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Old 03-17-2007, 11:47 AM
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Default Ghia Cobra--anybody remember reading about it many years ago?

I am a historian in need of some colour or black and white on the
one-off midnight blue Ghia 427 Cobra shown at the Turin show in 1965 No, not the ex-Lady Campbell 427 Cobra that runs about the UK with a Fiat Supersonic body terrifying the women and children each and every time it leaves the curb, but the one that Giugiaro designed (though it's not on his list of accomplishments, as he pretty much loathes his Ghia period except for the Maserati Ghibli and DeTomaso Mangusta).

Here's a story I wrote about it on the german website (auf English fortunately)

http://www.ponysite.de/cobra_ghia.htm

If anybody has a magazine other than Style Auto that pictured it please let me know ASAP as I am right on deadline. I'd like to buy the magazine or find out which magazine it is to see if they still have the art. I'd write Ghia but Ford shuttered the doors on Ghia and I wouldn't be surprised if they threw a 100 years of history into the dumpster (auto companies, sadly, aren't that sentimental).

Thanks for any help, the History Buff
reachable at Photojournalistpro@hotmail.com
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