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Lone Star Classics LS427. Ultra-premium PPG Lauderdale Blue Metallic paint/turquoise semi-ghost stripes under clearcoat with extra hardener. A real head-turner, outfitted with the best of everything. No donor parts. Built in 2003 at Lone Star’s factory with professional tools, supervision and direction.
Registered under the coveted SB100 [California Senate Bill 100].
That means no smog certification, no California registration
hassles for the life of the car!
—Under the Hood—
Ford A-351 Windsor V8
balanced, blueprinted and dyno-tested
Ford SVO build engine. One of the motorheads at Ford SVO advised, “If I had a Cobra, I would use an A-351 Windsor because it has the hottest roller cam with the exhaust ‘pop’ you want a Cobra to possess.”
When was the last time you encountered a Cobra engine with a 4“ deep K&N air cleaner? This was effected by exchanging the Edelbrock ‘Air Gap’ manifold for a lower-profile Torker II. This modification yields a flat torque curve that provides breathtaking right-off–idle power and throttle response.
Chassis dyno yielded 344 rear wheel horsepower which factors 430 flywheel horsepower—not bad for a Windsor on a 2,350 lb. [1,066 kilogram] drivin’ machine.
That’s a crotch-rocket motorcycle power-to-weight ratio! Real-world experience.
Performance: you can expect to turn high 10’s to low 11’s at 135 mph in the quarter mile.
Cockpit is generously outfitted with:
The view most other drivers see most often of this sleek li’l drivin’ machine in their rearview mirror.
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
AC Team III wheels & knockoffs: 10″ on rear [shod with Toyo 295/50Rx15’s]; 8″ on front [shod with with Dunlop P235/60Rx15’s]
The very attractive LS427 removable hard top comes replete with side curtains. Lone Star’s hard top has been judged as one of the most attractive in the industry.
This beauty is World Class in every respect; it has logged only
15,000 miles [24,000 km] and thus is in superb condition.
Serious inquiries only, please!