FFR Type 65 Coupe at Texas World Speedway on Saturday, Sep 26, 2009. Just finished the car Thursday night prior, so this was the first weekend to get some really gentle, mild, cautious(!), track time in. Was at the track with friends from Houston Cobra Club, and it ran great! This was run #4 at end of the day.
VIPER--RACES--DAYTONA COBRA COUPE
DAYTONA COUPE custom painted by Steve & crew at ACTION COLLISION CENTER,This is the secound cobra for custermor David Eislee,The first was 65 factory five replica we painted viper gts blue pearl white stripes,Daves attention to detail is secound to none This is one very bad ass build,stroked engine,5 speed,nos,WE raced every weekend so much fun.CANT WAIT TO SEE WHAT HE COMES UP WITH NEXT
First Start Factory Five Racing FFR 65 Shelby Daytona Coupe
Build photos at: http://photobucket.com/65_Daytona_Coupe
Shelby Daytona Coupe replica first start. All aluminum 408W with Weber Carbs. The is 2nd generation Factory Five Racing Type 65 Coupe. Picked up December 2010 from FFR. The red color is primer. Will be painted September 2011 a House of Kolor blend of Candy Apple red, Brandywine, and Root Beer. Dyno'd at 500 torque and 500 Horse power at the engine.
Gen 2 Type 65 Coupe Overview
The Gen 2 Type 65 Coupe features a number of updates including a new glass rear hatch, an updated front suspension, improved door fitment, and more. FFR President goes over all the changes in this video.
London Cobra Show 2009 Raffle Car
The Ohio Cobra Club will give a hand built Factory Five Racing Coupe away to a lucky winner. Raffle tickets are $20 each and can be purchased online at www.LondonCobraShow.com
Rare 1964 SHELBY COBRA DAYTONA COUPE !
Without a doubt the most important of the six Cobra Daytonas, CSX2299 was the second example produced and the first with an Italian body. It scored a debut class win during the 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans. Two months later Dan Gurney piloted the car to a GT win at Goodwood. Early in 1965 the Daytona 2000 km and Sebring 12 Hours were also added to the chassis' tally. In recent years it has been in collection of the late Larry H Miller, who generously lent the car to the Shelby American Collection museum for display. He also had it raced at the circuits were it had shone in the past.