289FIA Cobra replica 
Pensky Racing Blue/Arctic White stripes
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289FIA Cobra replica by Hi-Tech Motorsports. Hand-laid fiberglass body with alloy hood. This 1964 289FIA Cobra is a splendid tribute to those spectacular original FIA racing machines.

California SB100 sticker banner for classic 1965 Shelby Cobra vehicle. Copyrighted custom graphic property of Crown Publishing Company, Inc.

—Under the Hood—
high-nickel–content Ford 347 cid ‘stroker’ V8Click on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.

Neil Ruegsegger (Danville, California)–built Ford 302″ high-nickel Mexico-produced small-block V8, bored & stroked to 347 cid [estimated 450 hp]. Fully balanced and blueprinted; the engine has logged only 4,000 miles [6,440 km].

It’s outfitted with: flowed & matched Edelbrock heads with roller rockers, Comp Cams roller camshaft with hydraulic lifters, Shelby hi-rise intake manifold, Holley 750 cfm 4-bbl carburetor, hi-torque starter, Aviad baffled oil pan, premium Belanger headers.

Engine bay and trunk are lined in aluminum just like the original track stars.

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—Gear Train—

  • Ford bellhousing
  • new aluminum flywheel
  • Ford T5Z 5-speed manual transmission
  • rugged Ford 9″ rear axle with 3.54:1 final-ratio gearing

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—Rolling Stock—

  • six-pin–drive knockoff FIA 15″ wheels
  • shod with Goodyear ‘Eagle’ GTII’ rubber [235/60Rx15″ front; 255/60Rx15″ rear] in good condition

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—Body, Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—

  • exacting reproduction of the original 289 roadster coachwork, frame, suspension, and steering
  • Girling brake master cylinder
  • Wilwood front disc brakes
  • T-Bird rear disc brakes with parking brake
  • 15-gallon [57-litre] aluminum baffled tank

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FIA-correct cockpit details:

  • SW (Stewart Warner) blackfaced instrument gauges
  • 289-style foot wells and trunk liner
  • 3-spoke aluminum hardwood-rimmed steering wheel
  • black-leather–upholstered bucket seats
  • driver & passenger safety harnesses
  • FIA-correct chromed rollbar

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This blue beauty is about the closest you can get to possessing and driving
an original Enzo-vanquishing 1964 289FIA Cobra.

    $55,000 obo

Serious inquiries only, please!

Contact

Dennis Peck

Located in San Ramon, California

650-307-2610 PDT (cell)

DMPeck@aol.com