated headers

The engine was ordered directly from Roush and built for this Cobra.

—Gear Train—

  • QuickTime steel safety bellhousing
  • Tremec T-56 6-speed transmission
  • McLeod hydraulic clutch
  • BMW E-36 independent rear suspension

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above: closeup of “Powered by Roush” hood scoop

—Gear Train—

  • gorgeous Halibrand-style 18” knockoff wheels
  • shod with Falken Azenis RT615K rubber

—The Cockpit—

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  • rich/supple black leather upholstery
  • Moto-Lita-styled hardwood-rimmed steering wheel
  • VDO blackfaced gauges
  • 4-point harnesses with Roush shoulder pads
  • electrical cutoff switch under dash, dual Raydyot mirrors
  • Vintage Air heater with defroster

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The Dark Spectre’ in Enzo’s rearview mirror

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You can see that this photo was taken back when the
 original steering wheel was still installed.

—Other Particulars—

  • complete 3M paint protection
  • chromed leg-guard/heat shield on each sidepipe
  • aluminum fuel tank
  • tonneau cover

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It would set you back more than $75k to recreate this beauty.

    $58,500 obo

Serious inquiries only, please!