Go to: http://www.kitcarconnection.com - I spotted my first Shelby Cobra 427 S/C back in the summer of 1979. I knew INSTANTLY that one day I had to have one of these cars. I have now enjoyed mine since 2005 and she is way more fun than I ever would have expected.
The car is a Factory Five Racing MkII Roadster and was hand-built in Calgary, Alberta throughout 2004 and delivered to my driveway January 2005. The car is powered with a 302 crate engine from Western Motorsports in Calgary, Alberta.
I based the *look* of the Cobra replicar on Allen English's car in Portland, Oregon. That car was unfortunately wrecked in a crash in the summer of in 2008. Not too worry, he's okay and now driving a beautiful blue CAV GT40 (aka Ford GT 40 replica).
This video was captured by my son Justin as we cruised around South Surrey and White Rock, BC Canada. It was produced for me as a gift by a good friend Phil Watkins.
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James Martell is the Publisher of KitCarConnection.com, a website devoted to kit cars and replicas. James Martell has long been an admirer of Carroll Shelby and his cars. As an avid fan, he owns a Shelby Cobra kit car that he drives in his leisure time. In his spare time he attends car shows, works on his website, and spends time with his family.
427 Cobra test run
Short test run of my Factory Five replica of a Shelby 427 Cobra with a
427W engine producing 515HP/540TQ
AC Cobra Loses Control --- [MN C&C July 2011]
This happened at the very end of the July Cars & Coffee in Chanhassen,
Minnesota. He was literally 9 inches from the curb when he spun it.
****sorry the camera is all shaky when he spins it. i stopped paying
attention to the recording of it once i saw him lose control. and the
reason i ran down there was just to make sure he hadn't hit the curb. his
hat also fell off, so i gave that back to him too.
V16 ( 2 V8's) Hot rod smokin tire leaving sema show 09
The Priapisim doing a little tire smokin...for the people
(This car was built for shits and giggles and is not yet finished)
Twin Sbc chevy engines just over 900 rwhp 2307lbs 0-60 under 3 sec, mid
9's 1/4 mile gear limited for 180mph
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1966 Cobra Dream Machine - /BIG MUSCLE
It's a 1966 Shelby Cobra replica that was built by a Father and his two
sons more than 10 years ago. It's faded fiberglass shell is chipped and
spider-webbed. The stainless trim is pitted and tarnished and the wheels
are coated in a thick layer of brake dust. The carpet is also coming up and
every now and then it blows flames from its side-pipes due to it running a
little rich. Some may think these are problems. Me personally - I think
it's one of the coolest cars I've ever driven. This episode of "Big Muscle"
is about the drive, those project cars that we work on, and the
exhilaration we get when we wring them out for the first time on the open
Building an AC Cobra Replica.wmv
Quick build up sequence for a Dax 427 AC Cobra replica.
This is a UK replica of the fabled Shelby 427 Cobra. Not intended to be a
close copy of the original, the car uses a 6.3litre Chevrolet V8 with a 5
speed manual box. Painted in Lexus Spectra blue with white racing stripes.
Shelby Cobra - The Engine Sounds Wild
http://www.kitcarconnection.com - James Martell takes his Shelby Cobra
replica for a cruise.
I decided to post this video for all the viewers of my other video who
complained about the engine being drowned out by the music. They have a
point. The engine noise of a Cobra with the famous sidepipes is music
enough to a car enthusiast.
If you are looking to hear a the roar of the engine this is your video.
The car in the video was built in 2004 in Calgary, Alberta by Peter
Jacobsen using car a Mk2 Roadster kit from Factory Factory Racing. The car
is powered with a 302 crate engine from Western Motorsports in Calgary,
James Martell is the Publisher of KitCarConnection.com, a website devoted
to kit cars and replicas. James Martell has long been an admirer of Carroll
Shelby and his cars. As an avid fan, he owns a Shelby Cobra kit car that he
drives in his leisure time. In his spare time he attends car shows, works
on his website, and spends time with his family.
The video was filmed in Surrey BC Canada.
Son Takes Cobra for a Cruise - Yikes!
http://www.kitcarconnection.com - Dad let's son take the Shelby Cobra for a
Justin Martell takes his Dad's Shelby Cobra replica for a drive in
beautiful White Rock, B.C. Canada. The car was built in 2004 in Calgary,
Alberta by Peter Jacobsen using car a Mk2 Roadster kit from Factory Five
The car is powered with a 302 crate engine from Western Motorsports in
Calgary, Alberta. This is the full spec.
FRAME & CHASSIS: FACTORY FIVE RACING
Base: Original style 427 4 round tube frame, powder coated
Perimeter: ¾ cold rolled tubing with 40 CNC cut pre-formed aluminum panels
for cockpit, trunk, and engine bay race car type
Suspension: Fully adjustable front and rear racing suspension
Brakes: Baer disc brakes, power brake Booster
Steering: Flaming River 15:1 rack & pinion
DRIVE TRAIN: WESTERN MOTORSPORT
Engine: Western Motorsport 5.0 short block, vintage look EFI with ceramic
coated intake, aluminum fuel rails, Mallory high pressure fuel pressure
regulator, SDS digital injections system, MSD coil and ignition system,
polished AccuFab 4-barrel throttle body, TFS twisted wedge heads, push rods
and Track Heat cam shaft, Crain roller rockers, Ford Racing Cobra air
filter and valve covers, Nitrous system
including ZEX TPS switch, HPM solid motor mounts, oil cooler and dual fans
Transmission: T5 transmission with Pro 5.0 shifter with an original style
chromed reverse canted shifter
Rear End: 3.73:1 Ford Racing gear set
Exhaust: 4 into 4 headers with chrome
side pipes, heat shields
WHEELS & TIRES
Rim Sizes: 17" x 8" and 17" x 9.5"
Types: Team III wheels with lug cover caps and spinners
Material: Polished aluminum
Tires: Kumho Ecsta Supra 712 performance tires
BODY & PAINT
Body: 427 Hand-laid Vinylester composite body
Paint: Indy Blue Pearl Metallic
Trim: Vintage chrome on brass windshield, Aston LeMans gas cap, original
style front and rear bumpers, chrome bullet style racing mirror, rear view
mirror, latches, handles, locks, license plate light, sun visors, wind
wings, side louvers, custom rear fender guards
Lights: Original dash style British and Lucas lighting
Emblems: Authentic hood, trunk, side and center badge emblems, Shelby VIN #
Soft Top: Custom cotton soft top with side curtains, cotton tonneau cover
Dash: Custom dash with Autometer gauges, start button, self canceling turn
signal with original style 14 steering wheel
Carpet: Custom wool carpeting interior and trunk, floor mats
Seats: Original style bucket seats
Trim: seat belts, steering wheel, gear shift and emergency brake trim, cup
holders, heated seats, heater and preformed door panels
Fuel: FUEL SAFE 22 gallon aluminum fuel cell and safety impact cut-off fuel
Seat Belts: Full 4-point Simpson Racing harnesses
Hoses: Steel braided hoses for engine. Front breaks and fuel tank
Other: Frame-mounted roll bar, drive shaft safety hoop and side pipe heat
James Martell is the Publisher of KitCarConnection.com, a website devoted
to kit car and replica enthusiasts, James Martell has long been an admirer
of Carroll Shelby and his cars. As an avid fan, he owns a Shelby Cobra
replica that he drives in his leisure time. In his spare time he attends
car shows, works on his website, and spends time with his family.
The video was recorded in Surrey BC Canada.
As of March 23, 2010 the total views is 13,683 with a one sentence
description. On March 23, 2010 I developed the full description above.
1965 Shelby Cobra + 700 HP + Kirkham + Fast
Replica 1965 Shelby Cobra owned by Len B, produced by Kirkham Motor Sports.
The car only weighs 2100 pound due to its aluminum body which is made in
Poland at a former MIG aircraft factory. The cars weight is also low due
to aluminum suspension and motor. The motor is a Shelby aluminum block
427fe which produces 700 horse power (i.e., FAST) !!! That is the same
power to weight ratio as a bullet bike.
To the dismay of several bullet bike riders; Len likes to show them who is
"the boss" in a race from time to time.
Authentic 1965 Shelby Cobra 427
authentic 1965 Shelby Cobra 427FE Side Oiler
let me get this straight.. this car is a reproduction of a 1965 Shelby
Cobra 427. it is not a replica. it is fully built, licensed, and sold by
Shelby. if you were to buy a car just like this, it will run you almost the
same price as an original 1965 Shelby Cobra 427.
I DO NOT OWN THIS CAR
sorry, but comments are now disabled due to retards arguing about the car.
enjoy the video!