Specialty Motor Cars
427SC Cobra
BRG/Arctic White stripes

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head-on frontal shot#1 of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by ownerClick on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.

1966 Shelby AC Cobra replica, by SMC [Specialty Motor Cars] of Fayetteville Arkansas. This serpent was built in the mid-1990s; I purchased it April 2003. I put just under 1,000 miles per year on average. This car was built by SMC as a rolling chassis. It’s very well balanced with 1,260  lbs. on the steering axle, and 1,360  lbs. on the rear axle, for a total of 2,640  lbs.

The finish is British Racing Green, that, as BRG typically color-shifts in varying light, appears much darker in the shade, but the beauty comes out in the sunlight to show off the stunning emerald essence, much in the manner of a “mystique” type paint. You can witness some of the color variations in the photos on this page as we shot it in differing angles and intensities of sunlight.

Beneath the bonnet is a 5.7-liter electronic-fuel–injected Corvette LT-1. This provides a more modern fuel-injected powerplant  with a RestoMod geartrain. It’s supplemented with Scott’s, dual electric cooling fans [pusher mounted].

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—Beneath the Bonnet—

Chevy Corvette LTx V8 engine photo (from driver side) of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by owner
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3/4-frontal shot#1 (from driver side) of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by ownerClick on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.

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—Gear Train—

  • heavy-duty racing clutch
  • rugged Borg Warner six-speed manual transmission
  • Accurate Machine Products (AMP), Jaguar XK2000 Salisbury IRS rear end

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—The Cockpit—

dashboard shot#1 (from driver side) of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by ownerClick on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.

The cockpit is outfitted with…

  • tilt-adjustable steering column
  • genuine Moto-Lita hardwood-rimmed steering wheel with COBRA logo center horn button
  • VDO period-correct blackfaced gauges
  • slide-adjustable driver seat

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dashboard shot#2 (from center of car) of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by owner

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3/4-frontal shot#2 (from passenger side) of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by owner

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The ‘Dark Stalker’
in Enzo’s rearview mirror

head-on frontal shot#2 of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by ownerClick on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.

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—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—

  • Ford Motorsport rear disc brake conversion kit
  • Quick Set ‘Silver Bullet II’ rear adjustable coil-over shocks
  • Quick Set ‘Silver Bullet II’ front shocks

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3/4-frontal shot#3 (from passenger side) of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by owner
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The View Most Other Drivers Will See
of this lean, green drivin’ machine

head-on rear shot of British Racing Green 427SC Shelby classic Specialty Motor Cars Cobra for sale by ownerClick on the photo above to see it at a much larger size.

Come and see this emerald-green, muscle-bound beauty: it drives like a road rocket on a rail!

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    $44,800 obo

Serious inquiries only, please!

Contact

Drew Palmer

Located in Tucson, Arizona

520-256-6814

DSPgroup12400@gmail.com

 The fine serpentine photos you see above were shot by Drew Palmer with the aid & assistance of his photographer friend Chris Mooney. Chris used his Nikon Z7 mirrorless digicam fitted with a Nikkor 24–70mm short zoom lens and a powerful flash unit. Jolly good camera work! CS