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Old 01-01-2018, 01:18 PM
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No offense to Gunkk, but if a modern convertible truly scratched the itch that a Cobra was sought to scratch, it certainly was not meant to be. I can only speak for myself, but a Cobra gives me a feeling no other car (and certainly no modern car) can give.

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Originally Posted by gunkk View Post
Dan,

I lurked and researched on line and these forums for 5 years, searching everywhere for the right car. Test drove a half-dozen and every single one had problems. Finally settled onto what others have said... a later model Superformance is probably the right ticket... but they come at significant cost and not without some risk. Your situation seems a lot like mine:

Wants to drive it more than work on it.... check.
Knows that a good one is $60-70k.... check.
Wants the bucket list cobra driving experience.... check.

Then I found the 650 Ft-Lb & 650 HP convertible of my dreams. It has all the noise and terror of a 427 cobra without the high probability of death 3 seconds after you mash it. Comes with all the creature comforts too.

When you giggle like a schoolgirl on the test drive like I did, you know you've found the right car. Good luck.
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