The photographs you see on this page as accurately as possible reflect the way you’d see this car in person. You see, the photographer took the time to carefully follow this site’s Expert Tips for photographing this Cobra with his digital camera. Curt Scott
Everett-Morrison 427SC Cobra replica. Corinthian Blue/Aztec Gold stripes, saddle leather upholstery.
In very good condition—driven only occasionally. I have has logged only some 1,500 miles on this blue beauty [2,400 km] during the past 7 years.
—Under the Hood—
Internally-balanced Ford 427FE (stroked tp 451 cid), outfitted with early FE machined/combustion chambered heads equipped with SS valves, aluminum roller rockers and a Comp Cams camshaft; Arias forged pistons, polished & shot-peened police interceptor rods, Mallory dual-point distributor, and a high-pressure/ high-volume oil pump complete the inner workings. Brass overflow tank, as original. Cobra ‘LeMans’ cast aluminum ribbed valve covers.
CobraCountry’s stock closeup shot
of Ford 427FE side-oiler rib
—In the Cockpit—
Smiths Instruments blackfaced gauges, Le Carra steering wheel, alpine CD player/ Bluetooth. New Shelby chromed rims and tires. This car has always been garage-kept and pampered.
—The Bad News in Enzo’s Rearview Mirror—
New Shelby chromed rims shod with BFG ‘Radial T/A’ rubber.
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
Serious inquiries only, please!
Note: I should mention that my friend Ben Verleger photographed my Cobra for me. He has photographed several Cobras for this site, and he always carefully follows Cobra Country’s photography guidelines. Searle
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