Pack Automotive Museum
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Performance - Hot Rods - Custom - Antiques - One Offs Many with valid Race and Movie Build Histories

One of only a few TOTALLY FREE On-Line Automotive Museums on the Internet

For a brief history of the AC Cobra / Ford Motor Company alliance click here.

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1965 Shelby Model 2T (ONE ONLY)
Vin Number:  CSX4223

CSX 4223 40TH ANNIVERSARY SHELBY COBRA #CSX 4223
 
This true, official Shelby is only the 12th of 40 Cobras ever made to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Shelby Cobra. It is the only one (now or ever) built with a hand-polished aluminum body. There are over 800 man-hours spent on this car and the hours were worked by selected volunteers of the Nevada penal system to help offset the cost of their incarnation. The beautiful shine you see is pure, polished metal. Bring out the sunglasses for both you and the traffic surrounding you.

 
FEATURES INCLUDED
 
  • Shelby FE 427 Aluminum block, stroked to 462 C.I.
  • Block # CSX 320 has output of 550+ HP
  • Twin Holley 600 CFM (cubic feet per meter) four-barrel carburetors with aluminum intake manifold
  • Shelby aluminum cylinder heads
  • Engine custom assembled by Southern Automotive
  • 4-Speed top-loader transmission
  • Matching top and tonneau cover with Simpson Harness
 
MATCHING GUITAR
 
  • Hand crafted, 40th Anniversary Shelby Cobra Edition Guitar
  • Built by John Bolin, a top luthier
  • Commissioned and signed by Carroll Shelby
  • First Aluminum top guitar in limited series; numbers match car numbers
  THE PERFECT COMBINATION OF HORSEPOWER AND SOUND
 
 
       This genuine Shelby Cobra has been personally signed and was started by Carroll Shelby in 2003.
It now resides with pride in the Pack Auto Museum.

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