Shell Valley 427SC Cobra
Rosso Corsa* Red/white stripes
I’m the third owner of this glistening Shell Valley Motors Cobra. It was originally assembled in 2002, and is painted Rosso Corsa Red (*Rosso Corsa: Italian for “Racing Red”) with white LeMans stripes and quarterstripes.
It has logged 7,171 loving and adrenaline-filled miles [11,500 km].
A bona fide thumbs up/crowd pleaser, ready for your next club show, cruise, rally or day trip.
—Under the Bonnet—
Ford Racing 351W
The engine compartment componentry includes:
*Heim joint [named after Lewis Rasmus Heim (1874–1964), American machinist and inventor of the Heim Joint Rod End Bearing and a pioneer of modern spherical, ball and roller bearings. Outside of North America, the Heim Joint is more widely known as the Rose Joint, after his Rose Bearings Company in the U.K.]. Thank you, Wikipedia.
The cockpit in this iconic road reptile is outfitted with:
The Rosso Red C-Rex
in Enzo’s rearview mirror
—Das Boot (the trunk)—
This li’l Rossa Red reptile has provided me with many miles of driving thrills, and has been treated with all the love and respect it deserves. It is awesome to drive, whether you take it out on city streets, hill country byways and switchbacks, or the open highway.
This driving machine is ready for you to drive, show, or just gaze at (which I still do!). It’s a no-holds-barred/muscle car of the motorways 427 Cobra that I’m offering for a reasonable price. You’ll encounter no disappointments, no unpleasant surprises, only exhilarating driving adventures!
Serious inquiries only, please!
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