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Old 06-21-2018, 10:12 AM
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Speaking of Cobra Restorers, they claim to have rear uprights for a 289, and the picture looks right for that car. Anyone have any experience with this piece?

http://www.parts123.com/parts123/yb....Z5Z5Z50000027b

Am assuming by competition/street, they want you to state which one you need.
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I think those are supplied by Cobra Racing Suspensions.
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When they say comp/street. That means it can be used for either. And yes I to would say they come from cobra racing...………..Tom Petrus
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When they say comp/street. That means it can be used for either. And yes I to would say they come from cobra racing...………..Tom Petrus
I have an email out to him.

I found his half broken website by accident, once. Any chance you have a link?
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Aha, found it:

Cpbraracing.com Company Profile.
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Welp, this build is being pushed back for a little while;

Once I tallied the costs and skills involved, I decided to take on a less ambitious project for my first scratch build.

I just laid down rails for a Model A Hot Rod.

Once I get that completed, the Cobra is next up. Will still be collecting parts for it in the meantime.
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It is probably a better idea to take your time and hone your skills. Building a scratch build cobra is not something to jump into if you have any doubts. Take your time, gather parts and you'll know when your ready. Good luck with the Model A build.

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