Carroll Shelby Experimental #2242 is well documented in the Shelby American World Registry. Invoiced on February 27, 1964 to Fergus Ford of Skokie, Illinois, it was equipped with the Class A accessory package, which included chromed 5.5-inch wire wheels with "AC" knock-offs, a quick-fill fuel cap, dash-mounted rear-view mirror, wind wings, radio and antenna and chromed bumperettes.
After a lengthy stay on the showroom floor, the car eventually sold to a buyer from Texas in the mid-late sixties. In 1969 it was purchased from the first owner by Clark Van Norstrum of Greenwich, CT, who added four 2-barrel downdraft Weber carburetors, a roll bar and a hood scoop. Mr. Van Nostrum owned the car for 27 years until advertising it for sale in 1996 as a Red car with Black interior. Van Nostrum sold the Cobra to R. Leblanc of Los Gatos, CA who in turn sold it to the current owner in 2004.
CSX2242 is now fresh from a complete bare-metal restoration during which the hood scoop was removed and a dual 4-barrel manifold and carburetor refitted to return it to its original configuration. An example such as this is very rare and becoming extremely difficult to acquire as more and more disappear into private museums and collections. A classic beauty and a joy to drive, this well-documented no-stories 289 Cobra is ready to thrill and reward its next steward.
- Documented in Shelby American World Registry
- Four owners since new
- "Class A" Accessory Package
- Chromed 5.5-inch wire wheels with "AC" knock-offs
- Quick-fill fuel cap
- Dash-mounted rear-view mirror
- Wind wings
- Radio and antenna
- Chromed bumperettes
- Modified by first owner: four 2 barrel Webers, roll bar, & hood scoop
- Returned to original configuration during recent bare-aluminum restoration
AC Cobra Shelby Cobra 289 -- The 289 Register.
The 289 Register. For owners and enthusiasts of the AC Cobra 289 and all
its derivatives. A UK based club with members worldwide, including owners
of original and tribute cars.
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My girlfriend takes my 1965 (Factory Five MKIII replica) Shelby Cobra out for a drive.
Sorry about the sound in this video. I mounted the GoPro to the roll bar
but I think it was vibrating or something. She did pretty well driving the
Cobra... minus a couple grinds haha. The Cobra is a bit tempermental and
not really easy on you the first time you take her out. Proud of my girl...
both of them. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor
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1965 Shelby Cobra 289 FIA
The Shelby Cobra needs little introduction as it is easily one of the most
recognizable and most copied sports cars of all time. The 289 "FIA" was
built by Shelby American to beat Ferrari at it's own game in the FIA World
AC Cobra 289 in Action
The AC Cobra 289 at the Heritage Enclosure at the British Motor Show, just
listen to that V8.
AC Cobra 289:
0-60 in 5 secs
64' ford falcon sprint
64' FORD FALCON SPRINT FOUR ON THE FLOOR HP 302, THIS LITTLE ROCKET IS THE
BOSS. THE ORIGINAL 289 IS STORED IN THE GARAGE. WE ALSO HAVE A 70' FORD
427 FOUR SPEED GT COBRA TORINO.
Lot S97 1950 Chevrolet Half Ton Pickup With Calliope
A calliope is a musical instrument that produces its sound by sending air
through a series of tuned whistles. Based on the train whistle invented for
early locomotives, the calliope was an entertainment fixture on 19th
century riverboats and in traveling circuses, which often advertised their
arrival by parading a brightly decorated horse-drawn wagon through town,
its instrument playing a blaring tune that could often be heard for miles.
Patented in 1855, the calliope was originally operated by a music-box-style
cylinder and later with a keyboard. Eventually it was also adapted to run
like a player piano using music rolls. In the early 1900s compressed air
began to replace steam as the instrument's power source.
The pickup truck replaced the circus' horse-drawn wagon with the advent of
the horseless carriage, and this 1950 Chevrolet half-ton is a delightful
reminder of the magical quaintness of those earlier times. A basic yet
colorful machine, the truck and its calliope have been completely restored
to typical period finery. Brilliant Fire Engine Red paint adorns both truck
and instrument, the latter topped with a glorious cropping of polished
brass stacks. Played automatically or with its keyboard, the calliope's
beautiful music calls the attention of all within earshot, which is quite a
distance, making it perfect for issuing a call to your event or for
entertaining in a parade.
- Restored Red 1/2 ton with real brass whistle Calliope
- Beautiful music calls the attention of all around
- Calliope plays automatically or by keyboard
- Trucks with a Circus Calliope were used for advertising in years past
- Perfect for attention today
- Rust free
- Great for your business in parades, etc. or just for fun
- 54,172 actual miles
- 3-speed manual transmission
- 6 cylinder engine
Lot S119 1968 Plymouth Hemi Road Runner 426 425 HP 4 Speed
Seldom does a collector-grade musclecar appear that is as original as this
incredible 1968 Hemi Road Runner Hemi four speed. With a scant 14,900 miles
on the odometer, it retains its original sheet metal, glass, interior and
Electric Blue paint. The Road Runner Décor Group adds a steering wheel
with partial horn ring, center pillar bright molding trim and a rear panel
appliqué. From the exterior finish through the Spartan interior to the
mighty 425 horsepower dual-quad Hemi,
this rare bird's condition is as one would expect in a car with barely more
than a year's average mileage.
One of only 108 four-speed hardtops built in 1968, this significant car
comes with the original sales contract, Certi-Card, fender tags and Galen
Govier documentation. A museum or collector looking for a first-class
original example of Plymouth's most important musclecar creation would be
hard pressed to find a better one than this.
-Original Road Runner 426 Hemi 4-speed
- 14,900 actual miles
- Original sheet metal, glass, interior & B 5 Blue paint
- Galen Govier documented
- 1 of 108 1968 four-speed hardtops
- Original sales contract, Certi-Card, & fender tags
Lot S122 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro 427 450 HP Auto
Gary Holub is acknowledged as the most active and committed Yenko collector
ever, with forty-four Yenko machines either currently in his collection or
having passed through his ownership. This Daytona Yellow Yenko Camaro is one of the members of
that club. Originally sold from Yenko Chevrolet in 1969 and one of only 27
equipped with the 400 turbo Hydra-Matic,
the car had a successful career on the East Coast as a competitor in the
NHRA's SS/E Automatic class.
While it still wears the livery of its drag racing career, the car has
otherwise been restored to its original state. As its intended mission
would suggest, the car is equipped with few options. The Black interior
features standard bucket seats, an AM radio and tilt steering, while
dealer-installed items include the special console-mounted Hurst shifter,
below-dash gauges, Sun tach and Yenko badges.
Beyond its uniqueness as a Yenko car it has the distinction of being the
most thoroughly documented Super Camaro and the only one with all
its sale paperwork signed by the man himself, Don Yenko. That might never
have been known had it not been for a vigilant gentleman named Walter
Denorshek. A Yenko employee, Denorshek happened to notice a pile of old
papers thrown into a dumpster during a move to a new location. The
paperwork for this car was part of the materials rescued that day by Mr.
Denorshek, whom we can all thank for saving important documents crucial to
the Yenko legacy.
- Daytona Yellow with Black interior
- 427/450 hp engine
- Automatic transmission (turbo-Hydramatic)
- AM radio
- Power steering
- Yenko Atlas Cast Aluminum wheels
- Power front disc brakes
- Extensive documentation
- Only Yenko with paperwork signed by Don Yenko