427SC Cobra, BDR1562
Sterling Grey/WimWhite stripes
Backdraft Racing 427SC Roadster, BDR#1562. Sterling Grey/Wimbledon White LeMans stripes.
Richly-appointed… and this pristine crowd pleaser has accumulated less than 5,600 miles [9,000 km] as of 6 August, 2021.
Titled in Pennsylvania as a 1965 Ford 2-door.
—Under the Hood—
Roush Racing 427IR [427cid stroker Windsor; delivers a robust & reliable 562hp/ 538ft./lbs.torque].
It’s outfitted with: Borla fuel injection manifold, upgraded Canton ‘Road Race’ oil pan, ceramic-coated headers. Powermaster 100-amp alternator and hi-torque Summit starter; March pulleys & brackets. Ford Racing 427 Cobra valve covers, SS coolant pipes, braided SS hoses, oversized (puller-mounted) electric cooling fan. Remote oil filter.
You also get the detailed build sheet, with dyno report.
—In this (gran turismo) cockpit—
In Backdraft’s occupant-friendly cockpit: fine black leather upholstery, vintage-style blackfaced gauges, rich black wool carpeting edged with black piping, 4-point racing harnesses for both driver & passenger, adjustable seat slider for driver seat. Windwings and sun visors, driver-side SS (stainless steel) chassis-mounted rollbar. 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, and there’s more legroom and kneeroom.
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