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1966 Contemporary Cobra For Sale on eBay (Norwalk, CT) Ads from this Seller · Contact Seller
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frankym 6033 Thu September 20, 2012
Asking Price Condition
$48,000.00 Excellent
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Description: http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/427-S...#ht_573wt_1168

Contemporary Classic Cobra 427 SC. Serial # CCX33710. Moonlight Blue Metallic/Wimbledon White stripes. Built in 1994, by Richard Pickles, avid Cobra builder and racer. This very serpent was featured on magazine covers and featured stories on CCX33710. You can read about Contemporary and its unrivaled authenticity to the original, including a splendid round-tube chassis that indeed mimics the Shelby original. The drivetrain also closely follows the original 427SC. Under the hood: original cast-iron 1968 Ford 427FE sideoiler block bored 0.020" over (no sleeves). The engine was stroked to 468 cid and produces 575 horses, and is outfitted with: a 428 crank stroked to 4.125", mains 0.10" under, rod journals 2.2" Chevy big-block, requires machining bearings narrower, Eagle rods 6.8". 4.250" Wiseco pistons, Reed solid flat tappet cam, intake 250 ext, 259 @0.050, set lash at 0.012 and 0.014 cold, Dove roller rockers, Dove medium-riser heads with Manley valves, 11.0:1 compression. Ported RPM manifold, Barry Grant 950 cfm carburetor. Edelbrock aluminum water pump, Milodon 7 qt. oil pan, Aeromotive fuel pump, twin remote mounted oil filters, MSD 6AL ignition box, Mallorydistributor, Tilton hi-torque starter. Geartrain: Lakewoodbellhousing, Hayes aluminum flywheel, Ram HD clutch with 2800# long pressure plate, 4-speed Ford toploader with large input, Jag rear 3.31:1 with posi-traction. Spax shocks, inboard discs with Wilwood calipers. 15" Compomotive wheels. Sale includes a spare set ofTeam III 17" wheels with slicks. Full array of Smiths gauges. Fuel cell. This serpent drives and handles splendidly. It has logged 25,500 Miles. Please note that the car is located in Connecticut but is registered in NY as a 1966 Ford Convertible. The last picture is a view of the driver side casting of the lower end of the engine block. You can see the classic bump out ridge that evidences the "Side Oiler" 427. Many cobras have 427 badging on the body and may even have a 427 cubic inch Ford. But very very few of them are authentic Side Oilers. Most of the 427s were center oiler or top oilers. This is the real deal. This car has the identical driver train and running gear as the original. This is my 4th cobra. I've owned Superformances before this and this blue car is blindingly fast and handles very comfortably. The car has 25,500 miles which is tried and true and fully sorted out. $48k or best offer. Located in Norwalk, CT
Keywords: Contemporary Cobra Replica Side Oiler


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FUNFER2
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Registered: October 2002
Location: Eagle
Posts: 4257
Comment Date: Fri September 21, 2012

Very nice !

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Kevin
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cobrakoosh
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Registered: April 2012
Location: Richmond
Posts: 24
Comment Date: Mon October 1, 2012

did yours sell on ebay ? nice looking.
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frankym
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Registered: August 2001
Location: Westport
Posts: 358
Comment Date: Tue October 9, 2012

The car has been sold to a gentleman in Nashville TN. Special Thanks to Nick Mate for coming all the way from New Hampshire to inspect the car point by point. I learned a lot about my car, and how special it was, made me sad to watch her go, but knowing that she is going to a good home/owner, makes it all better. Good Luck to you Gene!
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Mdman352
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Registered: November 2007
Posts: 349
Comment Date: Tue October 30, 2012

Do you remember what your front end alignment specs were?
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