‘Stallion’ style 1965 427 Cobra
Guardsman Blue/WimWhite stripes
This serpentine street machine was manufactured by West Coast Cobra in 2013. It’s finished in rich Guardsman Blue with Wimbledon White LeMans stripes and accompanying trim stripes.
Its heritage and progenitor is the Kellison ‘Stallion.’ Jim Kellison’s Stallion was (is) 6” longer and 4” wider than the original Shelby reptile, for a more spacious cockpit, better stability, more-rigid chassis and a safer ride.
The engine is set about 5” further aft, which gives the car improved balance and better handling characteristics.
Registered under the coveted SB100 [California Senate Bill 100].
That means no smog certification, no California registration
hassles for the life of the car!
—Under the Bonnet—
Ford 385-Series 460 cid big-block V8
Custom polished water pump overdrive pulley; cooling system is designed and driven in 112° F [44° C] ambient temperature and city traffic without overheating. It could go even higher should you encounter the need.
Engine compartment extras:
—The (grand turismo) Cockpit—
—Body, Chassis, Suspension, Brakes—
—No donor parts were used in this premium build—
This extraordinary drivin’ machine boasts many more premium extras… too many to list. You get fully-detailed build sheets, build photos and all invoices and parts list in a 3-ring binder.
A full build sheet is available upon request.
This car is a bona fide beauty and has captured countless show awards… not to speak of endless ‘thumbs up!’
Moreover, this is the safest Cobra replica on the roadways, designed and built based on Jim Kellison’s design for high horsepower big-block power and occupant safety. This car is a “driver” built for cruising and fun. Swap the rear gears and you can have a hard-to-beat E-ticket menace-of-the-motorways.
What you see is what you’ll get… you’ll encounter no downside surprises.
This blue reptile has been serviced and pampered by locally-acclaimed
Clovis Auto House since 2013. Only the best.
Serious inquiries only, please!
Located in Fresno, California