Shelby celebrates with Cobra 427 50th Anniversary special edition
The 50th Anniversary Shelby Cobra 427 is built around the design we know and love: a tiny British-designed roadster packed with American muscle. Only this one comes as a rolling chassis without a powertrain. And for the privilege of owning one, you'll have to shell out at least $120k – and that's just for the fiberglass version. The aluminum-bodied model will set you back $180k (again, sans motivation).
For all that scratch, you get a whole bunch of special badges placed all over the handmade bodywork (in either polished finish or white-striped-blue livery), laid over a steel frame with four-wheel independent suspension, coil-over shocks, 11-inch brakes with two-pot calipers at all four corners and 15-inch wheels. Only 50 examples of this anniversary edition Cobra will be offered, bearing the chassis numbers CSX4550-4599.
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