Contemporary Classic Motor Car Company (Mamaroneck, New York) was renowned for producing one of the best engineered, & most ‘Legend-correct’ Cobra replicas ever. It kills me to post this, but after years of providing us with visceral driving adventures, today we need something with four seats for the family.
This former concours entrant, built in 1994, was returned to its original Street Version glory in 2006 with period-correct Smitty undercar (and muffled) exhaust, Shelby Navy Blue (PPG 5387) paint by none other than Bruce Bunn (Jodeco Auto Body, McDonough, Georgia), and upgraded to Peter Bayer–spec’d adjustable front coil-overs.
This drivin’ machine performs and rides great, the stance is perfect. It continues to be well maintained by Cobra Restorers with only 23,481 miles [38,000 km].
This blue beauty is registered as a “1965 Ford Roadster.” Here in Georgia, the registration also serves as the title.
—Beneath the Blue Bonnet—
‘Street-correct’ 428FE [Police Intercepter] engine
1966 Ford 428FE Police Intercepter engine (1966 block) outfitted with…
The ‘Dark Spectre’ in other drivers’ RV mirror
—In this Street Version Cockpit—
The cockpit in this Navy Blue reptile is outfitted with…
—Other Premium Features—
Rack & pinion steering. Wilwood SuperLite II 4-piston calipers. Front & rear Cobra emblems and side 427 emblems. Shelby-American VIN plate riveted on passenger foot well. Powder coated frame, powder coated suspension parts, adjustable height and rebound coil-overs on all four corners. Front & rear SS (stainless steel) bumpers w/uprights. Lucas Tri-bar headlamps.
You’ll get all this car’s maintenance records and owners manual.
This is a bona fide drivin’ machine that you can confidently put through its paces to your li’l heart’s desire. You’ll encounter no unpleasant surprises… only breathtaking driving adventures.
Serious inquiries only, please!
Located in Marietta (Atlanta), Georgia