427SC Cobra, SP03648
Titanium silver/Black Diamond
This roller arrived at Olthoff Racing in North Carolina and for its upcoming turn in line for completion; now it’s here in our shop. It is highly optioned with both twin stripes and pinstripes, tonneau cover, soft top, SS (stainless steel) quick jacks, SS surge tank, front air splitter and rear air diffuser, carbon fiber dash with glovebox, custom SpeedHut blackfaced gauges, leather steering wheel, double stitched interior, 18” polished American Racing knockoff wheels, polished aluminum spinners, headers & sidepipes [ceramic-coated black].
For an added personalized touch this car was ordered with “rivet delete” on both the hood and hood scoop.
This roller boasts all the standard features and exceptional build quality that Superformance cars are renowned for, including:
—Beneath the Bonnet—
What will you put under the hood?
Most people opt for a Roush 427SR powerplant, which is a rugged 351Windsor stroker engine generating 515 horsepower [presently about $17K], but really the only limitations are your imagination and budget. Consider a Jim Inglese 8-stack Weber carburetor system to give it that eye candy look, for an additional $6,500.
Transmission is generally the rugged new Tremec TKX 5-speed, which features improved internals to be able to handle shifting up to 7,800 rpm.
—tonneau or not tonneau—
(that is the question)
Cost of finishing a Cobra roller…
While this will vary greatly depending on where you put yourself on the spirited-to-wild scale, the average car costs right about $35K in addition to the cost of the roller to completion, so the average Cobra is coming in right about $115K these days.
Beat the price increase
The current price of a MkIII Cobra roller recently increased $10K to $75,900 plus options, but I still have cars in inventory that I acquired before the price increase and I’m still letting them go at the old price of $65,900 plus options.
Want a different color or options?
Place an order for a Cobra to be built to your exacting specifications. My next build spot is for a roller that will be completed in April of 2023. Build specs must be submitted to the factory No Later Than January 1st for next upcoming build spot for SP03741.
The Titanium roller featured on this page (SPO3648) as configured is $91,500
Serious inquiries only, please!
Bret Haughwout (pronounced
New England Cobras
Located in Clinton, Conecticut