An automotive writer once characterized Shelby’s 427SC Cobra as “The megastar of musclecars.” This blue beauty fits that description.
That’s scenic Lake Isabella above—a big blue expanse of pure water on the (white water) Kern River—in the background. A terrific snake perched above a terrific lake… Lake Isabella supplies most of the municipal water for sprawling Bakersfield, about 40 miles [64 km] downstream.
Single owner since new. 10,000 miles [16,000 km] in 20 years. Rich PPG ‘Glasurit’ paint finish and clearcoat.
Always garaged and covered. Pampered. Purchased new, directly from Lance and Deborah Stander at Superformance.
—Beneath the Blue Bonnet—
CHP ‘D code’ 351 Windsor stroked to 427cid
The engine compartment componentry includes:
Oil filter changed every 100 to 500 miles or six months with Mobil 1 and K&N. Complete go-through 24 months ago with Tremec rebuild [including a Kevlar synchro upgrade], ignition wires, carburetor rebuild, fuel pump, battery, battery cables, Blue Dot headlights, oil pan and valve cover. All petroleum-based fluids and antifreeze replaced with premium synthetic fluids.
The cockpit in this splendid reptile is outfitted with:
Under the dashboard you can see the model 4.1 JL Audio multimedia stereo (with Bluetooth technology).
—Chassis, Susp, Brakes, Coachwork—
—SOLD (less than 12 hours after it went up)—
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