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1965 Shelby Cobra Replica by Factory Five Racing

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VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
ASK: $47,900
Current Ask
PENDING SALE
Miles: 3,200

The AC Shelby Cobra’s story is a tale of a legendary transatlantic partnership. Designed by the independent British manufacturer AC Cars, the Cobra was first introduced in 1962. AC Cars would build, paint, and assemble cars (without the drivetrain) and ship them to Shelby in the US to do the finishing touches, drop the drivetrains in, and put them on sale. Early 1963 saw the MkII come into the market with a mechanically redesigned front end. The Cobra now had rack and pinion steering (with the steering rack from the MGB and the steering column from the VW Beetle), while retaining the transverse leaf spring front suspension. Most Shelby Cobras were fitted with Ford 289ci (4.7L) V8s. Several variants were developed for various types of motorsports, including the S/C (semi-competition) models, which were unsold race cars that were detuned and made road-legal to sell to the public. An original S/C is said to sell for as much as US$1.5 million today. Sadly, setbacks in motorsport and other factors resulted in the Cobra being a failure (financially) for both Carroll Shelby and Ford, leading to the discontinuation of the AC Shelby Cobra in 1967. Despite this, the Shelby Cobra has become a fan favorite, as seen by the number of replicas being produced even today like the one here produced by Factory Five Racing.

1965 Shelby Cobra Replica by Factory Five Racing

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
ASK: $47,900
Current Ask
PENDING SALE
Miles: 3,200

The AC Shelby Cobra’s story is a tale of a legendary transatlantic partnership. Designed by the independent British manufacturer AC Cars, the Cobra was first introduced in 1962. AC Cars would build, paint, and assemble cars (without the drivetrain) and ship them to Shelby in the US to do the finishing touches, drop the drivetrains in, and put them on sale. Early 1963 saw the MkII come into the market with a mechanically redesigned front end. The Cobra now had rack and pinion steering (with the steering rack from the MGB and the steering column from the VW Beetle), while retaining the transverse leaf spring front suspension. Most Shelby Cobras were fitted with Ford 289ci (4.7L) V8s. Several variants were developed for various types of motorsports, including the S/C (semi-competition) models, which were unsold race cars that were detuned and made road-legal to sell to the public. An original S/C is said to sell for as much as US$1.5 million today. Sadly, setbacks in motorsport and other factors resulted in the Cobra being a failure (financially) for both Carroll Shelby and Ford, leading to the discontinuation of the AC Shelby Cobra in 1967. Despite this, the Shelby Cobra has become a fan favorite, as seen by the number of replicas being produced even today like the one here produced by Factory Five Racing.

1965 Shelby Cobra Replica by Factory Five Racing

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
ASK: $47,900
Current Ask
PENDING SALE
Miles: 3,200

The AC Shelby Cobra’s story is a tale of a legendary transatlantic partnership. Designed by the independent British manufacturer AC Cars, the Cobra was first introduced in 1962. AC Cars would build, paint, and assemble cars (without the drivetrain) and ship them to Shelby in the US to do the finishing touches, drop the drivetrains in, and put them on sale. Early 1963 saw the MkII come into the market with a mechanically redesigned front end. The Cobra now had rack and pinion steering (with the steering rack from the MGB and the steering column from the VW Beetle), while retaining the transverse leaf spring front suspension. Most Shelby Cobras were fitted with Ford 289ci (4.7L) V8s. Several variants were developed for various types of motorsports, including the S/C (semi-competition) models, which were unsold race cars that were detuned and made road-legal to sell to the public. An original S/C is said to sell for as much as US$1.5 million today. Sadly, setbacks in motorsport and other factors resulted in the Cobra being a failure (financially) for both Carroll Shelby and Ford, leading to the discontinuation of the AC Shelby Cobra in 1967. Despite this, the Shelby Cobra has become a fan favorite, as seen by the number of replicas being produced even today like the one here produced by Factory Five Racing.

1965 Shelby Cobra Replica by Factory Five Racing

Current Ask
VERIFIED SELLER
PENDING SALE
$47,900
Current Ask
240617694
PENDING SALE
Miles: 3,200

The AC Shelby Cobra’s story is a tale of a legendary transatlantic partnership. Designed by the independent British manufacturer AC Cars, the Cobra was first introduced in 1962. AC Cars would build, paint, and assemble cars (without the drivetrain) and ship them to Shelby in the US to do the finishing touches, drop the drivetrains in, and put them on sale. Early 1963 saw the MkII come into the market with a mechanically redesigned front end. The Cobra now had rack and pinion steering (with the steering rack from the MGB and the steering column from the VW Beetle), while retaining the transverse leaf spring front suspension. Most Shelby Cobras were fitted with Ford 289ci (4.7L) V8s. Several variants were developed for various types of motorsports, including the S/C (semi-competition) models, which were unsold race cars that were detuned and made road-legal to sell to the public. An original S/C is said to sell for as much as US$1.5 million today. Sadly, setbacks in motorsport and other factors resulted in the Cobra being a failure (financially) for both Carroll Shelby and Ford, leading to the discontinuation of the AC Shelby Cobra in 1967. Despite this, the Shelby Cobra has become a fan favorite, as seen by the number of replicas being produced even today like the one here produced by Factory Five Racing.

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Engine and Drivetrain

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