1965 AC Cobra
Car for sale by Road Scholars in Durham, North Carolina 27703
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1965 AC Cobra
From 1965 to 1973 not much is known about this cars whereabouts but the Cobra made its way to Pennsylvania, into the hands of its first documented owners, Bill and Kathy Armstrong. The Armstrongs had moved up to Pennsylvania after finishing their stint at Fort Bragg here in North Carolina. They enjoyed showing their Cobra in various Eastern and Midwestern events, even winning an award at the New Hope Auto Show in 1977 (INSERT picture) and taking the Best Cobra award at the first annual SAAC meet in Brown County, Indiana, in 1978.
1965 AC Cobra Specifications
Classic Car ID100954528
Trim Body Style
Custom Exterior ColorN/A
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