427SC Cobra replica finished in traditional British Racing Green, completed in 2003 by Cobra Fibercraft, a small (and highly respected) custom shop in Chatsworth, New Jersey. It has logged 5,250 miles [8,450 km], and is in excellent condition throughout.
There are sports car buffs who will tell you that green may be the colour that Ireland claims as ’er own, but good ol’ British Racing Green is an emerald hue that British sports cars can similarly claim title to. And BRG burnished with a hint of metallic, as you see on this custom road rocket, subtly edges up the timeless eye appeal of BRG.
Paint finish specifics: 1 coat primer, 2 coats color, 2 coats clearcoat
—Beneath the Emerald Bonnet—
351W stroked to 396 cid
The engine compartment componentry includes:
Powered by a 1969…one of the most preferred years (1969–’71)… Ford 351 Windsor fitted with a 396 cid Speedway stroker kit. Aluminum Edelbrock ‘Performer RPM’ heads, Lunati hot street cam, safety steel bellhousing, MSD electronic ignition, dual electric cooling fans, Holley 670 cfm ‘Street Avenger’ carburetor.
Engine is dressed with Cobra finned cast aluminum valve covers and topped with a period-correct Stelling & Helling 8-1/2” air cleaner.
Power is processed through a safety steel bellhousing, a rugged [and Legend-correct] Ford 4-speed toploader gearbox and an equally rugged Ford 9” rear sporting a 3.70:1-ratio differential.
—In this serpent’s Saddle Tan Cockpit—
The cockpit is outfitted with:
—Putting the Pedal to the Metal—
The Bad News
in Enzo’s Rearview Mirror
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
—Where your Luggage Meets the Motorways—
below: The Drivin’ Machine that
put the asp onto the asphalt)
This British Racing Green drivin’ machine imparts a crisp, classic sports car persona. Inspired by a chance encounter with a BRG 1959 AC Bristol, the builder has given a subtle nod to the drivin’ machine that started it all.
Elegant coachwork, exhilarating acceleration and nimble handling, in concert with exhaust melody evidencing raw power, this is a head-turning/crowd-pleasing beauty.
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