The photographs you see on this page as accurately as possible reflect the way you’d see this car in person. You see, the owner took the time to carefully follow this site’s Expert Tips for photographing his Cobra with his digital camera. Curt Scott
This spectacular color combination is the perfect choice for those looking to avoid a run-‘o’-the-mill blue, red or bright red Cobra. Charged with a powerful Roush 402R engine delivering 506 horses and backed with a ruggedly-constructed Tremec TKO600 gearbox.
This drivin’ machine starts, runs, drives and handles magnificently, delivering lots of refined power for your grand touring driving adventures. Recent service in January included rebuilding the carburetor, new plugs, MSD distributor cap & rotor, and timing adjustment.
Professionally maintained and serviced; everything operates as you would expect. You’ll encounter no downside surprises. The sparkling Prism Red Metallic finish is in first-rate condition. Recently fully polished and detailed, overall condition is excellent with only the lightest wear showing.
Less than 500 miles [800 km] on the Nitto ‘NT555 G2’ high-performance rubber, installed this past September.
—Under the Hood—
Roush 402R Windsor stroker
The engine compartment componentry includes:
—In this gran turismo cockpit—
The cockpit in this Prism Red reptile is outfitted with:
—tonneau or not tonneau—
(that is the question)
This Backdraft Racing tonneau cover was professionally installed this past September (2019).
—The maroon menace
in Enzo’s rearview mirror—
—Where the Luggage Meets the Road—
—Other Premium Particulars—
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