Backdraft Racing BDR722
Salsa Red/Black Magic stripes
—Under the Hood—
Keith Craft 408 cid stroker V8
The engine compartment componentry includes:
—In this gran turismo cockpit—
The cockpit in this Salsa Red serpent is outfitted with:
You get both the windwings and chromed Raydyot style side mirrors on both sides. However, I drive without windwings for less wind noise and use 4” Terry Riebel billet aluminum peep mirrors pictured on the car which enable you to see everything behind you vs just partial views with those Raydyot mirrors. If you’re a purest you also have the option of installing the Raydyot billet aluminum mirrors and of course the windwings. You also get a padded full car cover (not shown) that I keep on the car even when it’s garaged.
—The crimson spectre in other drivers’ RV mirrors—
—Other Desirable Particulars—
14,632 miles [23,500 km]
Serious inquiries only, please!
28 August 2020: You can mark my Cobra SOLD! It’s on it's way to a Cobra enthusiast in the United Kingdom. Thanks to CobraCountry’s 'global market' reach, I am a happy camper! Willie Belter19 June 2020: Willie shot these great photos of his Cobra with just his Nikon Coolpix P100 digital camera. He carefully followed this site’s Cobra Photography Tips so you can see it as close as possible to the way you'd see this li’l beauty in person! CS
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