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Factory Five Cobra - 410W-TKO600 - FAST Ads from this Seller · Contact Seller
For Sale By Views Date Posted
FFR427 3759 Sun May 9, 2010
Asking Price Condition
$29,000.00 Excellent

Description: I have decided to go ahead and put my Cobra up for sale. I don't mind going into more details as to why I am selling if you want to know but the short story is that I have been letting this car become an idol in my life... therefore it's time to go.

I bought the car new in 2001 but didn't really get moving on until around 2007. In 2002, I built a second FFR w/ a 427FE / Top loader (#2188) and I learned a lot with that build that I changed for the better on this build. I will try to list all the specs down below and go into more details at the bottom on what is different about this car from a standard MKI and also what is yet to be completed.

410W built by Keith Craft
Forged 4340 crank and rods
2618 Pistons
11:1 Compression
Steel girdle
TFR R-Series Heads
-Intake ports raised 1/2"
-2.10"In/ 1.60"Ex.
-Titanium retainers
-Flow IN:354@.700 & EX:257@.700
-Crane gold rockers
Matched Super Victor intake w/ raised ports
Comp Cams hyd. roller .613/.644
SFI Balancer & Flywheel
All ARP Hardware

TKO 600 w/ .64 OD
Spec Stage 3 Clutch/pressure plate
New Shortened driveshaft w/ all Spicer parts

8.8" Fox width
Motorsport 3.55:1 gears
Hardened axles
Carbon Clutches
2.5" long Studs

Front FFR tubular lowers - Pin Drive Width
FFR Adjustable Uppers
Pro Shocks Coil-overs
'01 Cobra spindles

Rear Custom 3-link w/ upper link centered over 3rd member
Adjustable tubular lower control arms
Adjustable tubular upper control arm
Adjustable QA1 Coil overs
Competition Engineering Anti-roll bar

Front - 13" Cobra
Rear - 11.7" Cobra
Custom braided stainless flex lines F&R
1/4" polished stainless hard line w/ stainless aeroquip fitings
'01 Cobra Master cylinder

NASCAR 19"x31" DUAL PASS radiator- HUGE
Custom 1 7/8" hard plumbing
'03 Cobra Cooling fan w/ custom mounts on radiator
Earl's polished aluminum thermostat housing
CSR aluminum filler neck
Polished aluminum filler cap
Polished Edelbrock water pump
Polished March underdrive pulleys
Adjustable fan controller w/ over-ride switch

Painless wiring harness and switches
Polished 200A 3G alternator
Pro Tork mini starter
MSD digital 6
MSD blaster coil
MSD billet bistributor
Aeromotive fuel pump controller
Optima Battery
Large 2-O battery cable
All ground studs welded to frame for good contact
All lighting has quick disconnect plugs

Custom 1 7/8" ceramic coated headers
Ceramic coated sidepipes
O2 bungs welded for wideband O2
Stainless ARP hardware

Original style finned aluminum side vents
Original style Cobra front and nose badges
Original style 427 side badges
Polished roll bar bezels
Driver and Passenger side mirrors
Original style wind wings and visors
Chromed quick jack bumpers
Front quick jack grommets
Stainless body washers w/ rubber backing
Door and hood rubber D-molding
Polished fuel filler neck w/ built in locking gas cap
Lucas Clear front parking light lenses
Shelby Motors License plate frame
Polished billet windshield frame bezels

Frame Mods:
Rear frame narrowed to accept 13" rim
Dual ceramic coated roll bars
Battery tray over fuel tank for trunk access
Front Coil over brackets shortened
Front UCA mounting slots filled
Removable steel tube to hard mount radiator
Rear coil over backets mounted inside frame
Curved upper trunk support tube like MKIII
Lowered trunk aluminum for additional room
MKIII hood hinge w/ custom plates bonded on hood
MKIII door hinges
Frame extended to support lower dash

Billet fuel pump
Billet -10AN fuel filter
Braided stainless -10AN fuel line
-10AN in-tank pickup
Race Holley fuel regulator (12-704)
DC Carbs 950 cfm billet carb
Polished billet ball-milled oval aluminum air filter
Polished throttle cable bracket
Braided stainless throttle cable

Autometer Cobra style gauges w/ reverse speedo
Adjustable driver seat
Raised passenger seat to match driver
Original style Cobra steering wheel insert
A/C aluminum pedals for all pedals
Stainless cup holders
Driver side Simpson harness upgraded to cam lock style
Polished seat belt bezels

Ididit polished aluminum steering column
Integral self canceling turn signals
Polished stainless steering U-Joints
Custon polished stainless steering shaft
Ididit polished aluminum spherical lower ball mount
Flaming river manual rack
Flaming river outer tie rods

PS Engineering Halibrand wheels
17" x 8" Front & 17" x 9.5" Rear
M/T 26 x 11.5 ET Streets

I am sure that I missing something but that is most of it.

The car is titled as a 1965 in Texas and is current on tags. I have a set of 1965 Texas plates I plan to put on it when I go in later this year to renew registration.

The cars runs great and is plenty fast at the track. It took it once to the Texas Motorplex and it went 6.36 @ 108.4 mph in the 1/8 mile and 10.05 @ 131.8 mph in the 1/4 mile. Not many street legal cars will do 0-60 mph in 2.1 seconds and 0-100 mph in 5.5 seconds. Along with going fast in a straight line, it also handles well with the 3 link rear suspension and sticky front tires. With the large cobra brakes and light car it stops better than most cars as well. The car is very streetable and cruises the freeway great at 1500 rpm.

I have started the body work. Seams were ground out and filled with 3M HSRF and then coated twice with Rage Gold. All aluminum work has been completed w/ the exception of nose aluminum and a few other little details. The interior has not been carpeted as I was holding off to get the frame powder coated. Also, I have yet to install the AC pedals on the brake and clutch pedals. Finally, the new doors still have the original MKI door hinges installed so tabs will need to be installed on the frame to mount the MKIII door hinges.

It would cost more $40K in parts alone to duplicate this car and that excludes all the custom work that has been done.

It pains me to sell the car as I am so close to finishing it and even have a powder coat guy that does a bunch of West Coast Choppers stuff set up to do the frame.

I would like to get $29K for it and I am pretty firm for now but might entertain some offers. I also have kept a 3 ring binder of all my receipts and original manuals that will come with the car. If you are interested in it or want to know more details, feel free to PM me or give me a ring on my cell at 214 .770 .0186.

I have the rear spinners off in this photo b/c they don't allow them at the track.

This photo shows the engine with the BG street demon on it that I have since sold I lined out my DC carb for the street.

Keywords: FFR Cobra

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Registered: May 2010
Posts: 1
Comment Date: Tue May 11, 2010

What is the story on the body work? Please elaborate, aluminum work , etc . Thanks, Robert
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