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1966 Shelby Cobra Replica

Highest Bid:
$40,250

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1966 Shelby Cobra Replica

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1966 Shelby Cobra Replica

High Bidder:  Apex_1

Auction Type:  Reserve

Highest Bid: $40,250 (USD)

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$543.78*/month for 96 months at 6.75% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit


Chassis/VIN:

IA044670

Location:

Davenport, Iowa

Odometer:

5,451 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12013822

Engine:

5.7L LT1 V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

Highest Bid: $40,250 (USD)

$543.78*/month for 96 months at 6.75% APR *Financing estimate provided by Woodside Credit

High Bidder:  Apex_1

Auction Type:  Reserve

Ends In:

End Date:

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Chassis/VIN:

IA044670

Location:

Davenport, Iowa

Odometer:

5,451 (Mi)

Lot Number:

12013822

Engine:

5.7L LT1 V8

Seller:

Private Party

Transmission:

Manual

Carfax:

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Vehicle Story

This 1966 Shelby Cobra replica is powered by a Chevrolet LT1 coupled to a Richmond 6-speed manual transmission. Professionally built using an Everett-Morrison kit, the build started in 2004 and was completed by the consignor's brother-in-law in 2012. Then, from 2012 through 2020 the consignor's brother-in-law drove it on the weekends. From October of 2020 until today, the consignor's sister owned it and placed 177 miles on it. Power steering, 4-wheel disc brakes, a heater, cruise control and a cloth convertible top complete with side curtain windows and mounting hardware round out the comfort and convenience features of this build. Approximately 19,000 miles were on the 5.7L LT1 Chevrolet engine when it was lowered into the chassis, and the odometer now reads 5K miles on the completed build. Finished in Black Cherry Red over a black interior, the car is offered with a clear Iowa title that has been in the second owner's name for the past four months.

Said to be an excellent running car. Classic Cobra styling cues include a hood scoop, Cobra emblems on the front and rear, twin roll hoops and lots of chrome trim. The quick jack racing bumpers on the front and rear, headlight trim, side pipes, vents on the front fenders, fuel filler cap, mirrors and roll bars are all finished in chrome. Two white stripes over the Black Cherry Red paint stretch over the entire car. The underside of the hood also has a panel with a mirror-like finish. A rock chip on the passenger side rear fender has been noted by the consignor.

Aftermarket 5-spoke wheels are wrapped in Kumho 275/40ZR17 tires in front and 285/40ZR17 tires in the rear. The front tires are in excellent condition while the rears are nearing replacement. Behind the wheels are disc brakes on all four corners. Side pipes complete the classic Cobra look and sound. 

Inside, the Cobra replica features a 3-spoke steering wheel with leather trim and a Cobra emblem at center, cruise control, and a shifter mounted on the carpeted center console. Bucket seats and the door panels are finished in black leather and each door panel includes a storage pocket.

Instrumentation includes a speedometer and tachometer along with gauges for voltage, fuel level, water temperature, oil pressure, and oil temperature. The engine had 19,000 miles on it when it was installed, and the odometer shows 5K miles on the completed build, 177 of which were added by the consignor's wife in the past four months.

Starting life in a 1995 Chevrolet Corvette, the engine is a Tuned Port Injection 5.7L LT1 V8 generating a reported 300 horsepower and 340 il-ft of torque. That power is delivered to the rear wheels through a Richmond 6-speed manual transmission. A service comprised of an oil and fluid change was completed in October of 2020.

The cars ride is supported by coilovers in the rear. Additional photos of the undercarriage are available in the photo carousel.

 

 

Documentation, invoices, a heavy-duty custom car cover finished in tan, side windows, and mounting hardware are all included with the sale of the car. A walk around video that includes views of the interior is available below.

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September 08, 2021
12:23 PM

BID: $40,250

September 08, 2021
12:21 PM

BID: $39,400

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12:20 PM

BID: $39,100

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12:19 PM

BID: $38,100

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BID: $37,800

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11:56 AM

BID: $36,800

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BID: $36,500

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11:32 AM
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BID: $35,500

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BID: $35,000

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BID: $33,300

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BID: $33,000

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BID: $32,500

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BID: $31,700

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BID: $31,300

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06:36 PM

BID: $31,000

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02:37 PM

BID: $30,500

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BID: $29,000

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BID: $27,500

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BID: $25,000

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BID: $22,500

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