This 1965 Superformance MKIII Cobra re-creation, #1728, is finished in its proper colors of Royal Blue with white stripes and a black interior. It’s powered by a Windsor-based 427ci engine coupled to a Tremec 5-speed manual transmission with an aluminum 28-ounce flywheel and 3.73 rear end. The engine features H-beam rods, gapless piston rings, SRS pistons, hydraulic roller cam, 595/605 lift, and 248/256 duration at .050" with a 110 overlap. Heads are CNC Edelbrock Victor Jr., as is the intake manifold, which has been port-matched and is topped off with a Demon carburetor.
Other engine goodies include an Edelbrock water pump, Manley pushrods, March V-belt pulley set, MSD distributer, 6AL box, Blaster 2 coil and wires, and a Romac harmonic balancer. The engine build was $10,880. This Cobra features the factory-style tilted shifter, polished stainless-steel quick jacks as well as Jet Hot silver-coated side pipes. Other extras include a kill switch, factory Superformance car cover, and aluminum fire extinguisher and mounting bracket. This Cobra obtained a California SB100 registration (no smog required in California), and includes its original Superformance owner’s manual and other original delivery documentation. **TITLED AS A 0000 SPCNS**