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
E.R.A. 427SC Cobra #567, finished in original-correct Guardsman Blue and Wimbledon White LeMans stripes.
Engine built by legendary World Champion Jim Green, Green’s Performance, Monroe, Washington:
—Under the Bonnet—
1966 (C6AE) ‘cammer,’ Ford 427 side-oiler SOHC V8
The engine compartment componentry includes:
—CobraCountry’s stock photo of a side-oiler track—
—Shaun Goodwin’s closeup photo of this engine’s identifiers—
Click on the photo above to see it at a much larger size. This is the rear end of the C6AE engine block [photographed by me, Shaun Goodwin, before its installation into this Cobra]. It clearly shows the “H” (for “Holman Moody”) bas-relief bead-welded over Ford’s “66 427” identifier (both of which are upside-down on the casting).
—Coachwork & Trim—
—In this Legend-correct cockpit—
The cockpit in this Guardsman Blue reptile is outfitted with:
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
—Cranking up this thundering SOHC—
Above image is hotlinked to a video clip of this car and this
427 SOHC Ford engine being cranked up, idled and accelerated. Video opens
in a new tab, so just close the tab to return to this page.
This (1:03 min.) audio/video clip includes this SOHC engine running sounds, so be sure to adjust your volume accordingly before you click on the photo; then click the ‘Play’ arrow at the bottom to begin the video.
—“See Ya’ Later, Enzo!” view—
This blue beauty (a virtual clone of Jay Leno’s ‘cammer’ Cobra) is the real thing. These photos you see above are exactly what you’ll see in person. You’ll encounter no downside surprises.
Serious inquiries only, please!