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
1966 427S/C Cobra replica by E.R.A. [Era Replica Automobiles, in New Britain, Connecticut], ERA#642. If you’ve done your research you’re already familiar with ERA’s long-established reputation for building period-correct and robustly-constructed cars—the fit, finish and detail is unparalleled in the industry. ERA driving machines are almost universally adjudged to be The Gold Standard among Shelby Cobra replicas.
This sleek serpent has never been in the rain (or any other inclement weather), always garage-stored and fanatically cared for. If you’re in the market for a very high end 427S/C Cobra replica, this specimen merits your consideration. No effort and no expense was spared during the build. It’s a high-performance work of art and will provide you with miles and miles of smiles!
Street driven—no track time. The painstaking/perfectionist expert build consumed three years [almost to the day] from start to finish, from October 2001 until October 2004.
— Beneath the Bonnet—
521 cid Ford Racing big-block V8
650 horsepower/700 ft.lbs. torque
The engine compartment componentry includes:
Fuel Delivery system:
That polished SS insert on underside of hood [bonnet] reflects the engine compartment componentry.
—In this serpent’s Cockpit—
The cockpit in this Primal Red reptile is outfitted with:
—The Bad News in Enzo’s Rearview Mirror—
lick on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.
YouTube video link to the Flamethrower Exhaust in action: Click Here!
Custom fabricated sidepipe flamethrower has its own dedicated fuel delivery system that consist of:
I have this Flamethrower system disconnected right now, but it’s quite simple for you to reconnect and create some pretty fabulous moto-drama!
Serious inquiries only, please!