Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present a beautiful piece of...Read more
Just Toys Classic Cars is very proud to present a beautiful piece of muscle car history. Before you is a 1969 Plymouth GTX tribute. The GTX was an absolute street beast back in the day and this car is a fine example of that beast. The Plumb Crazy Purple paint and black stripes are absolutely miles deep. Now, we know that this color was first introduced in 1970 and Plymouth actually called it In-Violet, but it looks absolutely stunning on this car. The fit and finish are absolutely stellar and if you saw it at a show, and especially if you are a Mopar nut, then you just have to run over and take a look at this car.
Now that you have walked around and just about ready to drool all over it, you ask to pop the hood. When you do, you see a glorious 440 stuffed between the fenders. To some people they liked this motor better than the Hemi, but that argument is for another day. No, this car was not born with the 440 you see, but this is a tribute to the type that you could have purchased back in the day. This motor has had about 10,000 miles on it since this car was done. So, the miles you see on the odometer is what is really on the chassis. We know that you can hardly contain yourself at this point. You have to run around and open that driver door and get ready to have the time of your life in this car.
Now, you open that big door and slide yourself in to the extremely comfortable bench seat, yes not everything in the muscle car era had buckets, and get yourself ready to let this baby loose. You look around and get yourself familiar with everything, and as you will see in the pics, everything is in great shape. No rips or tears in the dash or headliner, and all of the gauges are easy to read. So, give that gas pedal a couple of pumps and hit that key. You are now having a hard time wiping that ear to ear grin off of your face as you hear that 440 come to life through the Flowmaster exhaust underneath. Okay, now make sure that nobody is in your way, and drop that 727 automatic transmission in to drive and go have the time of your life and burn a little rubber off of the 295x50's tucked underneath the rear quarters.
You can not be a shy person and own a car like this because everywhere you go, people are going to want to stop you and talk about it. You better also get your thumbs loosened up for all the thumbs up you will be giving and receiving. This is just one awesome ride that you need to have in your garage asap. You are going to be the envy of folks at your next car show and cruise night. We offer classic car financing for those of you that would like to take advantage of the option. They give you great rates and terms, and allow you to pay your baby off when you want to. We look forward to speaking with you soon, and we look forward to making you the newest member of the Just Toys Classic Cars family.Read less
caprice 396 numbers matching turbo 400 transmission factory a/c barn...Read more
caprice 396 numbers matching turbo 400 transmission factory a/c barn find extremely solid with mostly original patina paint runs great
only asking 8700
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Displaying only 5,459 original miles, this 2014 Panamera S E-Hybrid...Read more
Displaying only 5,459 original miles, this 2014 Panamera S E-Hybrid wraps a high tech, performance-minded powertrain in classy, ‘old world’ luxury. If you’re looking for a cool modern car that’s comfortable, sporty and virtually guaranteed to be exclusive, here’s a technological tourer that’s just your style! Dressed in a classy coat of Agate Grey 2-stage, there’s no doubt this swoopy saloon puts a fresh twist on a traditional favorite. The car’s pristine body has been meticulously pampered and protected since it rolled off Porsche’s Leipzig, Germany assembly line. Fit and finish are the typical, high quality stuff you’d expect from a flagship automaker. And today, only two years in to life, it rolls as one of the coolest cruisers on the planet! Naturally, that visual testosterone is backed up with plenty of muscle from the engine room. Benefitting from a concise combination of combustion and electricity, this well-equipped S features a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Powertrain that twists 416 horsepower into 435 lb./ft. of torque. Thanks to Porsche’s excellent engineering, that motivation feels both strong and steady. And all those stellar numbers add up to a jumbo-size land rocket which is capable of brisk 5.2-second 60 MPH sprints and a top speed of 168. The car’s independent front and multi-link rear suspension is augmented by adaptive air struts, extensive use of aluminum and the adoption of both Porsche Stability Management and Porsche Active Suspension Management. Torque flows from the smooth powertrain to an 8-speed Tiptronic S transmission. And at the corners of the floor, slotted rotors, which slide through beefy 4 and 6-piston calipers, ride behind 20-inch Panamera Sport wheels and sticky Pirelli P Zeros. Highly civilized and extremely potent, this clean Panamera is a no-compromises exercise in world class touring. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information!Read less
From its original, 327 cubic inch L79 V8 to its correct silver over...Read more
From its original, 327 cubic inch L79 V8 to its correct silver over silver color combination, this 2-owner Sting Ray stays true to its roots in almost every way. If you’re in the market for an impressive C2 that looks good, drives great and can hold its own on the show field, they don’t get much better than this! Bolted together at GM’s storied St. Louis manufacturing facility in the summer of 1966, this slick Vette is the kind of cool classic that you can look at and virtually sense top-notch caretaking. Never parked and forgotten about, the car was originally sold to a nurse who lived in Erie, Pennsylvania. After several years of cruising in the summer and garaging in the winter, that nurse decided to pass the car to its second and current owner. And in 1992, still solid and well-kept, this Chevy benefitted from a detailed, body-on restoration that was completed by Flashback Vintage & Classic Automobile Restoration of West Chicago, Illinois. Tilt the car’s lightweight hood and you’ll find an original, 327 cubic inch L79 V8 that hangs a familiar 3858174 casting number behind a correct “HT” suffix stamp and matching partial VIN. Behind that mill, an original Muncie 4-speed hangs a familiar 3885010 casting number and Muncie (P) assembled on July (07) 15th (15) build stamp opposite a matching partial VIN. At the ends of the car, a requisite double A-arm front and independent rear suspension is completely sorted down to its tough JRS leaf, standard manual steering and lucid KYB shocks. At the corners of those floors, standard disc brakes mix good handling characteristics with quick and solid stops. And aluminum, turbine-style wheels twist 215/70R15 Goodyear Regatta whitewalls around patriotic knock-off spinners. Corvettes are great cars to own, and this 2-owner roadster is a first rate classic that’ll serve you well both on the road and at the show! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information.Read less
In the spring of 1966 John Enlund III, a Cloquet, Minnesota native,...Read more
In the spring of 1966 John Enlund III, a Cloquet, Minnesota native, decided that his 1965 Tri-power GTO just wasn’t fast enough. So, on Thursday, May 12th, he headed to Larson Chevrolet to trade almost even for this beastly Chevy Biscayne. John thought, rightfully so, that Chevrolet’s L72 427 could be a lot of fun in the blue collar brand’s most blue collar offering, and he spent much of the next year enjoying his new toy at local drag strips. In June of 1967, when John headed to Vietnam to defend our freedom, the Biscayne found its second owner in 20 year old Leroy Levens. Still wet behind the ears, Levens threw a few go fast pieces on the car and promptly blew its original engine. Luckily, a service replacement block was located and Levens, honing his racing skills on both the road and track, eventually blistered the strip with a best time of 12.69 @ 106MPH. As the years passed, Levens continued to back the car out of the garage for sunny day joyrides and, eventually, coordinated a frame-off restoration which included a roster of NOS components. In 1986, sporting fresh Tuxedo Black lacquer, the Bisquick caught the eye of New Jersey resident Joseph Fasano. And, after 24 months of negotiations, Fasano purchased the car and promptly detailed it to factory-correct guise using many dated components. The next 25 years included a lot of time on the trailer, many award-winning appearances at Super Chevy shows and a couple hundred miles of careful road time. And, circa 2013, the car was purchased by its current, Ohio-based owner who spent $7,000 and 300 hours freshening its original sheetmetal and smooth lacquer paint. Pop the wide hood and you’ll find a fully detailed, date-correct L72 427. Behind that mill, an era-correct Muncie feeds a familiar GM 12-bolt. And under that capable drivetrain, a rebuilt F41 sports suspension centers manual steering between 4-wheel drum brakes. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome Chevy!Read less
What’s the right recipe for the baddest muscle car on the planet? Start...Read more
What’s the right recipe for the baddest muscle car on the planet? Start with a 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle hardtop coupe. Then add the most aggressive paint job they ever put together. Add in a custom power bulge hood. And drop in a 454 big block V8. Either you can go scouring the country for all these components, or you can just pick this car for a surprisingly affordable price and go burn up the streets tonight.
For many, this is the last of the great Chevelle coupes. 1972 was final year for the pillarless hardtop design. The new federal bumper laws were not in effect, so those big chrome kings fit much snugger to the body, and the rear one still houses the taillights in a very cool way. As the last of the great ones, this custom coupe sends off the second generation Chevelle with an impressive bang. Flame Orange is the correct color for this car. It’s very similar to the iconic Hugger Orange, but it has a deeper metallic element to make an even greater impact in the sunlight. When the glossy black SS stripes and coordinating black vinyl roof are added, the impression is a mix of premium and aggressive that is always memorable. Or maybe it’s the hood pins, correct SS wheels, SS badging, and the custom 4-inch cowl induction hood that make the whole package a true standout.
Inside is everything you love in a classic Chevelle with one very key addition that you see the moment you open the door. The front bucket seats have been donated from a much more modern machine. It’s not the most obvious addition visually because the stitching coordinates with the rear bench and the SS embroidery on the seatbacks. But the moment you sit down, the modern bolstering let’s you body know this has all-day comfort. In between is a desirable center console with the iconic horseshoe shifter that makes this coupe really feel like a Super Sport should. It has all the right features for the driver, including the grippy sports steering wheel, and the proper round gauge dash with tach. Plus, there are all the authentic pieces that you love to see in classic cars like the hear/defrost sliders and the original AM/FM radio. But your favorite interior toy will undoubtedly be the gas pedal, which will let you play with the rumble from the dual exhaust.
Under that big hood is a big motor. Chevy’s famous 454 big block V8 looks dressed to impress with the tidy presentation, bright valve covers, and large air cleaner that proudly announces the engine’s dominant size. But more than just style, this has the substance of a large four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and long tube headers. Backing up this powerplant is the reliability of an aluminum radiator with electric fan, and a stout GM three-speed automatic transmission. Keeping you in control on the road is the security of front disc brakes with drilled rotors, and the grip of BF Goodrich T/A tires at all four corners.
This Chevelle is a turnkey intimidation machine. And it’s also a true classic that comes with documents like the original owner’s manual. So yes, this is the best of the last great Chevelles, and since it’s at a price that’s easy to take home right now, you might want to hurry and stake your claim. Call today!!!Read less
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Complete with an...Read more
**New Arrival, more photos and video coming soon!
Complete with an "Air Grabber" Hood, "Voice of Road Runner" horn, and "Lime Light" paint this Road Runner may not have left the factory with a Hemi and a 4-Speed, but thanks to some hard work this car now has the sought after 426 Hemi under the hood. The interior has custom bucket seats up front and in the back replacing the rear bench seat. The seats and custom door panels are adorned with the infamous road runner logo, and a pistol grip shifter and matching steering wheel round out the interior. The exterior of the vehicle has been repainted in the eye catching Lime Light color, this car left the factory wearing Light Gold paint with a black vinyl top. The 426ci Hemi is an upgrade from the original factory specs of this car. The car originally left the factory with a 383ci 4-BBL V8 connected to a Heavy Duty Automatic that pumped out 335 horsepower. The 383 is nothing to sneeze at and was definitely capable of propelling the car down the road quickly......then there is the 426 Hemi. The Hemi was a pricey option at the time, but for the extra money spent, you were looking at over 400 horsepower. With the installation of the Hemi in this Road Runner, a Air Grabber hood was installed. The Air Grabber hood was standard with the Hemi cars and available on the 440 cars.
R= Plymouth Belvedere/Satellite, Road Runner
M= Medium, Road Runner (Medium refers to "Price Class")
21= 2-Door Coupe
N= 383ci 335 horsepower V8, 1 4BBL Carburetor
A= Lynch Road, Michigan Assy. Plant
183809= Prod. Sequence #
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V1X= Black Vinyl Roof
FY4= Light Gold Ext. Color
M2X9= Trim: Optional Decor Group. Black Vinyl Bench Seat
TX9= Black interior door frames
C17= December 17 Build Date
E63= 383ci 4 BBL V8
D32= Heavy Duty Automatic Transmission
RM21= Plymouth Belvedere/Satellite, Road Runner 2-Door Coupe
NOA= 383ci 4BBL V8, 335hp. Lynch Road Mi. Assy. Plant
389ci V8** 4-Barrel Carb** Black Vinyl Bucket Seats** Console with...Read more
389ci V8** 4-Barrel Carb** Black Vinyl Bucket Seats** Console with Tach**
We are happy to offer this true GTO that is in good, solid condition for sale.
The body of this GTO is in great shape, although it has received a complete color change quite some time ago. Now black, the car left the Pontiac Michigan Assembly plant in late November of '65 in Reef Turqoise. Body panels line up well, chrome is clear, and lights and lenses are in great shape. The trim tag on this vehicle also tells us that it did indeed leave the factory with the GTO option.
The mostly original interior features carpet and upholstery that is in very good condition all around. The black vinyl bucket seats, center console with tachometer, and AM Radio are just a few of the factory options that this car has.
The engine is the standard 360 horsepower, 389 cubic inch GTO engine with a 4 barrel carburetor.
2= Pontiac Division
37= Tempest/ LeMans
37= Hardtop Sports Coupe
P= Pontiac Michigan Assy. Plant
134822= Production Sequence #
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ST 65- 23737= 1965 Hardtop Sports Coupe
TR 213= Black Vinyl
PON= Pontiac, Mi. Assembly Plant
Paint K-K= Reef Turquoise Upper & Lower Body
P= AM Radio
N= GTO Option
AN IMMACULATE MERCEDES C220 CDI - DONT LET THE HIGHER MILEAGE PUT YOU...Read more
AN IMMACULATE MERCEDES C220 CDI - DONT LET THE HIGHER MILEAGE PUT YOU OFF - DRIVES AND LOOKS LIKE 1/10TH OF THE KMS
- Metallic Silver with Black Leather Interior
- Electric Seats
- Dual Climate Control
- Bluetooth Phone Connectivity
- Cruise Control
- Front and Rear Parking Sensors
- CD Radio
- Automatic Headlights
- On Board Computer
Located in Perth, WA - we pride ourselves with over 40 years automotive experience. And with Finance, Insurance, Parts Guarantee, Trade-ins welcome, Specialist Servicing, Australia Wide Warranty and Roadside Assistance all available as part of our commitment, you can buy in complete confidence.
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You are viewing a remarkable 1966 Corvette Factory 427/425HP Roadster....Read more
You are viewing a remarkable 1966 Corvette Factory 427/425HP Roadster. This car is documented by the original Protect-O-Plate which denotes the car as a True "IP" Code engine with 425HP. The car has just benefited from a no expense spared Frame-Off Restoration to the highest standards. This is like a new car all over again! This highly desirable Corvette has the original numbers matching 427 engine. The car is all color codes correct as well. The car is finished in the gorgeous Rally Red with Black Convertible top and Interior. The car has some great options as well including the low production 427 IL code 425HP engine, 4-Speed transmission, Posi-traction rear end, Power steering, Power Disc brakes, Power Antennae, Tinted Glass, Knock-Off wheels, Gold Line tires, side exit exhaust system, Am-Fm Radio, Wood Grain wheel, Telescopic Steering column, and Seat belts.
This car has benefited from a no expense spared Frame Off Restoration restored to the highest standards. The frame was powder coated and reassembled. All mechanical components have been rebuilt. Concourse attention to detail along the way. All gauges were restored. This car is a very rare and correct 427 Roadster that is ready for your next event. This is one of finest 427 Roadsters available today. Call us today as this special Corvette will be a wonderful addition to any collection.Read less
The Ford Bronco built its reputation on reliability, utility and...Read more
The Ford Bronco built its reputation on reliability, utility and toughness. They have fallen into favor among enthusiasts and collectors worldwide. Early Ford Broncos have been the choice of 4X4 enthusiasts since the mid 60's. Their smaller size, overall ruggedness, versatility and Americana design has captured the attention of purists and performance builders alike for decades.
This awesome 1978 bronco is one tough truck. It is slightly customized as you can see. The previous owner made the cab area fully enclosed, with two bucket seats that are in great shape. There is a aftermarket CD player and there also a center counsel. The paint inside the cab is nice and shiny. The tailgate glass was removed and everything was filled in. There was a rear seat added with a roll bar. The 351M engine and automatic transmission were said to have been rebuilt and it sounds very healthy. Upon taking it for a road test, this truck handled great. There was a new steering rack recently installed. The lights and gauges work as well. The entire exhaust system is new, starting with headers, a x pipe between the dual pipes, and new mufflers. The exterior paint shows well as does in the engine bay as it is all painted up as well. Equipped with Posi-track. The frame was painted and looks good. All the bushings under the truck were replaced with new polyurethane bushings. The 33x12.50 tires have plenty of tread and are ready to rip and shred. Don't miss your opportunity to own this affordable and powerful classic SUV.
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GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans...Read more
GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 2002 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6 Convertible for purchase. GM felt forced to start their F-body platform when the sales of the Ford Mustang were surprisingly off the charts. The Pontiac Firebird, alongside the Chevy Camaro, was born in 1967 and ran to 2002. Pontiac was the “excitement” division for GM and the Trans Am added even more of such to the Firebird. The Trans Am was a specialty package for the Firebird typically upgrading handling, suspension, and horsepower as well as appearance modifications such as hoods, spoilers, fog lights, and wheels. Trans Am is a trademark so GM actually paid $5 a car to the SCCA. These muscle cars spanned generations, but always kept up the thrill of driving. This consistency led them to be features in popular culture all over the place including Smokey and the Bandit, Knight Rider, and more.
This is a 2002 Firebird Trans Am WS6 in stunning showroom condition with exceptional low miles (under 3,000)! It was delivered new to Wasau, Wisconsin and spent its days as part of a collection with only 600 miles driven before the next owner. The Carfax shows a clean history as this is a great stock example of the last year Trans Am’s. This car is powered by the 5.7L V8 engine and automatic transmission. It also features leather seats, power convertible top, air conditioning, Ram Air hood, power seats, Monsoon stereo system, power 4-wheel disc brakes, dual exhaust, and much more! This car is as nice as you can find out there! Please call or email for more details!
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This beautifully done Doctor's coupe T has some noteworthy upgrades such...Read more
This beautifully done Doctor's coupe T has some noteworthy upgrades such as a alternator instead of a generator, Ruckstell rear end which in itself is worth several thousand dollars, 21 inch wire wheels with nearly new Firestone tires, wilwood disc brake set up , which is not connected but is all there and just needs hooked up. The hand brake does not appear to be hooked up, but the brake pedal works as it should There is also a distributor so there is no need for the finicky coil boxes. The engine has the sought after 4 dipper oil pan. Although the engine number and frame number do not match it is still desirable as 1926 was the only year Henry Ford put a serial number on the model T frame. The chrome both inside and out are in great shape. The sheet metal shows well also. The upholstery inside is comfy and was done well. Both headlights also work as does the amperage gauge. This is the perfect touring car as it is turn key ready and as far as T's go handles the open road very well.
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We are pleased to offer this 1929 Mercedes-Benz SSK Replica for...Read more
We are pleased to offer this 1929 Mercedes-Benz SSK Replica for purchase. The SSK was the last car designed by Ferdinand Porsche before he left to found his own company (it worked out well for him). The SSK was the fastest car ever made at the time and is widely considered one of the best cars ever made. Only 40 were made and half were sold as race cars. Only 4 or 5 original SSK exist with the last sale of one going for around $7.4 million. The unmatched history of this automobile has led to a myriad of replicas on the road to enjoy the one of a kind style of the SSK
With just over 12,000 miles on this beauty, she is still good for thousands more miles. It has a 1979 ford frame with a 2.4 liter 4 cylinder engine mated to an automatic transmission. Highlights include, wire wheels with a rear mounted spare, train horn, full top and side curtains along with a boot. The interior and exterior show well its age. All the lights work and goes down the road well.
Gazelle is the name for the SSK tribute cars as they build the best. This unique car gives you the look and style of a multi-million dollar car for a fraction of the price and one that most likely has seen the bottom of its depreciation value. These kit cars have stood the test of time and will provide many more enjoyable open air cruising for many more years.
Jeep took the competition of the heated SUV market in 1984 when it...Read more
Jeep took the competition of the heated SUV market in 1984 when it introduced the Grand Wagoneer. The Grand Wagoneer offered refinement and luxury to its long successful Wagoneer. Plush carpet, power options and signature leather and cloth seating were offered standard, and its classic design and reliable mechanicals made them the desired choice among many when purchasing a 4 door SUV. The best and most desirable of these were Chrysler built between 1987 and 1991. These trucks had the most refinement, best colors and upgrades.
The 1990 Jeep Grand Wagoneer offered here is a two owner vehicle that was sold new and remained in Helena Montana until our recent acquisition. The truck features just 97747 miles since new and remains in excellent highly original condition throughout. The Silver Star paint, trim, glass, and wood grain all remain in excellent condition. The original interior is wonderful as the leather remains supple, the seat inserts are excellent, the carpet is still plush and the truck shows all the signs of consistent care and cleanliness. The full frame and undercarriage are excellent and the engine bay very tidy. Options include 5.7 liter V8, automatic transmission, Shift on the Fly 4wheel Drive, Aluminum Wheels, Air Conditioning, Power Windows Power Seats, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Roof Rack, Fog Lights, Tilt Steering Wheel, Front Bucket Seats with Fold Down Arm Rest, Shoulder Belts, Remote Mirrors, Cruise Control, Rear Defrost and Power Rear Window. etc. Mechanically the truck is excellent in all areas, drives excellent, smooth with proven reliability.
The last generation of Jeep’s Grand Wagoneer remains hugely popular among classic SUV enthusiasts. Considered the “Best their Breed” their unique and timeless design as well as their international appeal keep them highly sought after around the globe. Original Grand Wagoneers in this condition are very hard to find and demands consideration.
From 1968 through 1982 The Corvette was in its third generation also...Read more
From 1968 through 1982 The Corvette was in its third generation also known as the C3. The early years the engines and chassis components were mostly carried over from the C2, however the body and interior were completely restyled with dramatic sweeping curves that resembled the Mako Shark.
With the federal government now in control of emissions, safety and fuel standards the Corvette saw some dramatic changes including features and power ratings. The base power was only at 165 HP and unbelievably it was still one of the fastest cars available at that time putting out a respectable 7.7 second 0-60 time.
This particular C3 that has come out of long term ownership received a fresh 350 engine re-build in 1998 with a mild cam. The car runs very strong and sounds fantastic. This great driver shows very well and remains largely stock. The T-Tops are a great addition for summer time driving. This Corvette starts with out hesitation, shifts strong and brakes as it should. All other equipment operates as it should and is ready to be enjoyed and driven. This car is priced to sell as these C3’s are finally starting to get a there day in the collector car world.
1951 Ford Custom (IA) - $7,500 OBORead more
ORIGINAL well maintained 1951 FORD...
1951 Ford Custom (IA) - $7,500 OBORead less
ORIGINAL well maintained 1951 FORD CUSTOM 4 Door Sedan. V8, 3 speed on column, Runs great.
Oil pressure great. Heater works. Original working radio.
New Parts: Heavy duty battery, Break shoes, Narrow white wall tires, Clutch assembly.
Body in great shape, Interior good (original), Replaced head, manifold, thermostat gaskets and Complete cooling system flushed and antifreeze replaced (Maintenance following storage).
ALL AROUND GOOD CAR, SOLID BODY WITH NO RUST!
Green exterior with Green/Tan cloth interior.
PHONE CALLS ONLY AS PER SELLER REQUEST
This vehicle is located in Clarinda IA 51632.
Please call Gary @ 712-303-7585 to see this car.
Take a moment to understand how different this 1965 Shelby Cobra replica...Read more
Take a moment to understand how different this 1965 Shelby Cobra replica is from the rest of the pack. Tempurpedic seats, ice-cold A/C, three tops, and a Steeda 400+ hp supercharged 5.0-liter V8. So while most Cobras are about giving up creature comforts, this ultra low mileage one has everyday usability and still has the power to beat up on the bare-bones knuckle draggers.Read less
If you really pay attention, you might be able to pick up that this car is a bit longer and lower than a standard Cobra replica. It’s because this is one of the few built by Excalibur. Yes, the same manufacturing firm that’s famed for giving the Mercedes SSK a very American twist also made Cobras by the handful. In fact, they were the only company in the 90s that could deliver a fully-built road-legal car, and so it was not assembled from a kit but instead bought new in 1994 from Delray Lincoln Mercury in Florida. But while this was already an expensive purchase, the owner had it immediately sent to a restoration shop so that the low-batch build quality could get a lesson in precision restoration. The brand new roadster was treated to $30,000 of paint and bodywork. That’s why the red is so deep it looks like Cobra is fresh from the kill. But more than just super slick paint highlighting the now uniform panels, the investment gives this Cobra a confidence that you won’t find in its siblings. The doors can be shut with authority, the trunk stays aligned, and an overall precision build quality that makes this more useful than just a toy.
Inside is the same feeling of added luxury not seen in other Cobras. The longer wheelbase makes entering the car and getting comfortable an easy process. The bucket seats have been sculpted using Tempurpedic material so you get a feeling of all day comfort you never expected from a Cobra. There’s even features like R-134a air conditioning, GPS (removable), and an AM/FM/CD stereo, so you can truly want for nothing. This one even comes with a tonneau cover, full soft top (including side curtains), and a removable hard top so you can choose the level at which you want to be exposed to the elements. But even with all these comforts, it’s still a Cobra at heart. So you get a grippy VIP three-spoke steering wheel, and your hand naturally falls right onto the five-speed shifter.
All the added comfort does not sacrifice performance. That’s because under the hood is a fuel-injected 5.0-liter Ford V8 with a Vortech V1 supercharger. The famed Ford craftsmen at Steeda Autosport built the engine from top to bottom. So it not only looks great with the Cobra valve covers and chrome superchager kit, but also this 400+ hp powerplant was made bulletproof. This includes fortified components such as a Ford Racing Cobra short block, Steeda 18 camshaft, Cobra roller rockers, J/E forged
pistons and plenty more. So every time this roadster fires up, there there’s a sense of excitement that radiates through the side exhaust. Best of all, special attention was made to make sure that adding monstrous horsepower did not detract from the main goal of having a Cobra that idled well and remained composed enough for easy use. And that’s the true place where this very unique Cobra excels. It has race ready features like the competition-inspired suspension, Wildwood four-wheel slotted disc brakes, BF Goodrich ZR rated tires, and cool knock-off style wheels.
Complete with the original dealer invoice, maintenance records, restoration photos, and restoration receipts, you’re looking at the finest example of a Cobra that gives up nothing and gives you everything. The current owner has spent $200K+ on the build of this car! Call today!!!