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FactoryFive Cobra needs to go soon....Daughter in college, too many toys
and wife wants garage back.
Registered and tagged in SC as 1965 Cobra.
'98 Mustang Cobra yellow with silver stripe, underneath all painted in industrial black.
All tubular FFR pieces with coil-over, all suspension and frame powder coated.
Flaming River steering rack and steering shaft.
KeithCraft Racing 347 FORGED EVERYTHING shortblock, custom grind cam and low compression pistons, Total engin airflow fully ported TrickFlow TW heads.
Holley Systemax intake port matched. Accufab billet throttle body. Billet fuel rails. Custom flowed 50lb injectors. Custom FAST DFI system with constant wideband 02 monitoring (laptop programmable)
Custom 4 into 4 headers (ceramic coated)
Dual fuel pumps with aeroquip push-lock hose.
Vortech supercharger, SQ in stock form with custom 4" aluminum air induction tube for blower. Makes boost of 13lbs at 6500rpm.
Tremec 5-speed 3550 tranny.
Auxilary power outlets, push button starter.
Custom a/c and heater
custom wipers
custom convertible top with side curtains.
drop box in trunk and drivers floor.
full roll bar with 4-pt harnesses.
spare "quiet" side pipes.
550/650 hp on stock pulley on blower. HP can be lowered with larger
pulley or by laptop.
More "stuff" I am sure I missed.

$50,000 firm (parts alone way in excess of this) pickup in central SC only.
NO shipping this car due to unique nature and power.

Pictures available for serious inquiries.

thanks to all

Bob
 

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I am out of town til Monday.. will post pictures then.

or, send email address and I can send a few old shots of just
outside of car.

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What's the deal with shipping the car? There are plenty of white glove services that specialize in moving high power cars and exotics.

Might be interested if it can be shipped.
 

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I guess no big deal on shipping with specialized carrier. When you have lost one car to "excited" driver, you tend to get nervous, and insurance just does
not replace one-of-a-kinds. This car can be twitchy if someone is not familiar
with it.

I'm trying to get photos on thread, but not successful yet. must be my
ignorance....

thanks
 
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