1965 Backdraft Racing 427SC Roadster, BDR#0907. Titanium with Onyx Black LeMans stripes.
This pristine beauty has accumulated less than 2,800 miles [<4,700 km].
—Under the Bonnet—
Ford Racing 392″ Windsor stroker
Ford Racing 392 cubic inch “stroker” Windsor; delivers a robust & utterly reliable 430 hp/ 450 ft.-lbs. torque.
It’s outfitted with: ceramic-coated headers, GT-40 aluminum heads, MSD solid-state ignition, Powermaster 150-amp alternator and Hi-Torque starter; March pulleys & brackets. braided SS hoses with AN (aerospace standards) fittings, power steering via a Mercedes ‘A-Class’ electric power steering pump.
above: this Ford Racing engine as it’s displayed in the Ford Racing catalog.
The silver spectre
in other drivers’ RV mirrors
—In this (gran turismo) cockpit—
The cockpit in this iconic road reptile is outfitted with:
The Backdraft Racing cockpit is a bit more spacious than most other Cobras, enhancing your driving and touring comfort. Taller drivers can easily slip behind the wheel of a Backdraft Cobra, with more legroom and knee room than other Cobras offer.
You’ll encounter no downside surprises with this sleek silver road rocket, only breathtaking driving and touring adventures.
Serious inquiries only, please!
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