Superformance 427SC Cobra
SP02464. Royal Blue/Arctic White stripes
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
8,500 miles [13,700 km] logged and fully sorted, updated and ready to go! “Ready status” Avon ‘BILLBOARD’ rubber, updated Cobra Valley upper rear R/T suspension mounts and a complete servicing including the replacement of the cooling system gaskets and thermostat. Carb tuned in March of 2020. You get every receipt and service record for the car’s entire life from the buildout options to the Certificate of Origin to the most recent service.
It needs nothing.
Click on the dashboard shot above to see an MP4 video clip of this serpent taking to the road. Or you can Click Here!
The clip, of course, has audio, so be sure to adjust your sound accordingly.
—Under the Hood—
Roush 427R/295-4 V8
The engine compartment componentry includes:
aluminum single-core hi-performance radiator and all-braided SS lines
3 qt. accumulator/overflow tank
thermostatically-operated [puller-mounted] electric fans with manual override
This engine is as happy to lope around town in second gear as it is to open it up on the highway. You’ll encounter no stalling, no issues with idle, low speed, high speed etc., any speed, any gear drivability.
—In this Legend-correct cockpit—
The Legend-correct cockpit in this Royal Blue reptile is outfitted with:
—Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
—Other Premium Particulars—
Always stored in a heated garage on a trickle charger, never driven in rain. Dialed in and ready to go in every regard.
Serious inquiries only, please!