1967 Shelby Cobra for sale 101487200
1967 Shelby Cobra
Crave Luxury Auto
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1967 Shelby Cobra

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Born from the cooperation of the eminent namesake Caroll Shelby and the historic British manufacturer AC cars, the Shelby Cobra, or AC Cobra in Britain, is one of the most recognizable and world-renowned performance vehicles of all time. As the story goes, Carroll Shelby birthed the idea when he wrote to AC cars asking if they would be interested in making him a car capable of housing a V8 engine. AC cars responded, agreeing to fulfill Shelby’s request provided that he come up with a worthy engine. Off Shelby went to Chevrolet manufacturers, but the Corvette kingpins refused his request for fear of adding competition against their own baby. History would show their decision was an enormous blunder. Not one to take no for an answer, Shelby met with Ford. Conveniently, Ford had just created the brand new Windsor 221-cubic-inch 3.6L engine: a lightweight, thin-wall cast small block V8. They didn’t need much convincing and provided Shelby with two engines. Within a span of 6 months, Shelby took the Cobra from conception to birth, which is pretty commendable for a retired race car driver turned driving school teacher. Construction saw the car assembled, painted, and trimmed at the AC car’s factory in Thames Ditten, Surrey, England and shipped to Shelby’s workshop in Los Angeles, California. Once there, Shelby would complete the vehicles by installing their engine and gearbox. From beginning to finish, every Shelby Cobra experienced the loving craftsmanship of an international effort to create a truly revolutionary vehicle. Between 1963-1967, the Shelby Cobra would see three different production versions codenamed the MKI, MKII, and MKIII respectively. The MKI was made from 1963-1965. The first 75 models were fitted with a 260 cubic in. 4.3L V8, while the last 51 carried a larger 289 cubic in. 4.7L V8 instead. In late 1962, a change, made by AC’s chief engineer Alan Turner, to the car’s body allowed for rack and pinion steering. In e

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Vehicle Specifications

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  • Category
    American Classics
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  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    3,514 miles
  • Engine
  • Drivetrain
  • Transmission
  • Exterior Color
  • Custom Color

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